Tampa, FL Overview

Tampa is distinguished as Florida’s second largest city as well as the second-largest employment market, a trend that is likely to continue.  Tampa’s economic development planners are often recognized among the nation’s most successful.  They have attracted billions of dollars in capital investments by major corporations and are consistently growing new employment opportunities for the region. 

The lively and handsome waterfront downtown is constantly shifting its skyline to welcome spectacular accommodations and new attractions.  Major venues like the Tampa Convention Center are also within walking distance of wonderful districts like the Channelside Shops.  This delightful area is filled with restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment opportunities.  Wonderfully unique, the historic and colorful enclave of Ybor City with its Latin influences and cigar-making heritage is now a delightful district filled with art and culture, retail shops, and restaurants.  Throughout the city, quiet neighborhoods with a variety of home styles and prices provide a welcoming and intimate community spirit.

 

Public and private schools throughout the city join a variety of higher education opportunities on community or junior college campuses or major private and public universities.  Tampa serves as the hub for the county’s finest educational and healthcare facilities, adding valuable resources to western Florida and the entire Tampa Bay region. Amenities throughout the city are first-rate and abundant, including one of the nation’s finest zoos, Tampa Museum of Art, the Henry B. Plant Museum, the Florida Aquarium, and USF Contemporary Art Museum.  With 24 square miles of inland water and Tampa Bay as well as the city’s own highly developed recreational centers, the possibilities for outdoor adventure and relaxation are virtually unlimited. 

Summary

Population Growth (since 2000) 19%
Population Density (ppl / mile) 3,183.00
Household Size (ppl) 2.378
Households w/ Children 27%

Housing Stability

Annual Residential Turnover 21%
5+ Years in Residency 29%
Median Year in Residency 2.58

Housing Inventory

Tampa, FL Housing Inventory 77,595 21,705 69,391 77,595 21,705

Market Overview

3089 listings with an estimated median price of $323,040

Price Count
$0 - 100K 101
$100K - 200K 614
$200K - 300K 722
$300K - 400K 540
$400K - 500K 302
$500K - 600K 180
$600K - 700K 117
$700K - 800K 81
$800K - 900K 65
$900K - 1M 55
$1M - Max 312
Property Type Count
Single Family 1981
Townhouse 350
Condo 351
Commercial 148
Rental 687
Lots and Land 193
Condo/Town/CoOp 1
Multi Family 59
Mobile Home 4

(Data as of 11/17/2019)

Population Demographics

The population of the community broken down by age group. The numbers at the top of each bar indicate the number of people in the age bracket below.

Tampa, FL Population Demographics

Total: 361,049

Households:146,986

Median Age: 36.07

Climate and Weather

The Temperature chart displays average high and low values for January and July, and is designed to provide an indication of both seasonal and daily temperature variability. The Weather Risk Index indicates the calculated risk of each type of weather event occurring in the future. This risk is based on historical localized storm events and weather patterns. The national average for each type of weather event equals a score of 100, so a score of 200 would represent twice the risk as the national average, and a score of 50 would represent half the risk of the national average.

Temperature (degrees F)

Tampa, FL Temperature

Weather Risk

Tampa, FL Weather Risk

Education

The Community Educational Index chart is based on the U.S. Census Bureau's Socioeconomic Status (SES) elements. Factors used in creating the index below are income, educational achievement, and occupation of persons within the selected ZIP code. Since this index is based on the population of an entire Zip code, it may not reflect the nature of an individual school.

Education Climate Index

Tampa, FL Education Climate Index

Highest Education Level Attained

Tampa, FL Highest Education Level Attained 63,484 43,641 20,257 13,555 30,849 48,024 18,689 63,484 43,641 20,257 13,555 30,849

Employment and Finance

Workforce

Tampa, FL Workforce

Income by dollar range (Median Income: $46,112)

Tampa, FL Income by dollar range 14,678 9,431 9,072 8,680 8,204 8,265 7,017 6,777 6,156 11,263 12,889 14,298 9,289 5,470 8,978 2,622 3,587 311

Fair Market Rents

The Fair Market Rents show average gross rent estimates based on figures provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

Studio
$668
One Bedroom
$795
Two Bedroom
$992
Three Bedroom
$1,319
Four Bedroom
$1,575

Smoking Ban

The Smoking Ban data indicates whether an area has a smoking ban in place for workplaces, restaurants or bars. This information represents that of the search area and may not reflect that of the whole County or State.

Workplaces
Yes
Restaurants
Yes
Bars
No

Crime

The Crime Index compares the risk or probability of future occurrence of certain types of crime in this community as compared to the national average. The national average for each type of crime equals a score of 1.0, so a score of 2.0 would represent twice the risk as the national average, and a score of 0.50 would represent half the risk of the national average.

Tampa, FL Crime

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