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Old 01-30-2009, 12:42 PM
 
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Moving to to Tulsa in 6 mos and am looking to buy a ranch property that is not too far out of the Tulsa city limits. No more than 30 minutes. I have found many for sale but not sure which area to narrow down choices.
Suggestions would be appreciated.
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Old 01-30-2009, 05:52 PM
 
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Send Goodpasture or Schousse a DM. They can fix you right up! They are professional appraisers for the area and know it like the back of their hand(s).
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Old 01-31-2009, 09:36 PM
 
Location: Pawnee Nation
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Moving to to Tulsa in 6 mos and am looking to buy a ranch property that is not too far out of the Tulsa city limits. No more than 30 minutes. I have found many for sale but not sure which area to narrow down choices.
Suggestions would be appreciated.
Lots of options available. price range, size of ranch, preferred livestock, school availability and quality. Needing to be within 30 minutes of Tulsa? tulsa is a 30 minute drive from east to west or north to south, more at peak drive times.....where in Tulsa do you need to be in 30 minutes? You can find good rural property with decent housing 360 degrees around Tulsa. Before this area became oil country, it was ranch land. It is still good for that....Oklahoma has a tremendous cattle industry, goat industry, and horse industry. We have more kids in 4H and FFA than we do in gangs. Give us some more information, and we can help.
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