Real Estate Tips:
Investing in real estate is one way to earn a return on your money as long as you choose your property wisely and purchase at a fair price. You can purchase a home and sell it when it increases in value. You can also purchase rental properties that provide you with an income, although you must deal with the headaches of being a landlord. Investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another way to invest in real estate without having to actually own a physical property. Investing in real estate is one way to earn a return on your money as long as you choose your property wisely and purchase at a fair price. You can purchase a home and sell it when it increases in value. You can also purchase rental properties that provide you with an income, although you must deal with the headaches of being a landlord. Investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another way to invest in real estate without having to actually own a physical property.
3 Popular Attractions In Oklahoma
- Tulsa Performing Arts Center: Theater in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- Gilcrease Museum: Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- Vinita is the oldest incorporated town on Oklahoma Route 66 being established in 1871. Vinita was the first town in Oklahoma to enjoy electricity. Originally named Downingville. The towns name was later changed to Vinita, in honor of Vinnie Ream, the sculptress who created the life-size statue of Lincoln at the United States Capitol.
- Oklahoma has the largest Native American population of any state in the U.S. Many of the 250,000 American Indians living in Oklahoma are descended from the 67 tribes who inhabited the Indian Territory. Oklahoma is tribal headquarters for 39 tribes.
- About 60 percent of surface water is used for drinking water.
- By August 1890, the Republicans and Democrats in the Legislature were squabbling over sites for the university, schools and the capital. Steele resigned.
- Oklahoma's growing season ranges from 168 days in the Panhandle to 240 days along the Red River.
|State of Oklahoma|
Labor omnia vincit
(English: Work conquers all)
|Anthem: “Oklahoma” and
|Admitted to the Union||November 16, 1907 (46th)|
|Largest metro and urban areas||Greater Oklahoma City|
|•Governor||Kevin Stitt (R)|
|•Lieutenant Governor||Matt Pinnell (R)|
|•Lower house||House of Representatives|
|Judiciary||Oklahoma Supreme Court|
|U.S. House delegation||5 Republicans (list)|
|•Water||1,304sqmi (3,377km2) 1.9%|
|•Median household income||$50,051|
|•Official language||English, Choctaw, Cherokee[a]|
|entire state (legally)||UTC−06:00 (Central)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−05:00 (CDT)|
|Kenton (informally)||UTC−07:00 (Mountain)|
|•Summer (DST)||UTC−06:00 (MDT)|
|ISO 3166 code||US-OK|
|Latitude||33°37′ N to 37° N|
|Longitude||94° 26′ W to 103° W|
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Tulsa is a city on the Arkansas River, in the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It’s known for its art deco architecture, mostly in the central Deco District. Landmarks like the Philcade and Philtower buildings reflect a 20th-century construction boom fueled by the prosperous local oil industry. The Philbrook Museum of Art is housed in an Italianate villa that was once the home of a local oil magnate.
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