Learn more about homes in Oklahoma City, OK

Welcome to Oklahoma City, OK

The largest city and capital of the Sooner state, Oklahoma City was established April 22, 1889 by over 10,000 adventurous participants in our country’s first Land Run. It is now a thriving, diverse southwestern city of over 1,200,000 residents in the metropolitan area. In 2008 Forbes magazine described Oklahoma City as “the nation’s most recession proof” city based on its low unemployment and industry growth rates. The area also has a national reputation for affordability as the cost of living statistics and housing index values show rates considerably below the national average.

Oil and natural gas production continue to be mainstays for the Oklahoma City economy. Its economic base has broadened to include aerospace and aviation, bioscience, health and service industries, and manufacturing. Major employers include Devon and Chesapeake energy companies, INTEGRIS Health, Dell, Tinker Air Force Base, Boeing, OU Health Sciences Center, Xerox, and United Parcel Service.

Oklahoma City area housing is not only very affordable but also diverse. From high rise inner-city lofts to suburban homes on spacious acreages, there are communities and neighborhoods to suit a wide variety of housing needs. Newly constructed homes are plentiful in suburban areas as well as charming older historical neighborhoods. While other parts of the country have experienced depreciating home values in 2009, the Oklahoma City real estate market remains steady.

Several Oklahoma City secondary schools have received national recognition and the area is home to 16 public and private colleges and universities including the state’s largest comprehensive universities Oklahoma State University and Oklahoma University.

A number of Oklahoma City areas feature arts and entertainment from theater to ballet. Numerous museums, national sporting events, the downtown Bricktown area, scenic Lake Hefner, multiple cultural opportunities, and a mild climate make Oklahoma City a great place to live and raise a family.

Oklahoma City Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 86 homes for sale in Oklahoma City, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
85% Single Family, 13% Land/lot and 2% Other.

85% Single Family
13% Land/lot
2% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 86
Average Home Size 3,349 ft² / 311 m²
Price Range ($9,000 - $3,895,000)

Weather in Oklahoma City

The average high temperatures in Oklahoma City range from 49 in January to 94 in July

Average home income in Oklahoma City

The average household income of a Oklahoma City resident is $63,707 with an average home value of $128,668

Population of Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City has 658,017 residents.

Home ownership in Oklahoma City

The average level of home ownership in Oklahoma City is 58%.

Education breakdown of Oklahoma City

Education levels of residents of Oklahoma City include: highschool 28%, associate 6%, bachelor 16%, graduate 8%.

Households in Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City has 264,314 homes, built on average 48 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 86 homes for sale in Oklahoma City. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot and Other. The average list price of these property results is 616,691. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Oklahoma City please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 86 homes for sale in Oklahoma City, OK are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Oklahoma City area. Member brokerages representing the 86 homes include Churchill-Brown & Associates and Crossland Real Estate.