Collier County, Florida
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
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.