Tulsa Real Estate
Tulsa real estate comes an assortment of styles and locations. Many of these places are near economic opportunities. Let's spend a few moments and explore Tulsa real estate and learn more about the local economy.
Tulsa Real Estate: Close to Avenues of Opportunity
Tulsa real estate might be in the wilds of nature or steps from the city center. No matter where you may live though, you'll find there is an economic diversity here. Although the oil industry has been historically the largest contributor to employment in Tulsa, there's also sectors in aerospace, technology, finance, telecommunications and manufacturing, to name a few.
The Tulsa International Airport and the Tulsa Port Catoosa, are some of the largest employers and hosts of extensive industrial parks. Tulsa is also home to several corporations like the BOK Financial Corporation, the QuikTrip convenience store chain, Dollar-Thrift’s car rental and Mazzio's, a semi-national pizza chain. Still, oil is dominant here and many international companies have headquarters in Tulsa, including Williams Companies, SemGroup, Syntroleum, ONEOK, Samson and Excel Energy. That means when you buy Tulsa real estate, chances are you'll also find the opportunity for employment.
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Brian Pingleton of Keller Williams Realty
Alice Slemp-Owens of Coldwell Banker Select
Sue Blair of Chinowth & Cohen, REALTORS
Scott Matejec of Keller Williams Realty
Susan Olivarez of Keller Williams Realty
David McAuliff of Prudential/Detrick Realty
Janis Noulles of Noulles-Keele & Associates
Laura Allman of Coldwell Banker Select