Many of us in Tulsa , Oklahoma have been worried about the slumping national economy and tightening credit. But from the looks of it, Tulsa is doing quite well in the commercial real estate market.
Over the past year, more than 575,000 square feet of office space has been absorbed by commercial renters. Another 2.25 million square feet of industrial space was also absorbed this past year. Unlike the residential real estate market, commercial properties have seen less than 1% of default properties.
Tulsa is located in the northeastern section of Oklahoma . It's surrounded by wooded terrain and rolling green hills, making it one of the most beautiful places to live. Tulsa sits along Interstate 44 & 244 for added convenience. The area also has a pleasant climate making it even more perfect.
Tulsa's current economy is primarily made up of telecommunications, energy, manufacturing, aerospace, and transportation. Tulsa is also surrounded by several other great communities that would be ideal areas to start a business and raise a family.