Homes for sale in Norman OK & Real Estate

Norman OK Real Estate Facts

October 25, 2020
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Average Price Per Home By City

Moore OK Homes for sale $285,000
Yukon OK Homes for sale $202,450
Edmond OK Homes for sale $365,000
Mustang OK Homes for sale $276,500
Norman OK Homes for sale $279,000

Population of Norman Oklahoma

Norman is one of the staple communities in Oklahoma for many reasons. It is conveniently located near I-35 with easy access to the city and the University of Oklahoma. It has many major retail locations within its limits for convenience. The school system is repeatedly one of the highest-ranked schools in the area. All of this makes it a great place to call home. 


Living In

Norman Oklahoma

Best way to get around Norman OK?

The city is very car-friendly and is actively working to make the community bike-friendly ass well. Norman isn't convenient for walking so having a car is a must when running errands.

Is Norman, OK bike-friendly?

The city reached a bronze status for bike-friendliness in 2011, with platinum being the highest award. Norman is actively looking to increase its rating by providing a safer environment for cyclists around.

What's it like living in Norman, OK?

Norman is a city in Oklahoma with a population of 122,843 according to the United States Census Bureau. Norman is located in the Cleaveland County and is one of the best places to live in Oklahoma. The city has many restaurants and parks making it very family-friendly.

What's the most popular type of property in Norman, OK?

The majority of homes in Norman are single-family, 2-3 bedroom homes. The median year of when these houses were built is 1987.