Oklahoma relocation resources
Take a look at our informative guide to Oklahoma moving and relocation. You will find state information, moving companies, Realtors, school information, motor vehicle, and drivers license information to get your license changed.
"Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweeping down the plain", So goes the refrain from the Rogers and Hammerstein's classic about the Sooner State. Oklahoma produces food and fuel for the rest of the country and has had its ups and downs as the price of oil changed. Tulsa is the state's second biggest city, after the capital Oklahoma City. Tulsa is home to many oil and natural gas companies and has been ranked by Forbes as in the Top 50 cities to do business in. Vanguard Group, home of many popular mutual funds, is headquartered there along with many regional offices of Fortune 500 companies. Oklahoma has the most diverse ecology of any state in the nation, consequently recreation and outdoor activities are everywhere. Rivers, streams, hunting, camping, fishing, skydiving, you name it you can find it here. Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Seminole, Seneca Indians and more all have reservations in Oklahoma. Oklahoma has one of the largest Native American Populations in the country.
The State of Oklahoma website offers information to new residents and businesses. Everyone should take advantage of the state's guides to industry, legal matters, residency, social programs and more.
Basics to start with:
Don't forget to have your mail forwarded and submit a change of address with the post office. The United postal service allows you to change your address online. It is easy to use and helps make sure no mail gets lost in the transition.
Use a professional, bonded and insured moving company to help you negotiate this stressful time of relocating to Oklahoma. Vanlines.com has done a great job at finding a company easy. They have put a list of moving companies in Oklahoma allowing you to get a free quote.
The state of Oklahoma Department of Safety has made learning the requirements and changing your license easy.
Here is a resource where you can view all the cities of Oklahoma real estate online making it easy to make an informed decision.
Being able to compare schools in Oklahoma and class room sizes really matter when you are a parent. Great Schools.net shows parents the information that they need to choose the right school in the right neighborhood so that their kids get a great education.
Oklahoma Home Price Appreciation (Average Annual Rate)
Oklahoma Vs. National Average
1 Year Oklahoma 6.9% National Average 8.6%
3 Years Oklahoma 5.4% National Average 7.4%
5 Years Oklahoma 4.8% National Average 6.1%
10 Years Oklahoma 4.3% National Average 4.3%
10 Largest Cities in Oklahoma:
1. Oklahoma City 506,132
2. Tulsa 393,049
3. Norman 95,694
4. Lawton 92,757
5. Broken Arrow 74,859
6. Edmond 68,315
7. Midwest City 54,088
8. Enid 47,045
9. Moore 41,138
10. Stillwater 39,065