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Apopka Livability #493 ranked city in Florida#9,914 ranked city in the USARanks better than 66% of areas

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      Living in Apopka, FL

      Apopka, Florida is a moderately-sized city with a population of 47,023 residents. If we take a look at the last Census, the vast majority of the population falls within one racial group (66% White). Given that fact, Apopka could be considered less diverse than other cities. Additionally, more than a quarter of the population of Apopka are of Hispanic or Latino origin, and 20% of the population also speak Spanish. If finding a family friendly city is important to you, look no further. With more than 74% of the population considered married and 58% with kids under the age of 18, Apopka could be considered a very suitable city for families.

      Without the right tools, moving to any new town can be very stressful and challenging. Living in Apopka, Florida could be a fulfilling experience for anyone who puts in the time to do the research required. When searching for a new neighborhood, several key items should be considered. Safety is paramount, ensuring a secure environment for you and your family. Proximity to workplaces or schools reduces commuting time and enhances convenience. Access to amenities like parks, grocery stores and healthcare facilities contributes to a comfortable lifestyle. Reliable public transportation options promote easy mobility. A strong sense of community fosters social connections and a welcoming atmosphere. To help you find the best places to live in and around Apopka, AreaVibes has created a livability score using key metrics like crime, cost of living, commute, employment and more.

      With a livability score of 66 out of 100, Apopka is ranked #9,914 in the United States and #493 in Florida. There are seven total categories that form the livability score. Apopka ranks well for cost of living (A), employment (B) and housing (A+). Apopka does not score well for the following: amenities (F) and crime (D). It might be a smart idea to take a closer look at each category to find out why.

      A healthy real estate market serves as a key economic indicator. It could signify overall local economic strength, stability and reflects consumer confidence in the area. Based on multiple factors including: median home and rental prices, appreciation rates and home affordability, Apopka has received high marks in the housing category. Based on these calculations, the apartment rental and real estate market appears to be very healthy.

      Being close to public transit, grocery stores, parks and other conveniences are all important when weighing your options for a new home in Apopka. Before you determine if any of these amenities are available in the area, you will also want to know if the real estate prices in Apopka are affordable. Median real estate prices in Apopka come in at $167,600, which is 0.5% higher than the Florida average. The home price to income ratio compares the median home prices to the median household income. In Apopka, the home price to income ratio is 2.8, which is 17.6% lower than the Florida average.

      Apopka transportation information

      Statistic Apopka Florida National
      Average one way commute31min27min26min
      Workers who drive to work80.5%79.5%76.4%
      Workers who carpool9.2%9.3%9.3%
      Workers who take public transit0.9%2.1%5.1%
      Workers who bicycle0.5%0.7%0.6%
      Workers who walk0.9%1.5%2.8%
      Working from home6.1%5.4%4.6%

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      Monthly costs include: fuel, maintenance, tires, insurance, license fees, taxes, depreciation, and financing.
      Source: The Apopka, FL data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).