Oklahoma City has it all! The 1.3 million people who live in the OKC metro area enjoy one of the lowest cost of living ratings in the nation. The oil industry, federal government workers, and the livestock industry and many more supply a solid economic base where only a small percentage of citizens are unemployed. Interstates 35 and 40 intersect in the center of the city, and Will Rogers Airport provides direct flights to 22 cities in the United States. The city’s urban energy and western heritage combine to make OKC an exciting place to live with something for everybody!
Oklahoma City boasts a strong sense of community with friendly people. We are a smaller city with a big city atmosphere. The city offers sporting events ranging from the NBA Thunder to rowing, sailing, biking, running, canoeing, fishing, baseball, golf, horse shows, race tracks and hockey. Teams from the nearby University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State also draw large crowds
Downtown OKC has many attractions. Bricktown, a restored historic warehouse area, is a vibrant entertainment area showcasing a ballpark, canal, numerous restaurants, and monuments. A short distance away is the arts area which includes the Myriad Gardens, the Civic Center Music Hall, Cox Convention Center and the Chesapeake Energy Arena. Museums, a zoo, festivals, concerts, art shows, and memorials also extend a wide variety of year around entertainment .
The real estate market furnishes a wide variety of options to the homebuyer. We are familiar with all that the metropolitan area has to offer and are committed to finding the perfect fit for you. Allow us to sit down with you so that we might refine your needs and provide you with an array of possibilities for your new home in our community. We are looking forward to serving you and are confident that we have what it takes to make sure that you achieve your goals. Welcome home to Oklahoma City!