What you need to know about Tulsa, OK

Nicknamed “Oil Capital of the World,” the economy of Tulsa is strong in energy along with aviation, finance, technology and telecommunications. Shipping companies are served by the inland Tulsa Port of Catoosa on the Arkansas River, while higher education choices include Oral Roberts University and the University of Tulsa. Residents and tourists can enjoy the Ozark Mountains, cultural attractions, 135 parks and multiple examples of art deco architecture.

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Homes Owned 52.93%
52.93% Complete
Homes Rented 47.07%
47.07% Complete

Real Estate

In Tulsa, Oklahoma

Ready to move to Tulsa? There are a variety of housing options in the area. Click below to learn about the recent trends, average home values and even a few current real estate listings in Tulsa.

Median Home Price

Higher than the state average


In Tulsa, Oklahoma

The quality of a school district is often a top factor for parents considering where to live. Strong school systems attract new residents and help their cities prosper. See how Tulsa rates.

Median Household Income

Lower than the national average


In Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Most residents are
5-17 Years old


In Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Bachelor’s Degree 30%
30% Complete
Graduated High School 87%
87% Complete

Tulsa, OK's Livability Rankings

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