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New Home CommunitiesNorman
Just 20 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City, Norman has over 110,000 residents and is home to the prestigious University of Oklahoma. Many aspects of the town encourage residents to plant roots there, including the low cost of living, central location with easy commute access, more than 50 community parks and endless options for entertainment. Whether you’re catching a Sooners football game, visiting an art or natural history museum, enjoying a meal at a local restaurant or attending a cultural festival, you’re bound to find fun activities that everyone in the family can enjoy. Lucky for working professionals living in Norman, you won’t even have to drive to the city for a fulfilling career—the economy thrives in town, and there are many employment opportunities through the university, The National Weather Center, energy ventures, health centers, technology providers and more. With the third-largest population in the state, homeowners can enjoy lively neighborhoods with a close-knit community feel. Top-notch public schools seal the deal on making Norman a great place for families to settle down and buy the home of their dreams.