Opportunity Zones are low-income census tracts certified by the U.S. Department of the Treasury. There are 117 designated Opportunity Zones with in Oklahoma, including in the cities of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Norman.
Learn more about financing your Opportunity Zone project in Oklahoma, with Qualified Opportunity Fund equity investments.
Why develop your project in an Opportunity Zone in Oklahoma with OZone Financing Solutions?
OZone Financing Solutions can help you source investment capital to develop your project in Oklahoma. Opportunity Zones connect private-sector investment to low-income communities, which means you can finance your project in Oklahoma and stimulate the local economy. An Opportunity Zone investment is a great way to benefit both investors and communities in Oklahoma, such as Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area and Tulsa City Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Visit our Opportunity Zone development guide to learn about developing Qualified Opportunity Zone property and to discover how OZone Financing Solutions can benefit your project in Oklahoma.
We will work with you to simplify the Opportunity Zone process in Oklahoma.
To successfully secure Opportunity Zone equity investment, you may need to use multiple types of capital in the final capital stack for your project. You’ll also need to establish a Qualified Opportunity Fund and market your Opportunity Zone project. OZone Financing Solutions can provide you with a turnkey, one-stop-shop solution to simplify the process.OZone Financing provides best-in-class quality, speed, and coordination for project structuring and legal documentation as well as a full marketing and fundraising package.
What areas in Oklahoma qualify as an Opportunity Zone?
Our free Opportunity Zone Map will show where designated Opportunity Zones are located within Oklahoma.
Ozone Financing’s Opportunity Zone map
If your project is located within a designated Opportunity Zone in Oklahoma, you should familiarize yourself with the requirements for becoming a Qualified Opportunity Zone property.
Oklahoma and its economic climate are vibrant.
Oklahoma is an attractive destination for visitors, university students, and investors. Well-known landmarks and cities, such as Holy Family Cathedral and Oklahoma City, attract tourists to the area, and The University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University draw students from across the United States and around the world. Additionally, Oklahoma has embraced Opportunity Zones as a great source of potential growth for the U.S. economy and for low-income communities. Opportunity Zones provide strong returns for investors while providing communities with much-needed development capital and jobs. Oklahoma has a GDP of $189.16 billion, which ranks 30th in the United States.
The State of Oklahoma covers an area of 69,899 square miles, including 9 major cities, with a total population of 3,943,079 and 117 Opportunity Zones. It is the 35th-most densely populated state in the United States.
According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the State of Oklahoma had a population of approximately 2,802,000 over the age of 16. Of this, approximately 1,755,000 people are in the labor force of Oklahoma, with 1,631,000 who are employed and 124,000 unemployed. Unemployment statistics for the State of Oklahoma in 2015 show average unemployment at 4.4%. Monthly unemployment rates in Oklahoma were 4.4% in October 2015, 4.5% in November 2015, and 4.6% in December 2015.
Our EB5AN State of Oklahoma regional center offers a unique alternative source of capital.
Our EB5AN State of Oklahoma EB-5 regional center covers Opportunity Zones in Cleveland and Oklahoma counties, which create a unique opportunity to further incentivize investors and diversify your project’s sources of capital. Through the EB-5 Program, qualified foreign investors can invest in a USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center projects to gain permanent resident status in the United States. Our EB5AN State of Oklahoma regional center offers geographic coverage of Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Norman, including the areas of Jefferson Park, Brady Arts District, and Veterans Dr (Norman). The Oklahoma City metropolitan statistical area encompasses Canadian, Cleveland, Grady, Lincoln, Logan, McClain and Oklahoma counties in Oklahoma.
Discover the benefits of developing your project in a Qualified Opportunity Zone.
Given Oklahoma’s large population, becoming a Qualified Opportunity Zone business would create measurable benefits in your community. You would stimulate the local economy, there by reducing the number of unemployed people in Oklahoma.
Contact OZone Financing Solutions today to learn more about developing an Opportunity Zone project in Oklahoma.
Call 1-833-886-9663 or e-mail at info@OzoneFinancing.com .