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Places With The Best Housing In Oklahoma 2018

Nearby Areas With A High Livability Score87
  • Edmond, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 88,342
  • Edmond is a former bedroom community that has doubled its population since the mid-eighties. The population growth is strongly encouraged by government, education and service leadership because of the
76
  • Jenks, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 19,852
81
  • Bixby, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 23,956
  • A sprawling town with an old center. It's somewhat crumbling, but better than poor Muskogee. I'd like to find tennis courts here. I've lived in many towns (and cities), but never in one where the courts
82
  • Piedmont, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,779
77
  • Tuttle, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,576
78
  • Newcastle, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,030
78
  • Blanchard, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 8,267
80
  • Choctaw, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,989
77
  • Broken Arrow, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 104,869
  • As a professional rodeo cowboy I have traveled from coast to coast and there are many states that I have great affinities for. Montana, Wyoming, Colorado and Arizona are several of my favorites for their
83
  • Owasso, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 33,598
  • Bigger is not always better. Owasso is the fastest growing city in Oklahoma. Goodbye peace & quiet. Has engineers with small brains. Too modernized.
80
  • Norman, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 118,974
  • I have never visited Oklahoma before which is why I was unsure what to expect in late 2009 when my wife and I went to visit friends in Norman, OK. Luckily we left with an outstanding first impression of
79
  • Elk City, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 12,426
82
  • Mustang, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 19,637
76
  • Harrah, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,714
80
  • Weatherford, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,856
72
  • Oklahoma City, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 620,015
  • I've lived in Oklahoma City for nearly 20 years, and when most people hear the name "Oklahoma", they think of dull, rural farmland with little to do and sparse options when it comes to entertainment and
75
  • Yukon, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 25,293
  • I have been living in Yukon for 7 years now, and used to live in Maryland. I am 37 years old. Married. Came here because of the Military. Pros: 1. Low cost of living. One can buy a nice house here for
72
  • Glenpool, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 12,351
70
  • Grove, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,724
80
  • Moore, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 59,501
  • I have lived in Moore, Oklahoma for the past nine years. During that time, I've come to truly love this small suburb that is just outside of Oklahoma City. It is definitely close enough to the city that
72
  • Collinsville, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,293
  • Most of the people are pleasant enough, but the city government and police have this mentality that they are Gods. You will be harassed and screwed for absolutely no reason. Don't believe me. Go ahead
69
  • Coweta, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,572
68
  • Purcell, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,349
76
  • Woodward, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 12,693
74
  • Sand Springs, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 19,509
64
  • Tulsa, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 399,906
  • Never ever move to Tulsa. Tulsa has the rudest most obnoxious people anywhere you go here. I can't wait to move out of state. Tulsa is a
72
  • Bartlesville, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 36,499
72
  • Noble, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 6,664
71
  • Lone Grove, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,197
78
  • The Village, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,310
80
  • Guymon, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,934
76
  • Skiatook, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,958
75
  • Bethany, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 19,582
77
  • Stillwater, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 48,104
  • I've lived in Stillwater for about 5 years now. It is a college town, but definitely not what you'd expect from a college town. The area around the college is pretty dull, mostly all of the restaurants
61
  • Catoosa, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 7,487
79
  • Clinton, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,436
69
  • Guthrie, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 11,063
78
  • Claremore, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 18,999
72
  • Warr Acres, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 10,374
74
  • Sapulpa, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 20,546
76
  • Enid, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 50,891
  • My family has lived in Encid for most of my life. I love the small home town feel, the nostalgia of an old city, the old homes, the beautiful flowers and the care that people take of their homes. The
67
  • Ardmore, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 25,027
75
  • McAlester, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 18,255
71
  • Lawton, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 96,728
  • I've lived here for a year. I hate it so much. I don't feel safe. We are moving in February back up north. Thank
74
  • Midwest City, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 56,930
  • If you're looking for a city to live in that has all the seasons in one state, then Midwest City, OK is for you! I have lived in Midwest City, OK for about ten years and I have loved every minute of it.
73
  • Tahlequah, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 16,478
  • I lived in Tahlequah from a young age till I was about 20 when I married and moved away with my husband. From the outside Tahlequah is a cute small town. There aren't a lot of things to do, but it is
63
  • Pryor Creek, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 9,484
71
  • El Reno, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 18,170
67
  • Duncan, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 23,240
80
  • Alva, OK
  • (City)
  • Population: 5,070

Housing is one of the most important factors when deciding where to live in Oklahoma. Housing prices continue to rise, but there are still some deals to be had. When searching for a new home, you want to ensure that home prices in that area are appreciating, but you also need to ensure that the home prices will fit within you budget. AreaVibes used science and data to create a list of the best cities in Oklahoma to buy a new home with a population over 5,000 people.

The cities listed above have been chosen as the best places to buy a new home in Oklahoma as they have seen high appreciation rates combined with a solid income to home price affordability ratio. High appreciation rates are a good indicator that the home will continue to increase in value, while the affordability ratio ensure that homes in that area are affordable based on the median household income to home price ratio.

To further narrow your search results for the best places to purchase a new home in Oklahoma, you can use the filters. Start by selecting cities and/or neighborhoods, city size based on population, categories (amenities, crime, cost of living, education, employment and weather) as well as home/rent prices to ensure that the cities fall within your budget.