Collier County

Collier County, Florida

Home Florida Collier County

Nestled in Florida is Collier, home to the city of Immokalee. The 1,998 square miles in land has a population density of 161 people per square mile. In 2014, the population was estimated to be 348,777, and it grew by 8.5 percent since 2010. Relative to Florida, Collier has a normal number of young familes at 5 percent, a less than average population of children under 18 at 18 percent, and a greater than average number of retirees at 29 percent. An estimated 85 percent of the homes in Collier have been occupied by the same family for more than a year. About 86 percent of the population in Collier have graduated high school, with 32 percent having a post-secondary degree or higher.

Median Home Price
$ 261k
Houses: 203,070

Approximately 122,972 families reside in 203,070 homes, and of these, 49 percent are in multi-unit buildings. The rate of owning homes is 74 percent, and the median value of a home is $261.3k. The median household income is $55.8k, which is greater than that of the state. The County of Collier has a total of 38,309 businesses, and employees have an average commute to work of 24 minutes.

MV Affordability Index
Business Sector Production
Median income and home price
Population Age Distribution

Largest Cities in Collier County

Marco Island
Marco Island
Population: 17,460
People/sq.mi: 1,352
Median Home: $495k
Population: 20,968
People/sq.mi: 1,588
Median Home: $718k

Looking for an agent specializing in Collier County real estate? Contact Amanda today.

© Copyright 2015 MadValorem - All Rights Reserved

MadValorem · Data provided by MV Realty