Monroe County, Florida
Monroe is a county established in Florida and home to the city of Key West. The 983 sq. miles of land has a population density of 74 people per square mile. In 2014, the population was approximately 77,136, and it has grown by 5.5 percent since 2010. In comparison to all of Florida, Monroe has a normal number of young familes at 5 percent, a less than average population of children under 18 at 15 percent, and a greater than average number of retirees at 21 percent. 84 percent of households tend to stay in place, living in the same house more than one year. Education data show that 90 percent of citizens graduated high school, and 28 percent have a post-secondary degree or higher.
Median Home Price
Approximately 28,503 families reside in 52,935 houses, and of these, 24 percent are located in multi-family buildings. The median price of a home is $381.2k, and the homeownership rate is 62 percent. The median household income is $53.6k, which is greater than the state. The standard commute for residents to one of the County's 13,973 businesses is 19 minutes.