Broken Arrow has a lot to offer as far as the housing industry goes. It has a lot to offer its approximately 100,000 residents other than housing as well. Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is one of those cities with small town charm and big city comforts. The city is surrounded by nature, and works to preserve that. You can stop to smell the roses at Ray Harrel Nature Park, Haikey Creek Park or one of the many other nature preserves around. The small town charm doesn't end with nature. You can feel the charm when you walk downtown. The area has recently been revitalized and dubbed the Rose District. It offers a chance to look at history at the Broken Arrow Historical Society Museum. This museum helps emphasize the history that made Broken Arrow what it is today.

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In 1902 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma started out as an agriculture town. Located in northeastern Oklahoma, Broken Arrow's economy is now much more diverse. Most of the homes in the area were built after 1990, which means that they will have newer amenities. The styles available are varied, but include traditional ranch, mid-Century modern, Tudor, Country French, log cabin, Spanish, Mediterranean and so much more. You can find single family homes to buy or rent along with townhomes and apartments.

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