Tulsa County OK Land for Sale - Page 1 of 27

Oklahoma Land Information
The value of all farms, ranches and other land for sale in Oklahoma's Tulsa County recently was $14 million, representing a combined 1,418 acres of land for sale in Tulsa County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($464,045) of land and rural real estate for sale in Tulsa County was 22 percent cheaper than the average for other land currently for sale throughout the state. Located in Northeast Oklahoma, Tulsa County is the 66th biggest county (570 square miles) in the Sooner State. Land for sale in Tulsa County equals less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Sooner State based on combined acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Tulsa County. Agriculturally, farms in the county depend principally on livestock such as cattle and poultry. Economically speaking, Tulsa County's is largely dependent on mining and mineral extraction-related businesses and services.



Oklahoma Land Information
The value of all farms, ranches and other land for sale in Oklahoma's Tulsa County recently was $14 million, representing a combined 1,418 acres of land for sale in Tulsa County. Based on recent listing data from Land And Farm, the average price ($464,045) of land and rural real estate for sale in Tulsa County was 22 percent cheaper than the average for other land currently for sale throughout the state. Located in Northeast Oklahoma, Tulsa County is the 66th biggest county (570 square miles) in the Sooner State. Land for sale in Tulsa County equals less than one percent of land, homesites and other rural acreage for sale on Land And Farm in the Sooner State based on combined acreage. A region that's popular with hunters and outdoor-sports enthusiasts, hunting land is the most common type of land for sale in Tulsa County. Agriculturally, farms in the county depend principally on livestock such as cattle and poultry. Economically speaking, Tulsa County's is largely dependent on mining and mineral extraction-related businesses and services.