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Where available in Oklahoma, we give you access to the local MLS (Multiple Listing Service) which is the most complete source for homes for sale listings.

Major Oklahoma Metro Areas

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Ada Area McAlester Area
Altus Area Miami Area
Ardmore Area Muskogee Area
Bartlesville Area Oklahoma City Area
Duncan Area Ponca City Area
Durant Area Shawnee Area
Elk City Area Stillwater Area
Enid Area Tahlequah Area
Fort Smith Area Tulsa Area
Guymon Area Woodward Area
Lawton Area  

Other Oklahoma Cities

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Albion Grandfield Pond Creek
Anadarko Granite Pryor
Antlers Grove Randlett
Apache Hastings Rattan
Atoka Hennessey Ringling
Big Cabin Hobart Salina
Billings Holdenville Sasakwa
Boswell Hugo Seminole
Broken Bow Hydro Sentinel
Burns Flat Jay Snow
Butler Kansas Soper
Calvin Kenefic Spavinaw
Canute Keota Stigler
Cashion Ketchum Stilwell
Cement Kingfisher Sulphur
Checotah Kingston Tupelo
Chouteau Lane Turpin
Clayton Langley Tuskahoma
Coalgate Laverne Valliant
Colcord Lindsay Vinita
Coleman Locust Grove Walters
Cordell Loyal Watonga
Custer City Mangum Watts
Davis Mannsville Waurika
Deer Creek Maysville Weatherford
Devol Mccurtain Welch
Dover Milburn Westville
Dustin Nowata Wetumka
Elmore City Oaks Wewoka
Eucha Okemah Wilburton
Eufaula Paden Willow
Fort Cobb Paoli Wynnewood
Fort Towson Pauls Valley  
Geary Perry  

Oklahoma Quick Statistics
Population: 3,617,320
Largest Oklahoma Cities:
Oklahoma City (Capital): 547,280
Tulsa: 384,040
Norman: 102,830
Notable Areas:
Oklahoma City
The capital and largest city in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City’s estimated population is of 1,206,150 in its metropolitan area. The city features one of the top livestock market in the world. Oil is a major product in this city who has varied light and heavy industries.
The second largest city in Oklahoma, Tulsa was first settled in the 1830s by the Creek Native American tribe. Tulsa has been nicknamed “Oil Capital of the World” and became the birth place of U.S Route 66 and the home of Western music. The city’s economy relies mostly in the energy, finance, aviation, telecommunications and technology sectors.
The largest city in the county seat of Cleveland County, Norman is part of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area, being located only 20 miles south of the capital. Norman is the employment center of Cleveland County.
Oklahoma Real Estate Market Snapshot
Housing Units (2007): 1,623,010
Households (2000): 1,342,293
Home Ownership Rate (2000): 68.4%
Average OK Home Sales Price: $207,860
OK Income (2007)
Median Household: $41,551
Median Family: $53,138
University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University: The largest public institutions in the state, they operate through one primary campus and satellite campuses throughout the state.
 Other Notable Universities: University of Tulsa, Northeastern State University
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