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Part Cowboy, part Native American, and part Southern Belle. That’s Oklahoma. Start your search for one of Oklahoma’s 800 plus senior living options with Senior Living. We are an unbiased comprehensive database of the state’s retirement communities where you’ll find reviews from residents, pictures of facilities and informational articles.
Good news for seniors: As of 2009 Oklahoma had the lowest cost of living in the country. Combine that with a lower than average state and local tax burden—8.9%—and The Sooner State becomes an attractive economic option. Even in the three largest cities—Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and Norman—the cost of housing is low compared to the U.S. average. The median value of homes according to city-data.com is as follows: Oklahoma City $126,100; Norman $153,900; Tulsa $117,100.
Because Oklahoma starts in the South and spans into the West, there are two climates. The eastern portion is more humid in the summer and receives more rain. In the west, particularly on the panhandle, the summers are drier and the winters see some snow. Normal January highs for Oklahoma City are 47 degrees; normal July highs are 93 degrees. Because of its location Oklahoma has elements from the South, Southwest and Great Plains making it a cultural melting pot with plenty of activities. In Tulsa, there’s the Tulsa Ballet, Oktoberfest, Philbrook Museum, and Tulsa State Fair. Bartlesville has the Oklahoma Mozart Festival. Oklahoma City has the Museum of Art and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.
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