Indian River County, Florida
Indian River is a county situated in Florida and home to the city of Vero Beach South. The 503 sq. miles in area has a population density of 275 people per square mile. In 2014, the population was approximately 144,755, and it grew by 4.9 percent since 2010. Relative to the rest of Florida, Indian River has a normal number of young familes at 4 percent, a less than average population of children under 18 at 18 percent, and a greater than typical number of retirees at 30 percent. 84 percent of families keep living in the same house more than one year. Education data show that 87 percent of residents graduated secondary school, while 27 percent have a post-secondary degree or higher.
Median Home Price
Approximately 58,038 families reside in 77,340 homes, and of these, 25 percent are located in multi-unit buildings. The median worth of a home is $157.4k, with a homeownership rate of 75 percent. The median household income is $44.8k, which is greater than the state. The standard commute for residents to one of the County's 15,401 businesses is 22 minutes.