Top real estate markets like San Francisco, Seattle and Boston have benefitted from favorable demographics and buoyant economies during the recovery. But what about, say, Oklahoma City?
Tech and energy booms and population shifts are spreading recovery to a growing list of secondary and tertiary real estate markets—including the capital of Oklahoma—according to “The Top Trends and Markets to Watch
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