Pinellas Park Real Estate Florida
Pinellas Park was established as a town back in June of 1914. Forty-five years later we established ourselves as a city on June 19, 1959. It is governed by a City Council and Manager.
The law making body is the City Council which consists of one (1) Mayor and four (4) Council Members elected at large and governed by the City Charter, and other State and County Codes.
The City Manager oversees the day to day operations of the City and answers to the City Council.
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Forecast for Pinellas Park, FL
1. Rustbelt Traditions
Rustbelt Traditions are the mainstay of the older, industrial cities in the states along the Great Lakes. They are the backbone of the manufacturing and transportation industries that sustain the local economy.
The majority of households in this market are owner occupied in modest, single family homes with a median value of $93,000.
The median age is 36 years, with a mix of family and household types, including not only married couples, but also a high proportion of single-parent households and singles. Median household income is $43,800.
2. Great Expectations
Young singles and married couple families dominate this large urban market. The median age of the population is 33 years. There is a high proportion of householders in their twenties.
Labor force participation is high, and they are pursuing a variety of careers, primarily in manufacturing, retail and other service sectors.
Home ownership is increasing. Almost half now own single-family homes with a median home value of $95,500.
The rest still rent in small multi-unit buildings. Their neighborhoods are older suburbs, with most homes built before 1960.
3. Midlife Junction
Somewhere between the child-rearing years and retirement lies the Midlife Junction. Few households still have children.
Most of the labor force is still employed, but approaching retirement. Almost a third are already drawing retirement income.
Most still own their homes, but many have moved into multi-unit apartment buildings. The housing market is a mix of single-family homes and low-density apartments, somewhere between urban and rural.
The residents of Midlife Junction have a median age of 40 years and a median household income of $42,900.
Source: ESRI Business Information Solutions