Palm City, Florida Real Estate

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Assorted Homes (125)
Bay Pointe (1)
$895,000 - $895,000
Canopy Creek (2)
$861,900 - $929,900
Copperleaf (4)
$427,000 - $525,000
Murano (4)
$345,000 - $384,900
Palm City Farms (8)
$599,000 - $3,950,000
Pipers Landing (15)
$100,000 - $1,499,900
Seagate Harbor (3)
$642,000 - $1,199,000
Stuart West (9)
$558,000 - $1,095,000

Palm City Properties For Sale By Bedroom Size

Bedroom Size Units For Sale Avg. $/Sq. Ft. Avg. Listing Price Avg. Days On Market
Studios 0 $0 $0 0
1 Bedroom 1 $2,780 $695,000 0
2 Bedrooms 18 $146 $231,139 0
3 Bedrooms 87 $186 $425,303 0
4 Bedrooms 63 $200 $609,271 0
5 Bedrooms 17 $235 $991,133 0
6+ Bedrooms 7 $190 $1,410,143 0

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Palm City Florida 
Palm City is an unincorporated city of Martin Country, Florida. Most of its part falls in Port St. Lucie. It has a population of 23,120 according to the census of 2010. This Census-Designated part of Martin country occupies a total area of 16.6 square miles out which 2.0 square miles consist of water and 14.6 square miles is occupied by a land. The climate in Palm City is comparatively hot, it reaches to 80 degrees F in August and falls to 60 degrees F in winters. This is one of the friendliest places in Florida which is close to the beaches and have nice approachable eateries and places for outdoor activities.  
According to a census of 2010, there were 8,458 households and 6,301 families were living in Palm city which might have been increased by now. The common race found here are mostly White about 96% while there are also other races followed after Whites are African American, Asians, and Native Americans. Furthermore, talking about its economic conditions, the per capita income was $35,213 as per the census of 2010. The median income for each household in Palm City is 40% higher than the national median income of the household. The unemployment rate is 20% lower than other nearby cities.   Approximately 3.7% of the population lives below poverty line.  
Palm City is an unincorporated town situated in Martin County, represented by Board of County Commissioners. Martin County is partitioned into 5 districts. Palm City is represented by Ed Ciampi as a major aspect of District 5. Every authoritative administration is mostly functioned by the country offices. Police security is given by the Eastern County Operations Division of the Martin County Sheriff's Office. 
Palm city has a higher education rate than average as compared to other nearby cities and towns. The average school scores 14$ higher than the average national schools. There are total 3 public schools in the Palm city and 93% people have completed 8th grade while 43% have completed their bachelors.  
The crime rate is majorly low as compared to national average or other nearby cities. For every 100,000 people, there is a probability of only 3 to be a victim of crime. Palm city is also considered as a safe place in the United States of America.  Furthermore, the cost of living is expensive in Palm city as compare to other cities in Florida as it has high sale tax and cost of housing. However, there is no such income tax in Palm City.  
When you look for an accommodation or house in Palm City, Florida, you must consider your pocket first as the cost of housing is 44% higher than average national.  Overall, a home in Palm City, FL costs $259,000 while every family unit has a normal salary of $74,699.  
Palm city has a 70% livability which means you can spend a good luxurious lifestyle here in this city.

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