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Forecast for Seffner, FL- Tampa Bay Homes and Seffner Real Estate
Young, mobile families in mobile homes typify Crossroads. Found most often in small towns throughout the South and West, these growing neighborhoods are home to families with children, both married-couple and single parent. Over half of these young families own mobile homes. Median home value is $56,400. Employment is mainly in the manufacturing, construction and retail sectors.
2. Milk and Cookies
Upscale living with a family allowance, this market represents young, affluent married couples that are starting their families. Many have young children already. Residents of milk-and-cookie land favor single-family homes, median value over $124,000, in suburban areas largely in the South and West, especially Texas. Families with 2+ workers, 1+ children and 3+ vehicles are the norm.
3. Great Expectations
Young singles and married couple families dominate this large urban market. The median age of the population is 33 years. There is a high proportion of householders in their twenties. Labor force participation is high, and they are pursuing a variety of careers, primarily in manufacturing, retail and other service sectors. Home ownership is increasing. Almost half now own single-family homes with a median home value of $95,500. The rest still rent in small multi-unit buildings. Their neighborhoods are older suburbs, with most homes built before 1960.
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