Tarpon Springs Real Estate Florida
Tarpon Springs is composed of delightful residential areas, clustered around beautiful saltwater bayous and other waterways. The community is a mixture of new subdivisions and graceful old mansions.
There is plenty to see and do, from the world famous Sponge Docks to deep sea fishing, from antique shops in the historic downtown area to championship golf, from walking around Spring Bayou to watching the sunset on the Gulf of Mexico.
The community is permanently enriched by the Mediterranean heritage brought at the turn of the century by Greek sponge divers and their families.
The feast of Epiphany on January 6th, the largest such celebration in the U.S., attracts spectators from all over the country.
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Forecast for Tarpon Springs, FL
1. In Style
Households that are In Style live in affluent neighborhoods of metropolitan areas. More suburban than urban, these households nevertheless embrace an urbane lifestyle, favoring townhomes over the traditional single-family houses.
Professional couples predominate, with high labor force participation, and fewer children. Median age is about 38 years.
2. Silver and Gold
These are the wealthiest seniors, predominantly retired from professional occupations, with a median age of 58 years.
Their affluence has afforded relocation to sunnier climates. More than half live in the South, mainly in Florida. California and Arizona are also popular.
A quarter of the homes are located in the West. Neighborhoods are exclusive, with median home value over $276,000 and a high share of seasonal housing.
3. Suburban Splendor
These successful suburbanites are the epitome of upward mobility, just a couple rungs below the top and situated recently in growing neighborhoods of affluent homes with a median home value over $377,000.
Most are two-income families with children. The household population is younger, median age of 40 years, well educated and well employed.
Source: ESRI Business Information Solutions