About Kissimmee Florida

Kissimmee Florida is located in central Florida near downtown Orlando. Zip codes for the area include:

34741
34742
34743
34744
34745
34746
34747
34758
34759 and the following cities:

Campbell, FL Campbell, Florida's population: 2,677
Celebration, FL Celebration, Florida's population: 2,736
Hunters Creek, FL Hunters Creek, Florida's population: 9,369
Lake Buena Vista, FL Lake Buena Vista, Florida's population: 16
Meadow Woods, FL Meadow Woods, Florida's population: 11,286
Southchase, FL Southchase, Florida's population: 4,633
St. Cloud, FL St. Cloud, Florida's population: 20,074
Taft, FL Taft, Florida's population: 1,938
Williamsburg, FL Williamsburg, Florida's population: 6,736
Yeehaw Junction, FL

Kissimmee has a population of over 62,000 people. Housing units exceed 20,00 units and home ownership rates have increased 45% since the year 2000. The median value of these homes as of the year 2000 is 93,900 dollars and includes 27,000 housing units.  21000 of these units are occupied and 9600 of these are owned by their occupants. There are over 5600 homes currently vacant.

The median age in Kissimmee is just over 30 years and the average income level is 39,000 dollars and almost 41,000 dollars for median family income. The average household size is 2.70 people and the average family size is 3.07 people.

Of the approximately 7300 owner-occupied homes, the median value is 218,000 dollars where 11.5% are valued at 100 to 149,000, 22.8% are valued at 150 to 199,999 dollars, 45% between 200 and 249,000 and 14.5% over 300,000 dollars. 24.5 percent of these homes have second mortgages or home equity lines.

Most households monthly housing costs exceed 1000.00 dollars while the majority of households pay 1500 to 2000 dollars or more per month.

One in every 62 homes are being foreclosed on in Kissimmee and there has been a negative 40.37% drop in home values over the past 12 months. There are 7,723 foreclosure properties available with an average sales price of $100, 327 dollars.

Residents of Kissimmee can protect their homes by learning their rights and seeking competent counsel from a Kissimmee bankruptcy lawyer when necessary. There are several ways to stop a foreclosure including litigation, loan modification, debt settlement and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Kissimmee attorney available to help.

Bookmark and Share

Popularity: 1% [?]

The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertising. Nothing herein creates an attorney-client relationship as each contract to retain our services must be in writing signed by both parties. This site is intended for informational purposes only and not as legal advise for your situation as each case is unique.