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1 Apartments for rent in Wagoner, OK

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River Pointe Apartments
1199 SW 15th St, Wagoner, OK
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A great location in Wagoner, OK make River Pointe Apartments one of the most desirable communities. Exceptional amenities and spacious apartment homes await you.
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In Wagoner, the median rent is $467 for a studio, $553 for a 1-bedroom, $714 for a 2-bedroom, and $963 for a 3-bedroom. For more information on rental trends in Wagoner, check out our monthly Wagoner Rent Report.
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Median Rent in Wagoner

Last updated Feb. 2016
The median rent for a 1 bedroom apartment in Wagoner is $553, while the median rent for a 2 bedroom apartment is $714.
Studio
$467
1 Bed
$553
2 Beds
$714
City GuideWagoner
Wagoner's been home to some pretty famous folks! Notable former residents include singer Bob Bogle, actress Shelby Grant, pitcher Willis Hudlin, tv star Roger Raglin, and musician Thomas Sleeper.
Wagoner's been home to some pretty famous folks! Notable former residents include singer Bob Bogle, actress Shelby Grant, pitcher Willis Hudlin, tv star Roger Raglin, and musician Thomas Sleeper.

Wagoner, Oklahoma, is the heart of Oklahoma's Green County. It's right on the edge of Fort Gibson Lake, which makes it the perfect city if you enjoy a peaceful time and a chance to go boating or fishing. It is close to Tulsa and Muskogee, which gives it the advantage of the small town lifestyle, while being close to other large and major cities. The city prides itself on its small town feel and its great environment. If you're into a small city with large rolling hills and beautiful scenic views, well than Wagoner is the city for you.

Moving to Wagoner, OK

Moving into Wagoner is a relatively simple process. Before you get everything settled, you will want to make sure that you have a moving company ready to help you out. This is mainly because Wagoner is a small city, and it can be hard to find moving companies.

Looking for a home mainly should involve you looking for the exact kind of home you want and talking to the locals. You will get to know your neighbors rather well, so make sure you like the area and the people before you move in there. In small cities such as Wagoner, people are accustomed to getting to know each other extremely well.

You should also be aware that many of the houses in Wagoner are slightly older. Many of them may look good, but older houses can sometimes have some hidden problems. Make sure that you completely understand what problems the house may have before you purchase it. You don't want to end up with a home that has a lot of problems; homes with big issues can cost thousands of dollars to fix. If you are unsure as to what to look for, you may want to consider hiring a professional to check out the home before you purchase it, which can be worth it, especially in the long run. There are also many mobile homes in the neighborhood. If you are not experienced with these homes but are considering buying one, you may want to consider a professional's help as well.

Looking for an apartment to rent in Wagoner, OK is a relatively simple process. The easiest thing to do is to first check online to see what offers are available. You can then compare the offers based on reviews and prices that you see. When you go to Wagoner, feel free to ask residents of apartment complexes what they think about it. This can help you make a better decision since you can get firsthand knowledge of what it is like to live there.

Whether you are looking at renting a 2 bedroom apartment or a one bedroom apartment, you will need to have the same things prepared as if you were buying a house. Having good credit can once again save you a lot of money, and you should have a deposit ready to put down on the apartment.

Before you sign a contract, make sure that you entirely understand the agreement. This will save you a lot of headaches and arguments that may occur in the future. If you don't understand something, make sure that somebody explains it to you. If they won't, just leave; it's not worth working with anyone who is unwilling to be professional with you.

Neighborhoods in Wagoner, OK

Since Wagoner is a small city, there are technically no neighborhoods. Instead, the whole city is considered one complete neighborhood. It is also a relatively relaxed, slower paced neighborhood, which has to do with its size and the fact that most people don't drive to get around in Wagoner. The city is small enough that most people find that they can walk to get their groceries and perform most of their daily tasks. If you want to know more about the particular geographic regions in town, check out some helpful info below.

Northern Wagoner: The northern part of Wagoner is very rural, and it's probably not the place you'll find your new hi-rise condo. It might be a good place to rent a farm home, though! The most noted site in this area is Elmwood Cemetery.

Southern Wagoner: The southern area of town is its busiest. There are lots of businesses in this part of towns, as well as apartments to rent. If you like dining out, enjoy restaurants here like Main Street Cafe, Los Tequilas, and Boomerang Diner.

Living in Wagoner, OK

Wagoner has a population of just over 8,000 people. This does not include the many people who live out by Fort Gibson Lake and in the rural areas. The city began back in 1887 when William McAnally built a small hotel. Over time, the city grew, and in 1895, there was a small town and newspaper in Wagoner. Today, it still has that same small city feel that the people of Wagoner have always loved. Thanks to highways and freeways, it is now considered a bedroom community for Tulsa and Muskogee, which allows residents to live in a small city, yet still work in a larger and more industrious one.

There's plenty to do in Wagoner, even though it's a small place. Check out nearby Cherokee Landing State Park if you like spending time outside, or enjoy hunting at Cook Hills State Game Range. You can also enjoy sports and picnics in the small but lovely Maple Park. Ultimately, if you want big city fun, you can head to nearby Tulsa. The city's just 40 miles away and home to awesome attractions like the Oklahoma Aquarium.

Living in Wagoner is a peaceful experience. The community is extremely friendly, and you can expect to get to know your neighbors very well. If you are looking for a community with a small commute and a beautiful lake to visit, well then you found your place in Wagoner.

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City GuideWagoner
Wagoner's been home to some pretty famous folks! Notable former residents include singer Bob Bogle, actress Shelby Grant, pitcher Willis Hudlin, tv star Roger Raglin, and musician Thomas Sleeper.
Wagoner's been home to some pretty famous folks! Notable former residents include singer Bob Bogle, actress Shelby Grant, pitcher Willis Hudlin, tv star Roger Raglin, and musician Thomas Sleeper.

Wagoner, Oklahoma, is the heart of Oklahoma's Green County. It's right on the edge of Fort Gibson Lake, which makes it the perfect city if you enjoy a peaceful time and a chance to go boating or fishing. It is close to Tulsa and Muskogee, which gives it the advantage of the small town lifestyle, while being close to other large and major cities. The city prides itself on its small town feel and its great environment. If you're into a small city with large rolling hills and beautiful scenic views, well than Wagoner is the city for you.

Moving to Wagoner, OK

Moving into Wagoner is a relatively simple process. Before you get everything settled, you will want to make sure that you have a moving company ready to help you out. This is mainly because Wagoner is a small city, and it can be hard to find moving companies.

Looking for a home mainly should involve you looking for the exact kind of home you want and talking to the locals. You will get to know your neighbors rather well, so make sure you like the area and the people before you move in there. In small cities such as Wagoner, people are accustomed to getting to know each other extremely well.

You should also be aware that many of the houses in Wagoner are slightly older. Many of them may look good, but older houses can sometimes have some hidden problems. Make sure that you completely understand what problems the house may have before you purchase it. You don't want to end up with a home that has a lot of problems; homes with big issues can cost thousands of dollars to fix. If you are unsure as to what to look for, you may want to consider hiring a professional to check out the home before you purchase it, which can be worth it, especially in the long run. There are also many mobile homes in the neighborhood. If you are not experienced with these homes but are considering buying one, you may want to consider a professional's help as well.

Looking for an apartment to rent in Wagoner, OK is a relatively simple process. The easiest thing to do is to first check online to see what offers are available. You can then compare the offers based on reviews and prices that you see. When you go to Wagoner, feel free to ask residents of apartment complexes what they think about it. This can help you make a better decision since you can get firsthand knowledge of what it is like to live there.

Whether you are looking at renting a 2 bedroom apartment or a one bedroom apartment, you will need to have the same things prepared as if you were buying a house. Having good credit can once again save you a lot of money, and you should have a deposit ready to put down on the apartment.

Before you sign a contract, make sure that you entirely understand the agreement. This will save you a lot of headaches and arguments that may occur in the future. If you don't understand something, make sure that somebody explains it to you. If they won't, just leave; it's not worth working with anyone who is unwilling to be professional with you.

Neighborhoods in Wagoner, OK

Since Wagoner is a small city, there are technically no neighborhoods. Instead, the whole city is considered one complete neighborhood. It is also a relatively relaxed, slower paced neighborhood, which has to do with its size and the fact that most people don't drive to get around in Wagoner. The city is small enough that most people find that they can walk to get their groceries and perform most of their daily tasks. If you want to know more about the particular geographic regions in town, check out some helpful info below.

Northern Wagoner: The northern part of Wagoner is very rural, and it's probably not the place you'll find your new hi-rise condo. It might be a good place to rent a farm home, though! The most noted site in this area is Elmwood Cemetery.

Southern Wagoner: The southern area of town is its busiest. There are lots of businesses in this part of towns, as well as apartments to rent. If you like dining out, enjoy restaurants here like Main Street Cafe, Los Tequilas, and Boomerang Diner.

Living in Wagoner, OK

Wagoner has a population of just over 8,000 people. This does not include the many people who live out by Fort Gibson Lake and in the rural areas. The city began back in 1887 when William McAnally built a small hotel. Over time, the city grew, and in 1895, there was a small town and newspaper in Wagoner. Today, it still has that same small city feel that the people of Wagoner have always loved. Thanks to highways and freeways, it is now considered a bedroom community for Tulsa and Muskogee, which allows residents to live in a small city, yet still work in a larger and more industrious one.

There's plenty to do in Wagoner, even though it's a small place. Check out nearby Cherokee Landing State Park if you like spending time outside, or enjoy hunting at Cook Hills State Game Range. You can also enjoy sports and picnics in the small but lovely Maple Park. Ultimately, if you want big city fun, you can head to nearby Tulsa. The city's just 40 miles away and home to awesome attractions like the Oklahoma Aquarium.

Living in Wagoner is a peaceful experience. The community is extremely friendly, and you can expect to get to know your neighbors very well. If you are looking for a community with a small commute and a beautiful lake to visit, well then you found your place in Wagoner.