Seminole County may be the third smallest county in Florida, but real estate “wise” it is one of the hottest areas of all of Florida to buy a house. As with the rest of Central Florida and the Orlando Metropolitan area, home sale prices are rising at an extraordinary rate and houses are selling faster than ever before. Seminole County’s positioning between Orange County and Volusia County has resulted in it becoming one of Florida’s fastest growing counties. People relocating to Central Florida view Seminole County as a diverse and progressive center for both economic growth and for residing in. With great roads and easy access to Downtown Orlando, Disney World and the beaches on both coasts, the county also offers great schools, excellent shopping and fine restaurants to its residents.?With an unemployment rate well below the national average and a high per capita income, the county is one of the most attractive areas to live in the entire Orlando Metro area.

Seminole County Real Estate Statistics

The county is comprised of the following cities and unincorporated communities:
Cities -?Altamonte Springs, Casselberry, Lake Mary, Longwood, Oviedo, Sanford and Winter Springs.
Unincorporated Communities -?Black Hammock, Chuluota, Fern Park, Forest City, Geneva,?Heathrow, Midway,?Wekiwa Springs,?Bertha,?Indian Mound Village, Lake Monroe,?Slavia,?Sanlando Springs,?Taintsville and Tuskawilla.

It has a population of roughly over 430,000 residents, and has grown by an estimated 20% in the past decade. With an average of 477 houses per square mile, that equates to more land per house for each home owner compared to other counties in Central Florida.
The racial makeup of the county is roughly 80% White, 7% Black or African American and about 11% Hispanic or Latino.

The average household size was just over 2.5 and the average family size was 3 per household.
Just over 40% of the residents had children in their household and roughly 10% of the population is 65 years old or more.

According to both?Zillow?and Trullia there are currently slightly more than 2,500 homes for sale in Seminole County. The listing prices vary from a low of only $119,000 to a high of over $4,500.00. The average house sold for roughly $250,000 so far in 2017. The current foreclosure rate is less than one-tenth of a percent (1 in every 978) which means that the population is economically well off and very stable.

Looking for a Home in Seminole County? Talk To Lynda First!

If you’ve decided that Seminole County is where you want to live and are looking to purchase a home there, call Lynda Miller today at (407) 620-2924 or contact her Online now. With over 20 years of experience in the Orlando real estate market and in particular Seminole County, Lynda’s clients all say it best: Lynda found them them the perfect house to make their home! Find out why Linda?was selected as one of Orlando’s Top 100 Realtors by Orlando Magazine for 2017 for yourself. Let Lynda help you find the perfect house, as she’s done for so many other satisfied home buyers. There is a difference in Central Florida’s realtors and Lynda truly is a Real Estate All-Star Agent!

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