Houses for Rent in Oklahoma City, OK (76)

       
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3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom, close to Douglas Park and Historic Crown Heights.

435 NW 45th

Oklahoma City, OK 73118
$1,200/mo

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3 Bed/1.5 Bath - House for Rent - $1200

4120 NW 44th St

Oklahoma City, OK 73112
$1,200/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath - House for Rent - $1695

6901 Reed Drive

Oklahoma City, OK 73116
$1,695/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - House for Rent - $1295

2443 NW 12th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73107
$1,295/mo

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3 Bed/2.5 Bath - House for Rent - $1100

2221 NW 117th Street

Oklahoma City, OK 73120
$1,100/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath - House for Rent - $1500

8205 NW 83rd Terrace

Oklahoma City, OK 73132
$1,500/mo

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3 Bed/2 Bath - House for Rent - $1395

8517 Arlington Drive

Oklahoma City, OK 73132
$1,395/mo

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3 Bed/1.5 Bath - House for Rent - $950

7625 S Sherwood Avenue

Oklahoma City, OK 73159
$950/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - House for Rent - $650

6060 Northwest Expressway Unit D

Oklahoma City, OK 73132
$650/mo

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2 Bed/2 Bath House for Rent $995

414 Vail Cir

Oklahoma City, OK 73114
$995/mo

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If you are someone who is invested in making sure that your next move is your last one, there are plenty of reasons for moving to Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City is a place of vast growth and expansion, and if you are interested in a city that is on its way up, this might be the choice for you. Take a moment to think about what renting a house in this area might be like for you, and what you need to make sure that you have covered before you pull up your roots and head for this interesting, engaging city.

The first thing that you should consider is that this city is considered to be humid during the Summer months. That means that you will be dealing with temperatures that on average quite moderate. This means that the house that you rent should be be very well-sealed and situated to deal with all kinds of weather. One important thing for you to keep in mind is that from March through June, you will be dealing with a city that has a very prominent history of severe storms. Oklahoma City is known for being hit by seasonal storms and tornadoes, so make sure that the house you move into has a basement or a storm shelter.

When you are thinking about a move to Oklahoma City, make sure that you consider what neighborhoods you are most attracted to. As mentioned above, Oklahoma City is a place where you will find yourself surrounded by growth, and no where is this more evident than in the downtown area. Downtown Oklahoma City has received an enormous boom in terms of construction and renovation, and this has made it a wonderful place to live. On the other hand, if you are looking for something that is a lot more sedate, you may wish to move to the suburb of Edmond, which is a thriving and desired community, especially for people who are looking to rent houses and start families.

Are you someone who is invested in starting a new life in Oklahoma City? Be sure that you visit it before you make a final decision. The best way to figure out if a rental home in Oklahoma City is for you is to visit and to get to know the neighborhoods that you are considering. Get to know them both at night and during the day, and you will end up being much more comfortable when you move in. This can make a huge difference to your decision.

Take a moment to think about what you love about Oklahoma City and why you want to live there. The more research that you can put into your decision, the more you will love your new house rental!