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Home to over 13,000 happy residents, the residents of Miami, Oklahoma, are proud of the city’s rich heritage, which was named after the Miami Native American tribe (pronounced my-am-uh). Located in Ottawa County in the northeast region of Oklahoma near the state border, and about an hour drive form the Tulsa metro area, residents of Miami are fortunate to live in an area where the economy is strong and steady, the recreational opportunities are endless, and where annual events encourage residents to come out to greet each other and catch up. Like the economy, the real estate market in Miami is strong, not to mention affordable and abundant. Prospective buyers will have their selection of single-family homes, farms, ranches, some waterfront homes and golf course homes to choose from.

Miami features a rich Native American cultural heritage, with nine area tribes including Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Wyandotte, Seneca-Cayuga, Eastern Shawnee, and Loyal Shawnee located in or near the area. Residents and visitors can learn more about each of these tribes at the Dobson Museum, located just off of Route 66. Speaking of Route 66, this famed highway runs through Miami and Ottawa County for about 13 miles. Spoonbill fishing is a popular pastime in this part of Ottawa County, which is abundant in both the Spring and Neosho Rivers. If you’d rather stay on land, the Peoria Ridge Golf Course and the Miami Golf & Country Club offer challenging courses and amenities for both the duffer and Arnold Palmer in your life.

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Miami’s housing market is primarily anchored by a fine selection of detached, single-family homes and some multi-family properties. Many of the properties include brick exteriors—perfect for keeping the interior of your home warm. Prices for homes in the suburban neighborhoods and subdivisions of Miami can be found starting from just under $110,000 to under $300,000. Many homes are situated on impressively sized treed lots, which is ideal for the buyer looking to turn their home into a ranch or farm property. Some properties are large enough to be converted into bed and breakfasts. Some golf course homes, investment properties, and homes within retirement communities are also available for purchase.

Miami Real Estate Stats and Trends for the week of February 15th, 2019: homes priced around $86,652 compared to $86,652 the previous week, to remain steady with no change in listing price.  For Friday, February 15th, the current national mortgage rate for a 30 year fixed mortgage is 4.51%; the 15 year fixed rate is at 3.90%. For a loan larger than conventional conforming loans, or 'jumbo' loan, the 30 year rate is 4.41%, while the 15 year jumbo rate currently is at 4.12%.

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