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Jacksonville Real Estate Facts and Amenities

Jacksonville, Florida, which is located precisely in the northern part of Florida, has about 15,361 properties in foreclosure.

During September 2013, the number of foreclosure filings increased by 8% from August 2013 and declined by 1% from the year before, which is not much of a difference.

Home sales declined by around 50% in August 2013 from July 2013 and 44% from the year prior.

Non-distressed homes are sold for an average price of $121,000 and a distressed home is sold for $64,900. This is 46% lower than the average price of a distressed home, which makes up somewhat for the high number of foreclosure properties.

Jacksonville, Florida is that state’s largest city and is both a major commerce and military deep-water port. It also is a good place to go to the beach and is a thriving metropolitan area in Florida.

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Jacksonville Demographics and Housing Info

739,523 people. This is the number of population in Jacksonville. The region is divided, in terms of racial composition as: 63.05% whites, 4.00% Hispanic, followed by 28.58% blacks, 2.72% Asians, 0.32% Indians and 1.33% other races. Jacksonville population has a median age of 21 years.

Nowadays, based on Census, you may find 6,207 households per zipcode. In Jacksonville, the average value of a home is $57,118. 2 people are the regular composition of a family in Jacksonville. The city has an average income of $25,231 in relation to household.

The city has 22,284 business places. Working in these business places, there is a number of 408,023 employees. These employees receive $332,896 per year as payroll.