Whether you’re visiting OKC for the first time or it’s a regular stop on your travel itinerary, there are endless opportunities for tourists and locals alike. Oklahoma City is quickly becoming a top art, culture, and dining destination in the U.S. In fact, it recently earned a spot on Travel & Leisure’s Best Places to Travel list. Ready to explore this gem of a city? Here are some ideas to get started.
Whether you’re a recent college grad or looking to make a career pivot, there’s a reason people from both coasts are relocating to OKC: in addition to being the best place for buyers to become renters, Oklahoma City is a great place to enter the workforce. Here are the top 5 reasons to choose OKC to launch your career.
Choosing a home can be a daunting challenge. Countless details factor into the decision — how many bedrooms will you need? How quiet or lively is your neighborhood? What’s the quality of the local school district? The last question may not be top-of-mind if you don’t have kids, but whether or not you have children, schools matter. No matter your family situation, a neighborhood’s school district should still factor into your home buying decision.
It’s not always easy for military service members to make the transition from active duty to civilian life. Part of that challenge is finding affordable, veteran-friendly places to put down roots after serving. While some prefer to stay close to the bases where they were assigned, others will venture out in search of new beginnings.
On Saturday, October 24, the TimberCraft team held a special Grand Opening VIP Preview event at the site of our newest community, Highland Pointe. This was the public’s first opportunity to view the Highland Pointe site plan — and maybe even claim the land for their future dream home.
Over the last decade, many young professionals who have found success in coastal cities like San Francisco, Seattle, and New York have made the move to America’s heartland and landed in Oklahoma City. During that time, OKC’s population has grown twice as fast as the national average. For prospective homebuyers, this city has the winning combination of more space, less crowding, and a lower cost of living.