Taylor County

Taylor County, Florida

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Taylor is a county located in Florida and home to the city of Perry. The 1,043 square miles in land area has a population density of 22 people per square mile. In 2014, the population was estimated to be 22,582, and it grew by 0.1 percent since 2010. Compared to the rest of Florida, Taylor has a typical number of young familes at 5 percent, an average number of children under 18 at 19 percent, and a normal number of retirees at 18 percent. About 87 percent of the homes in Taylor have been occupied by the same family for more than a year. Education data show that 77 percent of residents graduated high school, while 12 percent have a post-secondary degree or higher.

Median Home Price
$ 87k
Houses: 10,872

5 percent of the 10,872 homes are multi-unit buildings, and these homes are used by 7,672 families. Homes have a median value of $87.4k, and the percent of homeowners is approximately 78 percent. The median household income is $36.4k, which is greater than the state. There are 1,475 firms, and the standard commute is 21 minutes.

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Largest Cities in Taylor County

Population: 7,031
People/sq.mi: 748
Median Home: $81k

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