Madison County, Florida
The County of Madison is established in Florida and home to Greenville. The county occupies 696 square miles in land area, and the population density is 28 people per square mile. The population is approximately 18,518 as of 2014, and has dropped by -3.7 percent since 2010. In comparison to all of Florida, Madison has a typical number of young familes at 6 percent, an average number of children under 18 at 20 percent, and a typical number of retirees at 18 percent. 88 percent of families keep living in the same house more than one year. About 78 percent of the population in Madison have finished high school, with 10 percent having a bachelor's degree or higher.
Median Home Price
In Madison County, 7 percent of the 8,422 homes are multi-unit buildings, and these homes are used by 6,739 families. Properties in Madison County have a median value of $81k, and the rate of homeownership is roughly 76 percent. The median household income is $33.8k, which is greater than the state median. The County of Madison has a total of 1,092 business firms, and citizens have an average commute to work of 28 minutes.