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Jacksonville Local Real Estate Market

The Real Estate in the Jacksonville Communities is flourishing as a result of more and more people migrating from the north and expanding our residential market making it one of the "hottest" areas in Florida's First Coast.

Jacksonville and surrounding areas offer a variety of housing options with opportunities to meet everyone's needs. We have several exclusive neighborhoods highlighting grand estate homes, golf courses, manned gates and more. Families are also attracted to the Jacksonville area due to the excellent school system and athletic programs. As you can see, Jacksonville have it all! Just call me with your needs and I will match you with your perfect home.

  • Land Area: 601 square miles
  • Persons Per Square Mile (2000): 234.3
  • Population (2001 Estimates): 147,542
  • Population Increase, 1990-2000: 32.9%
  • College Graduates: 20.1%
  • Mean Travel Time to Work: 33.5 minutes
  • Median Household Income: $48,854
  • Factoid: In the early part of the 19th century, pirates sailing the St. Johns River often stopped at Green Cove Springs to refill their casks with fresh water. The spring they frequented, which still bubbles behind today's city hall, provides water for the municipal swimming pool.
  • Land Area: 774 square miles
  • Persons Per Square Mile (2000): 1,007
  • Population(2001 Estimates): 792,434
  • Population Increase, 1990-2000: 15.7%
  • College Graduates: 21.9%
  • Mean Travel Time to Work: 25.2 minutes
  • Median Household Income: $40,703
  • Factoid: The City of Jacksonville and Duval County adopted a consolidated government in 1968 following a grass-root campaign led by civic leaders outraged over corruption and inefficiency. The effort was later dubbed The Quiet Revolution.
  • Land Area: 652 square miles
  • Persons Per Square Mile (2000): 88.5
  • Population (2001 Estimates): 59,830
  • Population Increase, 1990-2000: 31.2%
  • College Graduates: 18.9%
  • Mean Travel Time to Work: 28.2 minutes
  • Median Household Income: $46,022
  • Factoid: The neighborhood just north of Centre Street in Fernandina beach was dubbed "the silk stocking district" in the late 1800s because people who lived there could afford to buy the uncommon luxury item. The stockings fell out of style, but the name has endured.
  • Land Area: 609 square miles
  • Persons Per Square Mile (2000): 202.2
  • Population (2001 Estimates): 131,684
  • Population Increase, 1990-2000: 46.9%
  • College Graduates: 33.1%
  • Mean Travel Time to Work: 26.3 minutes
  • Median Household Income: $50,09
  • Factoid: During the World War II, four Nazi saboteurs carrying cash and explosives paddled to shore from a German submarine off Ponte Vedra Beach. Their mission, dubbed "Operation Pastorious," was to commit acts of terrorism in large cities. However, all were captured when two of the Germans alerted federal authorities.

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