The average monthly rent of apartments in Norman, OK is $1,067.
The average monthly rent of apartments in Norman, OK is $1,067.
About 29% of apartment rents in Norman, OK range between $1,001-$1,500. Meanwhile, apartments priced over $1,501-$2,000 represent 10% of apartments. Around 43% of Norman’s apartments are in the $701-$1,000 price range. 13% of apartments are priced between $501-$700.
Compared to the national average rent of $1,706, the average rent in Norman, OK is $1,067.
Prices and availability in Norman, OK were last updated on 8 Dec 2022.
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The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Norman, OK is between $575 and $2,150. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Norman, OK now.
The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Norman, OK is between $575 and $2,555. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Norman, OK.
The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Norman, OK is between $820 and $2,139. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Norman, OK.
In Norman, 47% of the residents are renting compared to 53% owning a home, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Large-scale apartment buildings with more than 50 units represent 8% of Norman’s rentals, 58% are small-scale complexes with under 50 units, and 32% are single-family rentals.
The average age of rental buildings in Norman is 29 years old, with 40% being newer apartment buildings completed since 2000. The average height of apartment buildings in the city is 2 stories, of which 98% are garden-style apartment communities, 2% are mid-sized buildings, and none are high-rises. These characteristics describe large-scale apartment communities of 50 apartments or more.
Rental apartments in Norman come in a range of sizes and floorplans. Studio apartments represent 4% of units for rent, ideal for singles, renters on a budget and people who value central locations more than space. Rentals with 1-bedroom floorplans make up 32% of the total apartments in the city, while 2-bedroom floorplans represent around 48% of all rentals in Norman. The rest are larger floorplans with 3 bedrooms or more, typically preferred by families, larger households or roommates sharing space.
Located some 20 miles directly south of Oklahoma City, Norman is a city and the county seat of Cleveland County. Norman is home to many state and federal weather agencies under the National Weather Center and is known for its vibrant food and art scene, music festivals and affordable housing. The city has a humid subtropical climate, with hot and muggy summers and snowy and windy winters. Average temperatures in Norman vary between 27°F and 93°F, and the city gets 237 sunny days and 40 inches of rain per year. With its highly rated public schools, quiet neighborhoods and good job opportunities, Norman is a great renting spot for both families and young professionals.
Norman has dense suburban residential areas, and most residents own their homes. Still, the city offers rental options across its 16 neighborhoods. Larsh/Miller, First Courthouse, Old Silk Stocking and Original Townsite are good renting choices for families raising children, while centrally located neighborhoods attract a crowd of young professionals who want to live close to all the amenities the city’s downtown has to offer. For renters who are on a budget, there are more affordable rental apartments in the eastern part of the city. In Norman, landlords are required to send a 24-hour notice before entering a renter's apartment and a 48-hour eviction notice. Landlords are also required to handle major repairs and keep the rental unit habitable, while renters typically take care of minor repairs.
Norman, OK has a population of 124,086 according to the most recent data from the U.S. Census Bureau. 62,593 of Norman’s residents are women and 61,493 are men. The median age of those who live in Norman, OK is 30.9.
Norman has a wide range of shopping and nightlife options, from large shopping malls and regional centers to bars, clubs and brewing companies. Some of the major shopping centers in the city include the Sooner Mall, Robinson Crossing Shopping Center, Main Center, Alameda Square, University Town Center, Main District Norman, Heritage Plaza and Carriage Plaza Shopping Mall. Renters also have access to major department stores including Kohl's, JCPenney, T.J. Maxx, Target, Walmart, Ross Dress for Less, Bed Bath & Beyond, HomeGoods, and more. The most popular grocery stores in Norman are Sprouts Farmers Market, Aldi, Homeland, Walmart, Crest Fresh Market, Target Grocery, to name just a few. Downtown Norman is the best place to visit cafes, shop at stylish boutiques and enjoy the arts and entertainment scene.
According to U.S. Census data, there are 48,977 households in Norman, OK. 27,919 are family households and 21,058 are non-family households. There are 14,082 households with children in Norman and 34,895 households without children. On average, about 2.37 people live in a household in Norman, OK.
Norman is a car-dependent city, though some neighborhoods like Larsh/Miller, Old Silk Stocking and University are quite walkable. Renters have access to high-quality public transportation like paratransit and fixed-route buses in partnership with EMBARK. The transit services in the city are operating fare-free except notified otherwise. Other transportation services are provided by the University of Oklahoma Campus Service and Go Norman Transit Plan. For convenience, renters also have access to ridesharing apps like Uber and Lyft, as well as car rental services and airport shuttles. For air travel, the closest airport to Norman is the Max Westheimer Airport, conveniently located just under 3 miles away from the city center. In addition, Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers International Airport, located 22 miles away, operates both domestic and international flights.
The level of education of the population of Norman, OK is as follows: 2% have no high school education, 26% completed some high school, 25% partially completed college, 8% have an Associate Degree, 24% have a Bachelor Degree, and 16% have a Graduate Degree.
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