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330 Apartments for rent in Moore, OK

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35 West Apartments
769 SW 19th St
Moore, OK
1 Bedroom
$879
733 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 10:04 AM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 35 West Apartments in Moore. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
1608 Ginger Avenue
1608 Ginger Ave
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1393 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
Very nice home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Living room has fireplace and is open to dining area and kitchen. Master suite has beautiful bathroom with double sinks. Also features a covered patio and 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
1020 SW 11th Street
1020 Southwest 11th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1550 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
4 Year Old Home Close to Everything! This Home is Walking Distance to the New Plaza Towers Elementary and About 1 Mile to HighlandWest Junior High and About 1 Mile to Southmoore High School.
1 Unit Available
2800 N Sheilds Street
2800 Shields Boulevard
Moore, OK
Studio
$3,000
600 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
Buyer to verify schools , Quality building with office space and Front facing Sheilds. Excellent Corner Location ,(Garage & Carport not in Lease) but can be leased with additional arrangements.
1 Unit Available
908 SW 16th Street
908 Southwest 16th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1174 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 908 SW 16th Street in Moore. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
306 SE 4th Street
306 Southeast 4th Street
Moore, OK
Studio
$2,500
2500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
zoned C-4 Was dog grooming and optometry office before. Will lease for $2500 per month for 1 yr lease and discount to $2000 per month for first 6 months. 2 covered parking spots in back.
1 Unit Available
905 NW 15th Street
905 Northwest 15th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$950
926 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
This House is Gorgeous!! Built w/ Quality & Comfort in Every Room Featuring a Vastly Open & Fully Functional Floor Plan, Offering 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths & a 2 Car Garage. Move In Ready w/ New Carpet, Paint, & Appliances Throughout.
1 Unit Available
1601 Eagle Drive
1601 Eagle Drive
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1354 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:46 PM
**HOLIDAY INCENTIVE! Enjoy $500 off your December 2020 or January 2021 rent (your choice) with a signed 16 month lease!!!** Beautiful 3 bed 2 bath home!**NEW FLOORING THROUGHOUT!** Walk into an open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
700 Southwest 12th Street
700 Southwest 12th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1277 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
828 Southeast 9th Street
828 Southeast 9th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,395
1372 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with the flexibility to tour at any time (8am-8pm), applying for a home online, and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs.
1 Unit Available
2102 Parkview Drive
2102 Parkview Drive
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1310 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
At Main Street Renewal, we provide our residents with an easy leasing experience starting with applying for a home online and our dedicated teams ready to assist with any needs. Our homes are pet friendly, but breed restrictions may apply.
1 Unit Available
817 Northwest 17th Street
817 Northwest 17th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1227 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
MOVE IN SPECIAL, sign a 12 month lease and get half off 2nd full month’s rent.
1 Unit Available
4025 Madison Avenue
4025 Madison Avenue
Moore, OK | The Apples
3 Bedrooms
$1,365
1431 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
FOR A LIMITED TIME: RECEIVE FREE 1/2 MONTH'S RENT WITH ONE YEAR LEASE OR A FREE FULL MONTH'S RENT WITH A 2+ YEAR LEASE! FREE APPLICATION! ASK ABOUT OUR CASHLESS SECURITY DEPOSIT OPTION! Welcome to Kairos Living, welcome home! ''? Brand new home in
1 Unit Available
1812 North Lincoln Avenue
1812 North Lincoln Avenue
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,460
1988 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 07:41 PM
This is a great home. From a large patio entrance, you enter a well lit entry area dividing the home into the Master/public area and the guest area. The guest hall has two bedrooms, the hall bath, lots of storage and the laundry.
1 Unit Available
616 S. Avery
616 South Avery Drive
Moore, OK
4 Bedrooms
$2,100
2309 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Remodeled spacious home in Moore school district - 4 bedroom home in Moore school district ready for occupancy. Large bonus room AND game room with plenty of space to grow. Home was completely updated and remodeled down to the studs.
1 Unit Available
727 SW 13th St
727 SW 13th St
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Brand New 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 2 Car Garage Duplex In Moore Schools (Contact Text Below) - Cute 3 bed 2 bed 2 car garage duplex in Moore. This home comes with a complete kitchen appliance package. Full size refrigerator, stove and dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
1507 MacAlpine St
1507 Macalpine St
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1200 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Brand New 3 Bedroom 2 Bath 2 Car Garage Duplex In Moore * Moore Schools - Cute 3 bed 2 bed 2 car garage duplex in Moore. This home comes with a complete kitchen appliance package. Full size refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher.
1 Unit Available
715 SE 12th Street
715 SE 12th St
Moore, OK
Studio
$1,200
875 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Stunning office complex in Moore near SE 4th and Eastern. Negotiable terms, call today! - Stunning office in Moore near SE 4th and Eastern! From the light at 4th and Eastern go south to 12th Street and turn right (west).
1 Unit Available
765 SW 14th St
765 SW 14th St
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,245
1503 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Available Now * 3 Bed 2.5 Bath 1 Car Garage Townhome in Moore (Has Storm Shelter) - Text/Call Contact Below (1/2 first months rent) - Open floor concept Townhome in Plaza Towers area! Newer construction townhome 3 bed 2.5 bed home is move in ready.
1 Unit Available
1308 SW 25th Street
1308 Southwest 25th Circle
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,195
1645 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
3 bed, 2 1/2 baths with a 2 car garage home for rent in Moore near 19th Street and Santa Fe! South Moore high school is directly behind! - Large 3 bedroom, 2 full baths and a 1/2 bath with a 2 car garage home for rent in great neighborhood! Center
1 Unit Available
910 Craig Dr
910 Craig Drive
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
Beautiful Updated 3 Bed, 1 3/4 Bath, 2 Car Garage - Completely remodeled 3 bed, 1 3/4 bath, 2 car garage.Kitchen has stove, microwave and D/W. All Electric ,Bedrooms carpeted and hardwood flooring and tile.
1 Unit Available
2212 SE 6th St
2212 Southeast 6th Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,325
1553 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
2212 SE 6th St Available 12/14/20 Extravagant Home with Storm Shelter !!! - Extravagant Home with Storm Shelter!!! It comes with a fridge, stove, dishwasher, microwave, and a large pantry.
1 Unit Available
704 S Avery Drive
704 South Avery Drive
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,735
1703 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:27 AM
AVAILABLE IN MARCH! 704 AVERY DRIVE MOORE, OK. 73160 - 704 S Avery Drive Moore, Ok.
1 Unit Available
709 Sweetgum St.
709 Sweetgum Street
Moore, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1275 sqft
Last updated May 14 at 09:36 AM
709 Sweetgum St. Available 05/15/20 709 Sweetgum Street Moore, Ok. 73160 - 709 Sweetgum Stree, Moore, Ok.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Moore. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Mid-America Christian University, Moore Norman Technology Center, University of Central Oklahoma, Southern Nazarene University, and Oklahoma Christian University.

City Guide

Moore
"The sky/Did turnso dark and black yesterday/Again justlike before on and in/Aday in the month of May/As you came /And ripped right through/A place and a town/Known as Moore, Oklahoma" (- David Smith, "Moore, Oklahoma")
"The sky/Did turnso dark and black yesterday/Again justlike before on and in/Aday in the month of May/As you came /And ripped right through/A place and a town/Known as Moore, Oklahoma" (- David Smith, "Moore, Oklahoma")

Located conveniently north of the University of Oklahoma and south of the states capital city, Moore, OK, is a thriving community of approximately 56,000 people. Its history, however, is as humble as the story behind its name. Who wouldve thought that a name painted on a boxcar would become the citys name, and all by some stroke of chance at that? Perhaps it was the same encounter with chance that brought about the almost overnight boom and made Moore the city it is today. This 21.9-square-mile city is home to many notable personalities, like Toby Keith, Tom Cole and Kellie Coffey.

Renting an Apartment in Moore, OK is Easy Peasy

Sure it is. As long as you don't get sucked into that "so many things to do and so little time" mentality that often sets in the moment you decide to make the move. Also, as long as you dont get intimidated with all the news about tornado devastation, it can be easy. Ready to hunt for a home here? Lets get right down to business with these tips.

It Isn't a Crime to Negotiate Price

If you come from cities with pretty strict landlords, you will find Moore a refreshing change from all that rigidity. People here are pretty laid back, and landlords are no different. If you know how to ask, they may cut you some slack on some requirements for the rental application. Having a serious criminal record is just about the only thing that could hinder you from renting a home here.

Save Some Dough, Don't Hire an Agent

This is not San Francisco or New York, where you'd need to hire a real estate agent if you don't want to go homeless. Driving around the different neighborhoods, going through property management companies or browsing through online listings is often enough get your own place in this city, whether you want an apartment or a rent to own home.

Mind the Neighborhood

Different neighborhoods have a varying feel and cost of living. Additionally, some neighborhoods in Moore just don't have any more room for newcomers. Save yourself the trouble by going over the different neighborhoods first and prioritizing those areas where you can envision yourself living comfortably in the near future.

Renting an Apartment in Moore, OK is Easy Peasy
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Sure it is. As long as you don't get sucked into that "so many things to do and so little time" mentality that often sets in the moment you decide to make the move. Also, as long as you dont get intimidated with all the news about tornado devastation, it can be easy. Ready to hunt for a home here? Lets get right down to business with these tips.

It Isn't a Crime to Negotiate Price

If you come from cities with pretty strict landlords, you will find Moore a refreshing change from all that rigidity. People here are pretty laid back, and landlords are no different. If you know how to ask, they may cut you some slack on some requirements for the rental application. Having a serious criminal record is just about the only thing that could hinder you from renting a home here.

Save Some Dough, Don't Hire an Agent

This is not San Francisco or New York, where you'd need to hire a real estate agent if you don't want to go homeless. Driving around the different neighborhoods, going through property management companies or browsing through online listings is often enough get your own place in this city, whether you want an apartment or a rent to own home.

Mind the Neighborhood

Different neighborhoods have a varying feel and cost of living. Additionally, some neighborhoods in Moore just don't have any more room for newcomers. Save yourself the trouble by going over the different neighborhoods first and prioritizing those areas where you can envision yourself living comfortably in the near future.

Discovering the Different Neighborhoods

Since an abode is only as good as its surrounding, choosing an excellent neighborhood is one of the prerequisites of comfortable living. To get you started looking in the right direction, heres an overview of several neighborhoods in Moore, along with their relative cost of living:

S Sooner Rd/SE 134th St: Executives and government workers with families and school-aged children make up a huge percentage of this neighborhoods population. If you're either one of these and you wish to live among your crowd, start looking for an apartment here. Theres a lot to talk about when you strike up a conversation with your neighbors. $$$$$

N Santa Fe Ave/NW 27th St: The majority of residents in this area work in sales and service jobs. Boasting of a good diversity of people from different cultural backgrounds, theres room for just about anyone in this area especially with its 12% vacancy rate. $

Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College/W Indian Hills Rd: Spacious homes, proximity to Moore Golf and Athletic Club, real estate stability and the likelihood of living with executives, managers and college students as neighbors...these are just some of the perks of having an address in this area. Additionally, a vacancy rate of 11% means that looking for an apartment in this neighborhood won't be that hard. $

SE 19th St/SE Eastern Ave: A good number of residents in this neighborhood are either active military personnel or working for Uncle Sam. If you like living among this crowd, start looking for your own camp here. Better do it fast; the areas 2% vacancy rate means you'll be facing competition from other would-be renters. Madison Place Park is one of the main hangouts in this neighborhood. $$$$

W Indian Hills Rd/12th Ave NW: With Ranch Estate Mobile Home Park within the vicinity, you could expect housing options in this neighborhood to include mobile homes. If you dont like the idea of living in a mobile home, however, fret not. This neighborhood has other housing options, which include single-family homes and duplexes. $$$$

N Eastern Ave/NE 18th St: Rental houses in this area are as diverse as the residents. If you wish to live in a community with a good mix of people from different cultural backgrounds, working in different fields and across a wide range of age groups, an address in this neighborhood is very appropriate. $$$

SE 19th St/SE 149th St: With Broadmoore Golf Course and Belmar Golf Club within the vicinity, this is paradise if you love to play golf all year round. The problem? It may take far more than a month of relentless hunting to find an apartment for rent with the miniscule vacancy rate of this neighborhood. With the neighborhood being the top choice for families with children and highly educated professionals, its easy to see why an address here is a good catch.$$

NE 12th St/Old Mill Rd: With Moore High School within the neighborhood, its no wonder many families with school-aged kids choose to live in this area. With the influx of couples preferring to live here, you'll be hard-pressed to find an apartment in this neighborhood. $$

NE 12th St/North Bryant Ave: One of the first things you'll notice when you take a stroll in this neighborhood is the number of military personnel in the area. You'll see them in plain clothes and in uniforms. Perhaps you'll see them enjoying a game of golf in Lakeside Golf Club or enjoying an afternoon off at the Buck Thomas Park, both of which happen to be within the neighborhood. $

SE 19th St: With Highland East Junior High School and Apple Creek Elementary School, you can expect to see lots of students hanging out in this neighborhood. Also, if you've always been intrigued and interested in Native American stuff, might wanna strike up a conversation with some residents here. Chances are, some of them could trace back their ancestry to this culture. $$$$

Discovering the Different Neighborhoods
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Since an abode is only as good as its surrounding, choosing an excellent neighborhood is one of the prerequisites of comfortable living. To get you started looking in the right direction, heres an overview of several neighborhoods in Moore, along with their relative cost of living:

S Sooner Rd/SE 134th St: Executives and government workers with families and school-aged children make up a huge percentage of this neighborhoods population. If you're either one of these and you wish to live among your crowd, start looking for an apartment here. Theres a lot to talk about when you strike up a conversation with your neighbors. $$$$$

N Santa Fe Ave/NW 27th St: The majority of residents in this area work in sales and service jobs. Boasting of a good diversity of people from different cultural backgrounds, theres room for just about anyone in this area especially with its 12% vacancy rate. $

Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College/W Indian Hills Rd: Spacious homes, proximity to Moore Golf and Athletic Club, real estate stability and the likelihood of living with executives, managers and college students as neighbors...these are just some of the perks of having an address in this area. Additionally, a vacancy rate of 11% means that looking for an apartment in this neighborhood won't be that hard. $

SE 19th St/SE Eastern Ave: A good number of residents in this neighborhood are either active military personnel or working for Uncle Sam. If you like living among this crowd, start looking for your own camp here. Better do it fast; the areas 2% vacancy rate means you'll be facing competition from other would-be renters. Madison Place Park is one of the main hangouts in this neighborhood. $$$$

W Indian Hills Rd/12th Ave NW: With Ranch Estate Mobile Home Park within the vicinity, you could expect housing options in this neighborhood to include mobile homes. If you dont like the idea of living in a mobile home, however, fret not. This neighborhood has other housing options, which include single-family homes and duplexes. $$$$

N Eastern Ave/NE 18th St: Rental houses in this area are as diverse as the residents. If you wish to live in a community with a good mix of people from different cultural backgrounds, working in different fields and across a wide range of age groups, an address in this neighborhood is very appropriate. $$$

SE 19th St/SE 149th St: With Broadmoore Golf Course and Belmar Golf Club within the vicinity, this is paradise if you love to play golf all year round. The problem? It may take far more than a month of relentless hunting to find an apartment for rent with the miniscule vacancy rate of this neighborhood. With the neighborhood being the top choice for families with children and highly educated professionals, its easy to see why an address here is a good catch.$$

NE 12th St/Old Mill Rd: With Moore High School within the neighborhood, its no wonder many families with school-aged kids choose to live in this area. With the influx of couples preferring to live here, you'll be hard-pressed to find an apartment in this neighborhood. $$

NE 12th St/North Bryant Ave: One of the first things you'll notice when you take a stroll in this neighborhood is the number of military personnel in the area. You'll see them in plain clothes and in uniforms. Perhaps you'll see them enjoying a game of golf in Lakeside Golf Club or enjoying an afternoon off at the Buck Thomas Park, both of which happen to be within the neighborhood. $

SE 19th St: With Highland East Junior High School and Apple Creek Elementary School, you can expect to see lots of students hanging out in this neighborhood. Also, if you've always been intrigued and interested in Native American stuff, might wanna strike up a conversation with some residents here. Chances are, some of them could trace back their ancestry to this culture. $$$$

Tornado Alert

Everything about Moore, Oklahoma, is pretty desirable and charming except for the fact that its situated in Tornado Alley. The city has been beset with the ravages of tornadoes, the most deadly of which was the 1999 tornado. If you live in this city, you may find yourself paying more close attention to weather reports than any other news segments and cooking up an evacuation plan before you start moving in. Of course, it helps to organize emergency supplies and a first aid kit just to appease the worries in your mind.

Tornado Alert
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Everything about Moore, Oklahoma, is pretty desirable and charming except for the fact that its situated in Tornado Alley. The city has been beset with the ravages of tornadoes, the most deadly of which was the 1999 tornado. If you live in this city, you may find yourself paying more close attention to weather reports than any other news segments and cooking up an evacuation plan before you start moving in. Of course, it helps to organize emergency supplies and a first aid kit just to appease the worries in your mind.

Living in Moore

Life in Moore, Oklahoma, devoid of tornado disruption, is the epitome of work and leisure balance. Without the harried lifestyle of big cities, residents here get to enjoy an enviable mix of recreation, such as golf courses, community activities, parks and local attractions. Some places worthy of mention include: Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre, Andy Alligators Fun Park and Western Cedar Hunting Preserve. Additionally, the city boasts a robust education system. It has three high schools, five junior high schools, 22 elementary schools and one post-secondary school.

Well-rounded city? You betcha! Now find an apartment and get movin'.

Living in Moore
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Life in Moore, Oklahoma, devoid of tornado disruption, is the epitome of work and leisure balance. Without the harried lifestyle of big cities, residents here get to enjoy an enviable mix of recreation, such as golf courses, community activities, parks and local attractions. Some places worthy of mention include: Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre, Andy Alligators Fun Park and Western Cedar Hunting Preserve. Additionally, the city boasts a robust education system. It has three high schools, five junior high schools, 22 elementary schools and one post-secondary school.

Well-rounded city? You betcha! Now find an apartment and get movin'.

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City Guide

Moore
"The sky/Did turnso dark and black yesterday/Again justlike before on and in/Aday in the month of May/As you came /And ripped right through/A place and a town/Known as Moore, Oklahoma" (- David Smith, "Moore, Oklahoma")
"The sky/Did turnso dark and black yesterday/Again justlike before on and in/Aday in the month of May/As you came /And ripped right through/A place and a town/Known as Moore, Oklahoma" (- David Smith, "Moore, Oklahoma")

Located conveniently north of the University of Oklahoma and south of the states capital city, Moore, OK, is a thriving community of approximately 56,000 people. Its history, however, is as humble as the story behind its name. Who wouldve thought that a name painted on a boxcar would become the citys name, and all by some stroke of chance at that? Perhaps it was the same encounter with chance that brought about the almost overnight boom and made Moore the city it is today. This 21.9-square-mile city is home to many notable personalities, like Toby Keith, Tom Cole and Kellie Coffey.

Renting an Apartment in Moore, OK is Easy Peasy

Sure it is. As long as you don't get sucked into that "so many things to do and so little time" mentality that often sets in the moment you decide to make the move. Also, as long as you dont get intimidated with all the news about tornado devastation, it can be easy. Ready to hunt for a home here? Lets get right down to business with these tips.

It Isn't a Crime to Negotiate Price

If you come from cities with pretty strict landlords, you will find Moore a refreshing change from all that rigidity. People here are pretty laid back, and landlords are no different. If you know how to ask, they may cut you some slack on some requirements for the rental application. Having a serious criminal record is just about the only thing that could hinder you from renting a home here.

Save Some Dough, Don't Hire an Agent

This is not San Francisco or New York, where you'd need to hire a real estate agent if you don't want to go homeless. Driving around the different neighborhoods, going through property management companies or browsing through online listings is often enough get your own place in this city, whether you want an apartment or a rent to own home.

Mind the Neighborhood

Different neighborhoods have a varying feel and cost of living. Additionally, some neighborhoods in Moore just don't have any more room for newcomers. Save yourself the trouble by going over the different neighborhoods first and prioritizing those areas where you can envision yourself living comfortably in the near future.

Renting an Apartment in Moore, OK is Easy Peasy
+

Sure it is. As long as you don't get sucked into that "so many things to do and so little time" mentality that often sets in the moment you decide to make the move. Also, as long as you dont get intimidated with all the news about tornado devastation, it can be easy. Ready to hunt for a home here? Lets get right down to business with these tips.

It Isn't a Crime to Negotiate Price

If you come from cities with pretty strict landlords, you will find Moore a refreshing change from all that rigidity. People here are pretty laid back, and landlords are no different. If you know how to ask, they may cut you some slack on some requirements for the rental application. Having a serious criminal record is just about the only thing that could hinder you from renting a home here.

Save Some Dough, Don't Hire an Agent

This is not San Francisco or New York, where you'd need to hire a real estate agent if you don't want to go homeless. Driving around the different neighborhoods, going through property management companies or browsing through online listings is often enough get your own place in this city, whether you want an apartment or a rent to own home.

Mind the Neighborhood

Different neighborhoods have a varying feel and cost of living. Additionally, some neighborhoods in Moore just don't have any more room for newcomers. Save yourself the trouble by going over the different neighborhoods first and prioritizing those areas where you can envision yourself living comfortably in the near future.

Discovering the Different Neighborhoods

Since an abode is only as good as its surrounding, choosing an excellent neighborhood is one of the prerequisites of comfortable living. To get you started looking in the right direction, heres an overview of several neighborhoods in Moore, along with their relative cost of living:

S Sooner Rd/SE 134th St: Executives and government workers with families and school-aged children make up a huge percentage of this neighborhoods population. If you're either one of these and you wish to live among your crowd, start looking for an apartment here. Theres a lot to talk about when you strike up a conversation with your neighbors. $$$$$

N Santa Fe Ave/NW 27th St: The majority of residents in this area work in sales and service jobs. Boasting of a good diversity of people from different cultural backgrounds, theres room for just about anyone in this area especially with its 12% vacancy rate. $

Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College/W Indian Hills Rd: Spacious homes, proximity to Moore Golf and Athletic Club, real estate stability and the likelihood of living with executives, managers and college students as neighbors...these are just some of the perks of having an address in this area. Additionally, a vacancy rate of 11% means that looking for an apartment in this neighborhood won't be that hard. $

SE 19th St/SE Eastern Ave: A good number of residents in this neighborhood are either active military personnel or working for Uncle Sam. If you like living among this crowd, start looking for your own camp here. Better do it fast; the areas 2% vacancy rate means you'll be facing competition from other would-be renters. Madison Place Park is one of the main hangouts in this neighborhood. $$$$

W Indian Hills Rd/12th Ave NW: With Ranch Estate Mobile Home Park within the vicinity, you could expect housing options in this neighborhood to include mobile homes. If you dont like the idea of living in a mobile home, however, fret not. This neighborhood has other housing options, which include single-family homes and duplexes. $$$$

N Eastern Ave/NE 18th St: Rental houses in this area are as diverse as the residents. If you wish to live in a community with a good mix of people from different cultural backgrounds, working in different fields and across a wide range of age groups, an address in this neighborhood is very appropriate. $$$

SE 19th St/SE 149th St: With Broadmoore Golf Course and Belmar Golf Club within the vicinity, this is paradise if you love to play golf all year round. The problem? It may take far more than a month of relentless hunting to find an apartment for rent with the miniscule vacancy rate of this neighborhood. With the neighborhood being the top choice for families with children and highly educated professionals, its easy to see why an address here is a good catch.$$

NE 12th St/Old Mill Rd: With Moore High School within the neighborhood, its no wonder many families with school-aged kids choose to live in this area. With the influx of couples preferring to live here, you'll be hard-pressed to find an apartment in this neighborhood. $$

NE 12th St/North Bryant Ave: One of the first things you'll notice when you take a stroll in this neighborhood is the number of military personnel in the area. You'll see them in plain clothes and in uniforms. Perhaps you'll see them enjoying a game of golf in Lakeside Golf Club or enjoying an afternoon off at the Buck Thomas Park, both of which happen to be within the neighborhood. $

SE 19th St: With Highland East Junior High School and Apple Creek Elementary School, you can expect to see lots of students hanging out in this neighborhood. Also, if you've always been intrigued and interested in Native American stuff, might wanna strike up a conversation with some residents here. Chances are, some of them could trace back their ancestry to this culture. $$$$

Discovering the Different Neighborhoods
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Since an abode is only as good as its surrounding, choosing an excellent neighborhood is one of the prerequisites of comfortable living. To get you started looking in the right direction, heres an overview of several neighborhoods in Moore, along with their relative cost of living:

S Sooner Rd/SE 134th St: Executives and government workers with families and school-aged children make up a huge percentage of this neighborhoods population. If you're either one of these and you wish to live among your crowd, start looking for an apartment here. Theres a lot to talk about when you strike up a conversation with your neighbors. $$$$$

N Santa Fe Ave/NW 27th St: The majority of residents in this area work in sales and service jobs. Boasting of a good diversity of people from different cultural backgrounds, theres room for just about anyone in this area especially with its 12% vacancy rate. $

Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College/W Indian Hills Rd: Spacious homes, proximity to Moore Golf and Athletic Club, real estate stability and the likelihood of living with executives, managers and college students as neighbors...these are just some of the perks of having an address in this area. Additionally, a vacancy rate of 11% means that looking for an apartment in this neighborhood won't be that hard. $

SE 19th St/SE Eastern Ave: A good number of residents in this neighborhood are either active military personnel or working for Uncle Sam. If you like living among this crowd, start looking for your own camp here. Better do it fast; the areas 2% vacancy rate means you'll be facing competition from other would-be renters. Madison Place Park is one of the main hangouts in this neighborhood. $$$$

W Indian Hills Rd/12th Ave NW: With Ranch Estate Mobile Home Park within the vicinity, you could expect housing options in this neighborhood to include mobile homes. If you dont like the idea of living in a mobile home, however, fret not. This neighborhood has other housing options, which include single-family homes and duplexes. $$$$

N Eastern Ave/NE 18th St: Rental houses in this area are as diverse as the residents. If you wish to live in a community with a good mix of people from different cultural backgrounds, working in different fields and across a wide range of age groups, an address in this neighborhood is very appropriate. $$$

SE 19th St/SE 149th St: With Broadmoore Golf Course and Belmar Golf Club within the vicinity, this is paradise if you love to play golf all year round. The problem? It may take far more than a month of relentless hunting to find an apartment for rent with the miniscule vacancy rate of this neighborhood. With the neighborhood being the top choice for families with children and highly educated professionals, its easy to see why an address here is a good catch.$$

NE 12th St/Old Mill Rd: With Moore High School within the neighborhood, its no wonder many families with school-aged kids choose to live in this area. With the influx of couples preferring to live here, you'll be hard-pressed to find an apartment in this neighborhood. $$

NE 12th St/North Bryant Ave: One of the first things you'll notice when you take a stroll in this neighborhood is the number of military personnel in the area. You'll see them in plain clothes and in uniforms. Perhaps you'll see them enjoying a game of golf in Lakeside Golf Club or enjoying an afternoon off at the Buck Thomas Park, both of which happen to be within the neighborhood. $

SE 19th St: With Highland East Junior High School and Apple Creek Elementary School, you can expect to see lots of students hanging out in this neighborhood. Also, if you've always been intrigued and interested in Native American stuff, might wanna strike up a conversation with some residents here. Chances are, some of them could trace back their ancestry to this culture. $$$$

Tornado Alert

Everything about Moore, Oklahoma, is pretty desirable and charming except for the fact that its situated in Tornado Alley. The city has been beset with the ravages of tornadoes, the most deadly of which was the 1999 tornado. If you live in this city, you may find yourself paying more close attention to weather reports than any other news segments and cooking up an evacuation plan before you start moving in. Of course, it helps to organize emergency supplies and a first aid kit just to appease the worries in your mind.

Tornado Alert
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Everything about Moore, Oklahoma, is pretty desirable and charming except for the fact that its situated in Tornado Alley. The city has been beset with the ravages of tornadoes, the most deadly of which was the 1999 tornado. If you live in this city, you may find yourself paying more close attention to weather reports than any other news segments and cooking up an evacuation plan before you start moving in. Of course, it helps to organize emergency supplies and a first aid kit just to appease the worries in your mind.

Living in Moore

Life in Moore, Oklahoma, devoid of tornado disruption, is the epitome of work and leisure balance. Without the harried lifestyle of big cities, residents here get to enjoy an enviable mix of recreation, such as golf courses, community activities, parks and local attractions. Some places worthy of mention include: Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre, Andy Alligators Fun Park and Western Cedar Hunting Preserve. Additionally, the city boasts a robust education system. It has three high schools, five junior high schools, 22 elementary schools and one post-secondary school.

Well-rounded city? You betcha! Now find an apartment and get movin'.

Living in Moore
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Life in Moore, Oklahoma, devoid of tornado disruption, is the epitome of work and leisure balance. Without the harried lifestyle of big cities, residents here get to enjoy an enviable mix of recreation, such as golf courses, community activities, parks and local attractions. Some places worthy of mention include: Yellow Rose Dinner Theatre, Andy Alligators Fun Park and Western Cedar Hunting Preserve. Additionally, the city boasts a robust education system. It has three high schools, five junior high schools, 22 elementary schools and one post-secondary school.

Well-rounded city? You betcha! Now find an apartment and get movin'.