Competition is rising as more Oklahoman’s choose to rent instead of buy. This, in turn, is driving up the demand in rental markets – pushing renters to be more strategic in their apartment hunting.
Students want to find the most affordable housing possible. Can we blame them? With tuition, facility fees and books, things can get expensive really quickly. Most colleges and universities require freshmen to live on campus. But, by the end of that first year, many find themselves searching for cheaper living arrangements elsewhere.
As a pet owner, you want to live in a community that treats you and your fur baby like family. However, finding that kind of apartment can be tricky in a larger city. If you’re hunting for a new place and need some advice for making the move as comfortable as possible, our team at Northstar has you covered.
Whether you’re transitioning from on-campus housing or simply looking for an upgrade in space, it can be difficult finding an apartment near OU that strikes the balance between quality and affordability. Apartment hunting can be particularly tricky during the spring and summer months as well — students are returning and the whole town of Norman is reawakening from a sports-free slumber.
If you’re wanting to live in luxury in Tulsa, then look no further than everything Coventry Park has to offer residents. Spend all day shopping at some of the best stores in the state, and enjoy a delicious meal at one of the finest restaurants in the city.
Cascade at Southern Hills is the perfect spot for people looking to experience Tulsa to the fullest whether you are going out, staying local or staying in.