People are relocating to Tulsa. Why Tulsa? Maybe it's to see me...Or maybe the area has a lot to offer. When I talk to people moving into the area, they usually have a stereotype of rustic western town with rolling tumble weeds. It's simply not the case. This is an active community with rolling green hills and many things to do. Let me give you a statistic before letting you know what to do in Tulsa.
Tulsa and surrounding cities have continuously been voted in the top places to live and Tulsa home for sale show this confidence. While the number of Tulsa homes sales are down from 2009 to 2010 the average home Sales Price increased to $159,695 from $155,275 in November 2009 to November 2010.
This is exciting. That means that you can purchase a home and feel comfortable about its retained Home Value.
Relocating to any community to be very stressful. The last thing you want to do is make the wrong move. Davenport Company can arrange everything to make the transition smooth.
I always return calls within 1 hour. 918-340-0010
We also provide No Cost Relocation packages for company's bringing employees to the area. For more information please call.
Things I like TO Do in Tulsa
Walk, Bike and Run
I like to be active and have the option to get out and ride my without worry about getting hit by a car. Tulsa's paved trail system is fantastic. It almost circles the city. There are playground's stationed around the riverwalk's to take the kids and hang out by the river to get some exercise. It's a nice system and resently redone.
I want to Eat
Tulsa, Broken Arrow and Jenks have great restaurants. Some of my favorite that are unique to Tulsa area (Not Chains):
In the Raw- Has the best rolls and atmosphere.
Fuji- Has the best sushi, but the atmosphere is kind of dull.
Elmers- It Be Bad is the name on the sign. I'm assuming this was created in the 80's. Ask for the Badwhich.
Mahogony- I have been a lot of places around the world and this is still the best steak in the country. The ribeye and bone-in filet are awesome.
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