Eustis Real Estate Market Overview
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Location and Weather
25 miles from the Atlantic Coast in East-central Florida sits the small, historic town of Eustis. Originally a hub for transportation, the city has now become a recreational attraction that offers a variety of lakes, preserves, museums and state parks.
Eustis climate is described to be comfortable, with April, November and March being the most pleasant months. On average, rain falls for a little over 190 days out of the year but the short-lived showers still make this city a primarily sunny and humid residential area.
Population, Job Market and Cost of Living
Eustis has a population of 21,882, with a growth rate of 0.89% annually. The job market has seen an increase of 3.9% over the last year. In ten years, job growth is predicted to be 51.2%. Some of the largest, highest paying industries are health care, retail, accommodation, finance and insurance, and public administration. Eustis’s cost of living is lower than Florida’s average, making it a more affordable place to live.
Having a location so close to Orlando and Ocala gives Eustis residents the opportunity to enjoy the attractions of these bigger cities without enduring their higher living costs. This is one of the major appeals of this city.