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127 Apartments for rent in Mustang, OK

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1120 North Pheasant Way
1120 N Pheasant Way
Mustang, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,275
1143 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:34 AM
You don't want to miss this gorgeous, new three bedroom, two bathroom home in Mustang! This home has a great floor plan and modern upgrades throughout the home! All major kitchen appliances included and the laundry room features washer and dryer
1 Unit Available
1912 Autumn Way
1912 W Autumn Way
Mustang, OK | Canadian Estates
4 Bedrooms
$1,600
1773 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
1912 Autumn Way Available 10/02/20 Absolutely Darling 4 Bed Home in Highly Desired Mustang Schools with Storm Shelter!!! - You will love this beautiful open concept 4 bedroom/2 bathroom house.
1 Unit Available
205 S Meadow Ln
205 South Meadow Lane
Mustang, OK
3 Bedrooms
$995
806 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
Charming home in Mustang - Charming bungalow with 3 beds and 1 bath, flooded with natural light Modern all white kitchen with window over looking the back yard with beautiful mature trees. Call or Text Roy @ 580.309.
1 Unit Available
2041 W Hunter Springs Way
2041 W Hunter Springs Way
Mustang, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,400
1640 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Four Bedroom | Two Bath Rental Home in Mustang School District - This 1640 sq. foot home features an all brick exterior and beautiful landscaping that is a must see! The home also includes four bedrooms, two baths with an open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
917 N Barn Hill Way
917 North Barn Hill Way
Mustang, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1893 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
917 N Barn Hill Way Available 09/30/20 917 N Barn Hill Way 3 Bedroom + Study, 3 Car Garage. Mustang Schools! - 917 N.
1 Unit Available
507 W Dowden Dr
507 West Dowden Drive
Mustang, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,095
1200 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Total remodel in Mustang - Property Id: 241220 3 bed 2 baths 2 car. All new inside. Granite kitchen countertops. Designer tile bathrooms. Wood floors thru out. NO SECTION 8.NO PETS. NON SMOKER ONLY Apply at TurboTenant: http://rental.turbotenant.
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1 Unit Available
8413 SW 50th Street
8413 SW 50th St
Oklahoma City, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,435
1501 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
Beautiful 4 bed Bedroom Home in Mustang Schools! - This great 4 bed, 2 bath home is located in the Brighton Pointe neighborhood. The Amenities are a community pond, basketball court and playground. The large living room is open to the kitchen.
1 Unit Available
8708 SW 65th Street
8708 Southwest 65th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,595
1858 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Home with 3 Car Garage in Mustang Schools - ***3D VIRTUAL TOUR LINK*** https://www.insidemaps.com/app/walkthrough-v2/?projectId=mE8TDyibVC&env=production Beautiful 4 bedroom 2 bathroom home in Mustang Schools.
1 Unit Available
4328 Umbria Road
4328 Umbria Rd
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,345
1546 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
Brand New 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Home with Storm Shelter in Mustang Schools - ***3D VIRTUAL TOUR LINK*** https://www.insidemaps.
1 Unit Available
9013 Southwest 48th Terrace
9013 Southwest 48th Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1556 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
Beautiful Home Available Now in Crystal Hill Estates! - Absolutely Gorgeous Home in Crystal Hill Estates! FOR SHOWINGS CALL 4.0.5-4.4.4-8.3.8.
1 Unit Available
4213 Umbria Road
4213 Umbria Rd
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,330
1355 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
$500 OFF FIRST MONTHS RENT or iPad Pro with iPad Pencil | Three Bedroom | Two Bathroom Home - MOVE IN SPECIAL - $500 OFF FIRST MONTHS RENT or iPad Pro with iPad Pencil WITH A SIGNED LEASE AND PAID DEPOSIT BY SEPTEMBER 25th! (CREDIT CONDITIONS
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69 Units Available
Anatole on MacArthur North
5924 SW 12th St
Oklahoma City, OK
1 Bedroom
$799
758 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$899
1072 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 03:24 AM
Surrounded by lush, green lawns and filled with beautiful landscaping, Anatole on MacArthur South has all the warmth and charm that makes you feel right at home.
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24 Units Available
Highland Pointe
500 Pointe Parkway Blvd
Yukon, OK
1 Bedroom
$845
678 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$891
916 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,005
1087 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 12:18 AM
Relax in the Highland Pointe neighborhood, with quiet living. Amenities include a fitness center, business center, clubhouse, pool, and patios and balconies, in a peaceful setting in the suburbs of Oklahoma City.
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23 Units Available
Anatole On MacArthur South
5924 Southwest 12th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
1 Bedroom
$905
728 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
1115 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 12:08 AM
Surrounded by lush, green lawns and filled with beautiful landscaping, Anatole on MacArthur South has all the warmth and charm that makes you feel right at home.
1 Unit Available
505 North Fordson Drive
505 North Fordson Drive
Oklahoma City, OK | Greenvale
3 Bedrooms
$985
858 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:18 AM
Cute brick home - 3 bed, 1 bath, 1 car garage home with nice yard on a quiet street.
1 Unit Available
11424 SW 25th Street
11424 Southwest 25th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,445
1705 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
*OCCUPIED* Beautiful 4 bed 2 bath 2 car garage in Mustang Schools. Open kitchen and living with spacious bedrooms. Kitchen features gas stove, breakfast bar and pantry. Fenced back yard & neighborhood park.
1 Unit Available
11209 NW 7th Street
11209 Northwest 7th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
2231 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Wonderful large 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home has a study off of the master bedroom. Kitchen has granite countertops, gas stove, island, with tons of counter space. Fenced in backyard with a nice patio.
1 Unit Available
11421 SW 25th Terrace
11421 Southwest 25th Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK
4 Bedrooms
$1,325
1440 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
Stunning 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom home featuring Master Suite with tiled Tub & Shower, designer open floor plan kitchen, over-sized living, Fenced backyard and 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
11817 SW 26th Terrace
11817 Southwest 26th Terrace
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1636 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 04:09 AM
THE RENTAL you'll LOVE! It's clean as a whistle, high ceilings, Big kit, tons of storage, granite in kit & Bthrms, pantry, brkfst bar, SSTL Appls, Flrs are Tile, Wood & Carpet, Gas FP ,3 Big Bedrms, MIL plan, w/lrg closets, all on One Floor.
1 Unit Available
625 Christian Lane
625 Christian Lane
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1612 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
625 Christian Lane Available 10/19/20 *Preleasing* Three Bedroom, Two Bath in Gated Retirement Community. - *Preleasing* Available on October 19th Come check out this gorgeous three bed, two bath in a gated retirement community.
1 Unit Available
8308 NW 7th Street
8308 Northwest 7th Street
Oklahoma City, OK
2 Bedrooms
$845
1141 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:15 AM
2 Bed 2 Bath duplex on 10th and Council - This home will NOT last. Its minutes from I 40 and shopping! Perfect location for quick access to Oklahoma City yet close to Bethany and Yukon. LARGE 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Duplex with a 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
404 Scully Rd
404 Scully Rd
Oklahoma City, OK
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1440 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
Stunning Home In Yukon with Storm Shelter & Open Living Concept!! - This Fabulous Home features an open living/dining concept with spacious kitchen that includes appliances and beautiful custom cabinetry along with quartz countertops, and Travertine
1 Unit Available
3813 Windgate West
3813 Windgate West Road
Oklahoma City, OK | Winds West
Studio
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3 Bedrooms
$1,525
1460 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
New Construction Home for Lease - New Construction Available now! MUSTANG SCHOOL DISTRICT KINGSRIDGE WEST ADDITION LOCATED JUST NORTH OF SW 44TH OFF COUNTY LINE ROAD 3 BEDROOM 2 BATHROOM 2 CAR GARAGE BRAND NEW HOME FOR LEASE OR FOR SALE! ENJOY
1 Unit Available
9949 SW 23rd Street
9949 Southwest 23rd Street
Oklahoma City, OK | Westbury South
3 Bedrooms
$1,345
1541 sqft
Last updated September 25 at 10:14 AM
9949 SW 23rd Street Available 11/12/20 3 Bedroom 2 Bath Available in Mustang Schools - ***3D VIRTUAL TOUR LINK*** https://www.insidemaps.
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How much is rent in Mustang?
In Mustang, the median rent is $665 for a studio, $736 for a 1-bedroom, $942 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,291 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Mustang, check out our monthly Mustang Rent Report.
How much is rent in Mustang?
In Mustang, the median rent is $665 for a studio, $736 for a 1-bedroom, $942 for a 2-bedroom, and $1,291 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Mustang, check out our monthly Mustang Rent Report.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Mustang?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Mustang apartments that allow pets.
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While some Mustang properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Mustang properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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How can I find off-campus housing in Mustang?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Mustang. 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.
How can I find off-campus housing in Mustang?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Mustang. 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.

Median Rent in Mustang

Last updated May 2015
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Mustang is $736, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $942.
Studio
$665
1 Bed
$736
2 Beds
$942
3+ Beds
$1,291

City Guide

Mustang
Mustang is the story of the little town that could. Once known as the Garden of Eden, because the land here was so fertile and great for growing crops, it lost everything when the rich topsoil was destroyed forever during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. But that wasn't the end for this little Oklahoma town.
Mustang is the story of the little town that could. Once known as the Garden of Eden, because the land here was so fertile and great for growing crops, it lost everything when the rich topsoil was destroyed forever during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. But that wasn't the end for this little Oklahoma town.

Although decimated due to the Great Depression and Dust Bowl of the '30s, Mustang saw a population boom of over 1,200 percent between 1960 and 1970. While this meteoric rise in residents has not yet and likely never will be mirrored, a continuous growth in the number of residents in the area proves that there's just something about Mustang that people cannot get enough of.

Moving to Mustang

Mustang is only minutes from the population center of Oklahoma City, but its smaller population avoids the typical undesirable aspects sometimes seen in larger cities. This quickly growing city is perfect for those who want to find apartments that are close to everything in large cities but far enough away to avoid the downfalls of actually living in one. Don't get too excited, though; if you don't properly prepare for the move, you could be sent on your merry little way.

When to start looking

You definitely want to give yourself at least a couple of months to look for places to live in Mustang. This will give you time to scout out different areas and actually find a place, and trust me, finding a place definitely won't be the easiest thing you ever do. The population here has grown pretty consistently since 1990, and it's become difficult for the supply of everything from apartments to townhouses for rent to keep up with demand. The bright side in all of this? About one of every four residents in Mustang is a renter, so you can rest assured that you'll be in good company. And if you don't like your neighbors, at least you're still in a pretty cool town.

When to make the move

You should probably aim for between March and May or September and November. Mustang is one of the special cities in America that can experience extreme high temperatures during the summer, hitting 113 degrees at one point in 1936, and extreme low temperatures during the winter, actually dropping to -17 degrees back in 1899. Your best bet of avoiding sweltering temperatures of icy roads during either of these seasons is to avoid both of them altogether. Of course, you could just ignore this advice and go whenever you want, but don't blame us for your heat stroke or frostbite.

What to bring along

Certain areas of Oklahoma City are the places to go if you're looking to get into any old apartment or house to rent, but if you want a great place with added safety, you want to aim for Mustang. This means showing up to your renter interview with referrals from former landlords and a good explanation if you don't have any. If you don't really have any rental experience, you should note this, but come prepared with proof of income and even a credit check to let them know that you're responsible. Okay, maybe you're not that responsible, but when you become an adult, you've at least got to become good at faking it!

Moving to Mustang
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Mustang is only minutes from the population center of Oklahoma City, but its smaller population avoids the typical undesirable aspects sometimes seen in larger cities. This quickly growing city is perfect for those who want to find apartments that are close to everything in large cities but far enough away to avoid the downfalls of actually living in one. Don't get too excited, though; if you don't properly prepare for the move, you could be sent on your merry little way.

When to start looking

You definitely want to give yourself at least a couple of months to look for places to live in Mustang. This will give you time to scout out different areas and actually find a place, and trust me, finding a place definitely won't be the easiest thing you ever do. The population here has grown pretty consistently since 1990, and it's become difficult for the supply of everything from apartments to townhouses for rent to keep up with demand. The bright side in all of this? About one of every four residents in Mustang is a renter, so you can rest assured that you'll be in good company. And if you don't like your neighbors, at least you're still in a pretty cool town.

When to make the move

You should probably aim for between March and May or September and November. Mustang is one of the special cities in America that can experience extreme high temperatures during the summer, hitting 113 degrees at one point in 1936, and extreme low temperatures during the winter, actually dropping to -17 degrees back in 1899. Your best bet of avoiding sweltering temperatures of icy roads during either of these seasons is to avoid both of them altogether. Of course, you could just ignore this advice and go whenever you want, but don't blame us for your heat stroke or frostbite.

What to bring along

Certain areas of Oklahoma City are the places to go if you're looking to get into any old apartment or house to rent, but if you want a great place with added safety, you want to aim for Mustang. This means showing up to your renter interview with referrals from former landlords and a good explanation if you don't have any. If you don't really have any rental experience, you should note this, but come prepared with proof of income and even a credit check to let them know that you're responsible. Okay, maybe you're not that responsible, but when you become an adult, you've at least got to become good at faking it!

Mustang Neighborhoods

Whether you're looking for a large house or just a studio for rent, you can bet that just about every area of Mustang has what you're looking for. Oh, and you should take a look at Mustang's perimeter shape. It's a perfect rectangle with intersecting highways, so you can easily divide the city up into quadrants and make your decision on where to live based on those specific areas. Or you could just throw a dart at a map of the city and go from there. Either way, you'll find some pretty nifty things around.

Northeastern Mustang: This area has several residential communities, and you'll even find nice parks around such as Curtis Park. Don't fret, though; you're also right next to Silver Shopping Center. A perfect combination of industry and nature!

Southwestern Mustang: The subdivisions and areas in this quadrant of Mustang have large yards and plenty of wide open space. In addition, they've also got Lakehoma Acres Lake and Mustang Lake Number 1. Hey, don't look at us; we don't name them.

Northwestern Mustang: If you're in the western part of this area, around North Clear Springs Road, you've got an insane amount of open space. If you're further east, you're closer to your neighbors, but you've also got Wild Horse Park where the aquatic center, community center, and even an awesome climbing wall are located.

Southeastern Mustang: This area is intersected by Highway 4, and this makes it quite simple to hit Interstate 44 and head south. On top of that, you'll find various housing choices, whether you're looking for a large home or just a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, along with Meadow Brook Park and Meadows Park.

Mustang Neighborhoods
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Whether you're looking for a large house or just a studio for rent, you can bet that just about every area of Mustang has what you're looking for. Oh, and you should take a look at Mustang's perimeter shape. It's a perfect rectangle with intersecting highways, so you can easily divide the city up into quadrants and make your decision on where to live based on those specific areas. Or you could just throw a dart at a map of the city and go from there. Either way, you'll find some pretty nifty things around.

Northeastern Mustang: This area has several residential communities, and you'll even find nice parks around such as Curtis Park. Don't fret, though; you're also right next to Silver Shopping Center. A perfect combination of industry and nature!

Southwestern Mustang: The subdivisions and areas in this quadrant of Mustang have large yards and plenty of wide open space. In addition, they've also got Lakehoma Acres Lake and Mustang Lake Number 1. Hey, don't look at us; we don't name them.

Northwestern Mustang: If you're in the western part of this area, around North Clear Springs Road, you've got an insane amount of open space. If you're further east, you're closer to your neighbors, but you've also got Wild Horse Park where the aquatic center, community center, and even an awesome climbing wall are located.

Southeastern Mustang: This area is intersected by Highway 4, and this makes it quite simple to hit Interstate 44 and head south. On top of that, you'll find various housing choices, whether you're looking for a large home or just a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, along with Meadow Brook Park and Meadows Park.

Living in Mustang

There's not much to dislike about Mustang. It's a quiet little peaceful community getaway from the headaches of the big city. Don't get all emotional on us, but it's sort of like seeing an old homestead movie from the '50s. All right, you can shed a tear. The beauty and tranquility of the area, though, isn't its only draw. If it were, people could just live in the forest, although there aren't many of those around Oklahoma in general.

In-Your-Face History

Mustang is a history lesson in and of itself, but they've got a few places you can check out for a more focused approach. Check out the Mustang Historical Society attractions and the Mustang Veterans Memorial.

Peaceful Yet Happening

People come to Mustang for the peace and quiet it offers away from Oklahoma City. This doesn't mean the larger city isn't necessary, though; in fact, many people take refuge in Mustang after working all day in the city. In fact, it's actually known as a bedroom community.

Pet Lovers Rejoice

Plenty of townspeople head to Wild Horse Park to take in the beauty of their city, and fortunately, they can take their little family members with them. The Mustang Dog Park is actually within the more popular park.

Camping in the Great Plains

There aren't many chances for camping in Mustang unless you live in one of the areas with vast amounts of open land. Just a few minutes away, though, you can enjoy the outdoors at Council Road RV Park.

Living in Mustang
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There's not much to dislike about Mustang. It's a quiet little peaceful community getaway from the headaches of the big city. Don't get all emotional on us, but it's sort of like seeing an old homestead movie from the '50s. All right, you can shed a tear. The beauty and tranquility of the area, though, isn't its only draw. If it were, people could just live in the forest, although there aren't many of those around Oklahoma in general.

In-Your-Face History

Mustang is a history lesson in and of itself, but they've got a few places you can check out for a more focused approach. Check out the Mustang Historical Society attractions and the Mustang Veterans Memorial.

Peaceful Yet Happening

People come to Mustang for the peace and quiet it offers away from Oklahoma City. This doesn't mean the larger city isn't necessary, though; in fact, many people take refuge in Mustang after working all day in the city. In fact, it's actually known as a bedroom community.

Pet Lovers Rejoice

Plenty of townspeople head to Wild Horse Park to take in the beauty of their city, and fortunately, they can take their little family members with them. The Mustang Dog Park is actually within the more popular park.

Camping in the Great Plains

There aren't many chances for camping in Mustang unless you live in one of the areas with vast amounts of open land. Just a few minutes away, though, you can enjoy the outdoors at Council Road RV Park.

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City Guide

Mustang
Mustang is the story of the little town that could. Once known as the Garden of Eden, because the land here was so fertile and great for growing crops, it lost everything when the rich topsoil was destroyed forever during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. But that wasn't the end for this little Oklahoma town.
Mustang is the story of the little town that could. Once known as the Garden of Eden, because the land here was so fertile and great for growing crops, it lost everything when the rich topsoil was destroyed forever during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s. But that wasn't the end for this little Oklahoma town.

Although decimated due to the Great Depression and Dust Bowl of the '30s, Mustang saw a population boom of over 1,200 percent between 1960 and 1970. While this meteoric rise in residents has not yet and likely never will be mirrored, a continuous growth in the number of residents in the area proves that there's just something about Mustang that people cannot get enough of.

Moving to Mustang

Mustang is only minutes from the population center of Oklahoma City, but its smaller population avoids the typical undesirable aspects sometimes seen in larger cities. This quickly growing city is perfect for those who want to find apartments that are close to everything in large cities but far enough away to avoid the downfalls of actually living in one. Don't get too excited, though; if you don't properly prepare for the move, you could be sent on your merry little way.

When to start looking

You definitely want to give yourself at least a couple of months to look for places to live in Mustang. This will give you time to scout out different areas and actually find a place, and trust me, finding a place definitely won't be the easiest thing you ever do. The population here has grown pretty consistently since 1990, and it's become difficult for the supply of everything from apartments to townhouses for rent to keep up with demand. The bright side in all of this? About one of every four residents in Mustang is a renter, so you can rest assured that you'll be in good company. And if you don't like your neighbors, at least you're still in a pretty cool town.

When to make the move

You should probably aim for between March and May or September and November. Mustang is one of the special cities in America that can experience extreme high temperatures during the summer, hitting 113 degrees at one point in 1936, and extreme low temperatures during the winter, actually dropping to -17 degrees back in 1899. Your best bet of avoiding sweltering temperatures of icy roads during either of these seasons is to avoid both of them altogether. Of course, you could just ignore this advice and go whenever you want, but don't blame us for your heat stroke or frostbite.

What to bring along

Certain areas of Oklahoma City are the places to go if you're looking to get into any old apartment or house to rent, but if you want a great place with added safety, you want to aim for Mustang. This means showing up to your renter interview with referrals from former landlords and a good explanation if you don't have any. If you don't really have any rental experience, you should note this, but come prepared with proof of income and even a credit check to let them know that you're responsible. Okay, maybe you're not that responsible, but when you become an adult, you've at least got to become good at faking it!

Moving to Mustang
+

Mustang is only minutes from the population center of Oklahoma City, but its smaller population avoids the typical undesirable aspects sometimes seen in larger cities. This quickly growing city is perfect for those who want to find apartments that are close to everything in large cities but far enough away to avoid the downfalls of actually living in one. Don't get too excited, though; if you don't properly prepare for the move, you could be sent on your merry little way.

When to start looking

You definitely want to give yourself at least a couple of months to look for places to live in Mustang. This will give you time to scout out different areas and actually find a place, and trust me, finding a place definitely won't be the easiest thing you ever do. The population here has grown pretty consistently since 1990, and it's become difficult for the supply of everything from apartments to townhouses for rent to keep up with demand. The bright side in all of this? About one of every four residents in Mustang is a renter, so you can rest assured that you'll be in good company. And if you don't like your neighbors, at least you're still in a pretty cool town.

When to make the move

You should probably aim for between March and May or September and November. Mustang is one of the special cities in America that can experience extreme high temperatures during the summer, hitting 113 degrees at one point in 1936, and extreme low temperatures during the winter, actually dropping to -17 degrees back in 1899. Your best bet of avoiding sweltering temperatures of icy roads during either of these seasons is to avoid both of them altogether. Of course, you could just ignore this advice and go whenever you want, but don't blame us for your heat stroke or frostbite.

What to bring along

Certain areas of Oklahoma City are the places to go if you're looking to get into any old apartment or house to rent, but if you want a great place with added safety, you want to aim for Mustang. This means showing up to your renter interview with referrals from former landlords and a good explanation if you don't have any. If you don't really have any rental experience, you should note this, but come prepared with proof of income and even a credit check to let them know that you're responsible. Okay, maybe you're not that responsible, but when you become an adult, you've at least got to become good at faking it!

Mustang Neighborhoods

Whether you're looking for a large house or just a studio for rent, you can bet that just about every area of Mustang has what you're looking for. Oh, and you should take a look at Mustang's perimeter shape. It's a perfect rectangle with intersecting highways, so you can easily divide the city up into quadrants and make your decision on where to live based on those specific areas. Or you could just throw a dart at a map of the city and go from there. Either way, you'll find some pretty nifty things around.

Northeastern Mustang: This area has several residential communities, and you'll even find nice parks around such as Curtis Park. Don't fret, though; you're also right next to Silver Shopping Center. A perfect combination of industry and nature!

Southwestern Mustang: The subdivisions and areas in this quadrant of Mustang have large yards and plenty of wide open space. In addition, they've also got Lakehoma Acres Lake and Mustang Lake Number 1. Hey, don't look at us; we don't name them.

Northwestern Mustang: If you're in the western part of this area, around North Clear Springs Road, you've got an insane amount of open space. If you're further east, you're closer to your neighbors, but you've also got Wild Horse Park where the aquatic center, community center, and even an awesome climbing wall are located.

Southeastern Mustang: This area is intersected by Highway 4, and this makes it quite simple to hit Interstate 44 and head south. On top of that, you'll find various housing choices, whether you're looking for a large home or just a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, along with Meadow Brook Park and Meadows Park.

Mustang Neighborhoods
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Whether you're looking for a large house or just a studio for rent, you can bet that just about every area of Mustang has what you're looking for. Oh, and you should take a look at Mustang's perimeter shape. It's a perfect rectangle with intersecting highways, so you can easily divide the city up into quadrants and make your decision on where to live based on those specific areas. Or you could just throw a dart at a map of the city and go from there. Either way, you'll find some pretty nifty things around.

Northeastern Mustang: This area has several residential communities, and you'll even find nice parks around such as Curtis Park. Don't fret, though; you're also right next to Silver Shopping Center. A perfect combination of industry and nature!

Southwestern Mustang: The subdivisions and areas in this quadrant of Mustang have large yards and plenty of wide open space. In addition, they've also got Lakehoma Acres Lake and Mustang Lake Number 1. Hey, don't look at us; we don't name them.

Northwestern Mustang: If you're in the western part of this area, around North Clear Springs Road, you've got an insane amount of open space. If you're further east, you're closer to your neighbors, but you've also got Wild Horse Park where the aquatic center, community center, and even an awesome climbing wall are located.

Southeastern Mustang: This area is intersected by Highway 4, and this makes it quite simple to hit Interstate 44 and head south. On top of that, you'll find various housing choices, whether you're looking for a large home or just a 1 bedroom apartment for rent, along with Meadow Brook Park and Meadows Park.

Living in Mustang

There's not much to dislike about Mustang. It's a quiet little peaceful community getaway from the headaches of the big city. Don't get all emotional on us, but it's sort of like seeing an old homestead movie from the '50s. All right, you can shed a tear. The beauty and tranquility of the area, though, isn't its only draw. If it were, people could just live in the forest, although there aren't many of those around Oklahoma in general.

In-Your-Face History

Mustang is a history lesson in and of itself, but they've got a few places you can check out for a more focused approach. Check out the Mustang Historical Society attractions and the Mustang Veterans Memorial.

Peaceful Yet Happening

People come to Mustang for the peace and quiet it offers away from Oklahoma City. This doesn't mean the larger city isn't necessary, though; in fact, many people take refuge in Mustang after working all day in the city. In fact, it's actually known as a bedroom community.

Pet Lovers Rejoice

Plenty of townspeople head to Wild Horse Park to take in the beauty of their city, and fortunately, they can take their little family members with them. The Mustang Dog Park is actually within the more popular park.

Camping in the Great Plains

There aren't many chances for camping in Mustang unless you live in one of the areas with vast amounts of open land. Just a few minutes away, though, you can enjoy the outdoors at Council Road RV Park.

Living in Mustang
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There's not much to dislike about Mustang. It's a quiet little peaceful community getaway from the headaches of the big city. Don't get all emotional on us, but it's sort of like seeing an old homestead movie from the '50s. All right, you can shed a tear. The beauty and tranquility of the area, though, isn't its only draw. If it were, people could just live in the forest, although there aren't many of those around Oklahoma in general.

In-Your-Face History

Mustang is a history lesson in and of itself, but they've got a few places you can check out for a more focused approach. Check out the Mustang Historical Society attractions and the Mustang Veterans Memorial.

Peaceful Yet Happening

People come to Mustang for the peace and quiet it offers away from Oklahoma City. This doesn't mean the larger city isn't necessary, though; in fact, many people take refuge in Mustang after working all day in the city. In fact, it's actually known as a bedroom community.

Pet Lovers Rejoice

Plenty of townspeople head to Wild Horse Park to take in the beauty of their city, and fortunately, they can take their little family members with them. The Mustang Dog Park is actually within the more popular park.

Camping in the Great Plains

There aren't many chances for camping in Mustang unless you live in one of the areas with vast amounts of open land. Just a few minutes away, though, you can enjoy the outdoors at Council Road RV Park.