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Old 12-21-2022, 08:36 AM
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There are three jewish synagogues in that area around whole foods and nichols hills so that wouldn't be an issue for you.

Look in the Paseo Arts district/Uptown NW23rd for an apartment.
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Old 02-14-2024, 06:09 PM
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Currently for the past 7 years I have lived in seattle. Unfortunately seattle is becoming a very very expensive place to live. My 618 sqaure foot 1 bedroom apartment is increasing in rent from $1250 per month to $1700 a month. Unfortunately I can't afford the new rent. Every other 1 bedroom apartment in my nieghborhood is asking $2100 a month or more.

My $1700 rent in seattle doesn't include parking or water or electricity.

My parents who live in California pay my seattle rent. In seattle im struggling to find a job and can't even get a job at McDonald's.

Even though I'm not sure I'm considering moving to the okc area to get a cheaper apartment.

About me

Im a 41 year old single straight male. My education is a BA degree from California state university northridge. I drive and own a car.
My ethnicity is Caucasian white
I have a disability called aspergers/autism

Im also jewish.

I grew up in the los angeles area of California

How much would a 1 bedroom apartment with a washer and dryer run per month in a good area of okc??

The area of okc that seems to interest me is near the whole foods and sprouts on may avenue.

Is it easy to make friends in okc?? What's the job market like??

Another reason I have thought of leaving seattle is because seattle has high crime now.

I voted for trump in 2020.

Im not a Democrat at all.

Okc also has will rogers airport served by southwest airlines. If I moved to okc I could fly to visit my parents on southwest to burbank airport.

One concern about okc is it's a small city with not as much to offer as seattle or Los Angeles.

What are okc winters or summers like??
How did things turn out for you? Did you move to Oklahoma, or stay put? I think if you did move there you might find it a pleasant place to live, especially if you can hook into a community such as a synagogue.

I grew up there (Nichols Hills) and still have fond memories of the place, although my parents have since passed away & siblings have all moved away from the city.
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