If you’ve recently moved to OKC from a state like California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire (or as it turns out, really anywhere else), you’ve likely noticed a pleasant surprise insofar as what’s (not) in your electric bill.
Did you know that there are more existing drivable miles of Route 66 in Oklahoma than in any other state?
Capitol Hill can be found south of downtown OKC and features a unique history.
A fanciful, slightly irreverent but not offensive (and frankly, none-too-clever) title for an article dealing with a live music preview
We’ve talked about it before: live music in OKC is truly in one heck of a renaissance period.
If you have visited the home of this blog, www.abetterlifeokc.com, lately you might have noticed things look a little different. Actually they look a lot different.
A diverse economy combined with one of the lowest unemployment rates in the U.S. means Oklahoma City has the No. 1 item relocators are looking for, which is jobs.
We like to say Oklahoma City is remains one of the few major metros in the U.S. where you can still afford to live.
Oklahoma City has some of the lowest commute times in the country among major metros. Combine that fact with our affordable, stable housing market to give you more choices in terms of where you buy your next residence.