Why Oklahoma?


State of Oklahoma Ranks Top 10 for Lowest Tax Burden
Oklahoma ranks as the 7th-lowest tax burden state in the nation.

Why Tulsa?


An affordable city packed with art, culture, job opportunities and green spaces, Tulsa is an underrated gem.

Vox – Tulsa will pay you to live there. And you’ll love it
“The truth is that Tulsa overall is doing a surprisingly good job of making itself a place where young tech and other knowledge works and their growing families want to be.”

New York Magazine – I brought My New York Friends to Tulsa – My hometown is low-key having a moment

Afar – Why Tulsa, Oklahoma Must Be on Your Must-Visit List

10Best – Enjoy music-centric attractions, Route 66 and global food in Tulsa, Oklahoma

thrillist – This Quirky Midwest City Claims to Be the Center of the Universe

Forbes – Run On The Banks: Cities Growing With Riverfront Development

Everything to Eat, Drink, and See in Tulsa, Oklahoma

Mother Road Market tops USA Today’s Best Food Hall list

Architectural Digest – Tulsa Is in the Midst of a Massive Cultural Renaissance

CNN – Where to travel 2022: The Best Destinations to Visit

Frommer’s names Tulsa a best place to visit in 2022

8 Reasons to Move to Tulsa Right Now – Livability

You Want to Move? Some Cities Will Pay You $10,000 to Relocate

National Geographic Names Tulsa One of its Best Destinations for 2021 for Culture/History

Why Tulsa, Oklahoma, Should Be on Your Must-Visit List

Travel + Leisure Lists Tulsa as a Best Place to Travel in 2021

NPR’s “Journeys of Discovery” with Tom Wilmer
Tulsa’s USA BMX Offers Kids Transformative Life Experiences

Tulsa’s Black Wall Street Massacre & Greenwood Rising Black History Center

Leon Russell’s Legacy Lives on at Tulsa’s Church Studio

Tulsa Drillers – Incubating LA Dodgers MLB players

Tulsa’s rejuvenated culinary scene.
Tulsa is in the throes of a dining renaissance – The Boston Globe
Eat your way through these 5 unexpected US foodie destinations – Lonely Planet

Get in the loop what’s happening in Downtown Tulsa.
In Insider’s Guide to Downtown Tulsa

The 66-acre park, which is open to the public for free, includes playgrounds, gardens, a skate park, a BMX track, a concert venue and a number of restaurants. Tulsa’s The Gathering Place – Time’s Greatest Places 2019

Tulsa Has a Wealth of Art Deco Architecture.
Did You Know That Tulsa Has a Wealth of Art Deco Architecture? – Architectural Digest

Tulsa Inspires a New Way to Imagine.
Visit Tulsa – Tulsa Regional Chamber

Why Oklahoma City?

From housing and culture to education and employment, Oklahoma City has an energy all its own, and there is room for you at the table.
Oklahoma City’s Welcome Guide

Oklahoma City Secures the 16th Spot in Best Places to Live for 2024-2025
This accolade in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of the Best Places to Live reflects its embrace of being a symbol of the Modern Frontier, fostering entrepreneurship, and deeply honoring its Western and Native cultural roots, showcasing a commitment to progress.

Oklahoma City is a thriving metropolis with a low cost of living, short commute times, big-league quality of life and a diversified economy.
Greater Oklahoma City Chamber’s Relocation Site

We’re not just saying it’s cost-effective to move to OKC; outside economic researchers prove it:
Oklahoma City Cost of Living Calculator

OKC Named Among ‘Underappreciated American Cities You Should Totally Move To’
Thrillist’s recent piece highlighted a number of cities that offer “comfort, culture, or verve” but “minus the wall-to-wall people, soul-sucking traffic jams, and wallet-draining cost of living.”

Oklahoma City Named the Best-Run Top 50 City in America
Oklahoma City was ranked 11th overall. WalletHub compared the nation’s 149 largest cities in six categories.

Portlandia on the Great Plains? Not just yet—but it feels like it could happen.
We Can’t Believe How Cool Oklahoma City is Being Right Now – Food and Wine

Nonesuch Voted America’s Best New Restaurant in 2019 by Bon Appétit
How did a 22-seat tasting-menu spot from three unknown chefs become America’s best new restaurant?

Oklahoma City’s $45.2 million whitewater rafting and kayaking center. Named a U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site by the U.S. Olympic Committee, the OKC Boathouse Foundation offers one of only a few training sites across the nation to earn this prestigious designation.
River Sports Rapids