1844 Sw Hudson St, Port St Lucie
Saint Johns County Real Estate - Port Saint Lucie
Port Saint Lucie is in South East Florida. It's population as recorded in the 2010 Census was 164,603.
The median age for residents of Port Saint Lucie is 39.8. Around 35.8% of Port Saint Lucie households include school aged children and 30% of households include individuals aged 65 years or over. Census records indicate 74.2% of the Port Saint Lucie population are White, 16.3% are Black or African American, .3% American Indian, 1.9% Asian and 3% are Two or more Races.
There are 70,877 housing units in Port Saint Lucie. 9,975 (14%) of these were reported as vacant in the 2010 Census. Port Saint Lucie is a tourist destination, 25% (2,503) of it's vacant housing units were classed as seasonal, recreational or for occasional use. There are 14,693 residential rental units in Port Saint Lucie. 13,361 of them were occupied in 2010 providing a residential rental vacancy rate of 8.5%.
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St. Lucie County
St. Lucie County is part of the southeast Florida region along with Broward, Indian River, Miami-Dade, Martin, Monroe, and Palm Beach counties. Incorporated areas for St. Lucie County are Fort Pierce (county seat), Port St. Lucie, and St. Lucie Village. Other notable communities include Lakewood Park, Indian River Estates, River Park, and White City. The county?s population is over 275,000.
St. Lucie County lists manufacturing facilities, clean energy, professional and technical services, information industries, administrative and support services, and finance and insurance services among its target industries. The large number of biological research firms in the county sometimes leads to it being called the Research Coast. Cost of living in this area is 99.06, compared with Florida's 100.
Though the region was thinly populated as late as the 1950s, a series of planned communities in the 1960s created Port St. Lucie and resulted in a population explosion, doubling from the 2000 to 2010 Census. Over 160,000 people call Port St. Lucie home, making it the ninth-largest city in the state. In 2008, the Torrey Pines Institute for Molecular Studies opened a LEED-certified research center. Additionally, Mann Research Center is a 150-acre research park. Known for its golf, the city hosts three PGA tour courses that are open to the public.
The seat of St. Lucie County is Fort Pierce. The city's location near the Indian River Lagoon makes it a prime spot for researchers who are interested in the most biologically diverse estuary in the nation. Both the Smithsonian Marine Station and Florida Atlantic University Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution.
|1830 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||1,851||B|
|1858 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||2,360||A|
|1825 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,052||A|
|1816 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||1,399||B|
|1849 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,510||A|
|1843 Sw Hudson St||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1861 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,191||A|
|1857 Sw Hudson St||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1813 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,416||B|
|1829 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||2,115||A|
|1802 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||1,456||B|
|1801 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,560||B|
|1885 Sw Hudson St||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1820 Sw Renfro St||Single Family||1,755||B|
|1826 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,807||B|
|1801 Sw Hudson St||Single Family||2,860||A|
|1834 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,727||A|
|1826 Sw Renfro St||Single Family||1,658||B|
|1814 Sw Renfro St||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1818 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,444||B|
|1873 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,236||A|
|1810 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,069||B|
|1850 Sw Success St||Single Family||2,482||B|
|1856 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,353||B|
|1832 Sw Renfro St||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1862 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,413||B|
|1802 Sw Renfro St||Single Family||1,461||B|
|2102 Sw Del Rio Blvd||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|1885 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,870||B|
|1874 Sw Success St||Single Family||1,736||B|
|1844 Sw Renfro St||Single Family||2,060||B|
|2081 Sw Del Rio Blvd||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|2091 Sw Del Rio Blvd||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|2071 Sw Del Rio Blvd||Vacant Residential||0||L|
|2099 Sw Del Rio Blvd||Single Family||2,028||B|
Local Household Income
The median household income in this part of Florida is $53,187. The bottom 10% of the population earn less than $17,329 per year. The top 10% earn more than $131,510 per year. The top 1% earn more than $411,299 per year. Most renters earn between $26,064 (20th percentile) and $45,348 (80th percentile) per year. Someone earning the median household income in this area is likely to qualify for a mortgage between $106,374 and $132,968.
The tax assessed value of this property places it in percentile 92 of all properties in this area. This suggests it would appeal to someone earning around $143,825 per year who should qualify for a mortgage between $287,650 and $359,563.
Source: US Census American Community Survey - 2008-2012 ACS 5-year PUMS estimates
The median monthly rent in this part of Florida is $972. Most renters earn between $2,172 and $3,779 per month. They typically spend 37% of their monthly income on rent. Most rents fall in the $717 (20th percentile) to $1,318 (80th percentile) range. The residential vacancy rate is 9%.
This property falls in percentile 92 of all properties in this area. This corresponds to a rent of $1,573 per month and a monthly household income of $4,602 ($55,224 per year)
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