How Much Does it Cost to Live in Tulsa?

August 25, 2016

Cost_of_Linving_Tulsa.jpgWith all the uncertainty that typically comes with moving to a new city, it can be comforting to know your new city has a high quality of living. Tulsa, however, offers the rare combination of high quality and low cost. Let’s take a look at how the city compares to the rest of the nation:

Cost of Living in Tulsa

The cost of living for Tulsa is significantly lower than the national average, according to Sperling's Best Places. On a scale of 100, with a score below 100 indicating a lower cost of living, Tulsa received an 84.6, placing it below the national average cost of living. Perhaps the most attractive feature of Tulsa is its score of 55 for housing, which makes it one of the most affordable housing markets nationwide.

While Tulsa’s cost of living is much lower than the national average, the county per capita income is above the national average, so it's no wonder that so many professionals and families decide to relocate to this prime area.

Quality of Living in Tulsa

Tulsa is a beautiful and diverse city, offering an ample job market and affordable city amenities. This has earned the city an A+ rating for quality of life, according to Areavibes, which means the city is “extremely livable.”

Recently the Partners for Livable Communities voted Tulsa as one of America's Most Livable Communities, which was based on Tulsa's low cost of living, family-friendly culture, vibrant arts community and outstanding outdoor attractions.

Have you thought about touring our Springs at Woodlands South apartment community to see how you can enjoy the benefits of luxury apartment living at an affordable price.? Set up an in-person tour or take advantage of a live online tour with a member of our friendly leasing team!

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