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Nestled in northeastern Oklahoma in the region called the "Green Country," Tulsa is the second-largest city in the state (behind the capital, Oklahoma City) and is the 45th largest city in the U.S. The city, with its population of nearly 400,000, sits along fabled Route 66. In fact, one of Tulsa's nicknames is the "birthplace of Route 66" because Cyrus Avery, the businessman who is known as the Father of Route 66, lived in Tulsa when he began his campaign to establish the road that would link California to Chicago.
Learn About Tableau Considering a move to a larger apartment? Wondering if you can afford a second bedroom? We wondered the same thing and decided to look at our data to see what metro areas had the biggest percentage rent increase from one bedroom to two bedrooms. For March 2014 in metros with at least […]
It’s the kind of cliche that exists for a reason: are you already planning to do a better job following a budget in the New Year? If your credit card bills are telling you that you overspent during the holidays, take a look at our tips for getting – and staying! – financially fit in […]
At Apartment Guide, we strive to help renters find the perfect apartment to fit their needs. Find your perfect apartment now! Besides having all the amenities you prefer, we know you want to locate a place that costs less, too. As you plan your summer move, we’ve identified the top cities where you can have […]
The summer season is in full swing, and in many cities around the country, this means hot weather. REALLY hot. Find your perfect apartment now! In fact, last July was the hottest month on record since 1895, according to NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. We at Apartment Guide want to help you beat […]
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Whether you have school-aged kids or are planning to start a family, school rankings is probably high on your priority list when relocating. But not all cities or towns with great schools come with a hefty price tag. Additionally, these towns with a lower cost of living and nationally-ranked schools have lots of activities to […]