Real estate opportunities in Tallahassee, Florida

Tallahassee has potential real estate opportunities due to college town amenities, surrounding countryside and educated population. Notable attractions include Tallahassee Museum, Museum of Florida History and Florida State Capitol. The average income of Tallahassee resident is $23,950 per year and the median household income being $39,410 per year.



Tallahassee public schools spend around $10,200 per year with 15.5 students per teacher.

Tallahassee unemployment rate 3.7% but jobs have seen increase by 2.1%.



Tallahassee has warm and humid summers and mild and cloudy winters.

Average income tax in Tallahassee is around 0.0% with sales tax around 7.6% overall.



Tallahassee has around 188,470 people with growth of about 6.7% in last 2 decades.

Tallahassee has few notable forests, mainly the Apalachicola National Forest.

Tallahasse is a southern city with dignified buildings and grid streets with a canopy of large trees, forests and cotton fields outside of town. Pros include a few college-town amenities, particularly sports, nightlife and healthcare facilities and high educational attainment. Tallahassee has good home values and neighborhoods and the area is starting to become more popular for retirees looking for a pleasant climate and less crowded environment. Outdoor recreation opportunities lie in the Apalachicola National Forest and beach areas just south of town. It is a good time to invest in as well as to buy properties in Tallahassee with home appreciation being 6.15% during the last decade and the median home cost averaging $176,810.

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