Statistics & Facts.
The Best Housing Markets for the Next 5 Years.
1. Florida is the second most popular relocation destination in the nation; Flagler County/The City of Palm
Coast is Number One on Baby Boomers’ list of desirability.
2. Flagler County Tops List of Fastest Growing Counties in USA. While many small towns grew this past
decade as a result of baby boomers relocating to Sunbelt locations, Florida had 4 counties ranked in the
top 10, in early U.S. Census Bureau projections.
3. According to Elite Moving Labor, in the decade 2000-2010, Palm Coast was the Number One fastest
growing Metropolitan Statistical Area in the Nation; edging out Las Vegas, Greater Raleigh (NC), and
Myrtle Beach (SC). Palm Coast is still one of the fastest growing areas at present time . Baby Boomers
are attracted to the great climate and fabulous lifestyle.
4. Fiserv publishes quarterly trend reports, along with an annual home price roundup. The S&P/Case-
Shiller Indexes are created from Fiserv’s data and published monthly by Standard & Poor’s.
5. According to Fiserv Case Shiller Indexes, Palm Coast, Florida, has placed among the 15 cities in the
Nation where the housing market is growing. Nationally, houses are appreciating on an average of 3.7%.
All of these cities have markets appreciating at over 8%.
6. From peak to the end of 2010, home prices fell 53.3%. Palm Coast won't experience positive growth
until 2012, but when it does, it will be a stunner with a year of 15.2% growth. (Fiserv Case Shiller
7. Harvard University’s “State of the Nation’s Housing” study shows that within the next decade, 16 million
new homes will be needed to meet both population growth and the shifting demand as to what that
housing will be.
8. The National Association of Realtors and The National Association of Home Builders both report that
70% of new home buyers in the next decade will be looking for energy efficient, green homes.
9. The Harvard University study, also, indicates that 3.8 million Baby Boomers will want to downsize
during the next decade, seeking smaller homes, now that they’re “empty-nesters.”
10. It is very important to understand that the initial investment in real estate in Palm Coast is much
less than, say, New York or Miami. In Palm Coast you have a much larger potential price increase of
up to 15.2% per year (Fiserv Case Shiller Indexes).
Based on the above authoritative research and statistics, over the next 5 years, Palm Coast is the
most attractive place for investment in U.S. real estate.
It's a lifestyle like no other!
Where to Retire magazine, a Houston-based publication that rates the
best retirement regions, towns and master-planned communities based
on factors such as living costs and taxes, has selected Palm Coast as
one of the top places in the U.S. for retirees to live.
Seasonal Temperature Humidity % Wind Breezes
Jan. - Mar. 63.50o
F / 18 o
C 58 % 8.8 mph
Apr. - June 77.63o
F / 25.5 o
C 64 % 8.7 mph
July - Sept. 83.34o
F / 28.3 o
C 68 % 7.4 mph
Oct. - Dec. 68.05o
F / 20 o
C 62 % 8.5 mph
Av. Annual 73.13o
F / 23 o
C 60 % 8.35 mph
There's so much to see, experience and participate in, here.
The air is crisp and clean.
There's little traffic or congestion.
The schools are top-notch.
There are houses of worship representing a broad spectrum of faiths.
And, let's not forget…
Stage shows and concerts… there are local productions of high quality;
and "bus & truck" performances from the entertainment centers of the
country presented locally, as-well-as in St Augustine and Jacksonville to
the North; Daytona Beach and Orlando to the South… both easily
reached within an hour or so.
Cuisine for all tastes served in beautiful, formal restaurants…
Casual pubs and outdoor cafes - by staff that care about your
enjoyment and who smile as they go about their duties
Golf… one of the highest "golf courses per capita" areas in the
Tennis… courts galore, and a community tennis center recently
recognized and awarded the Outstanding Public Facility Award for 2010
by the U.S. Tennis Association.
Fresh water and ocean fishing - deep sea, pier and beach
Hiking/jogging/biking trails… miles and miles of them
Historic preserves… steeped in the history of Florida and the Nation
Youth, sports and nature parks… virtually everywhere you look
The Atlantic Ocean and the Inland Waterway… bring your watercraft
OR rent one, here
And all of this is within minutes of a desirable home site. Your home
A ten or fifteen minute walk or drive brings you to all the area has to
offer… not an hour PLUS excursion.
Our lifestyle is healthy… active… yet, relaxing.
It just doesn't get much better than this ! ! !
How could it get any better ? ? ?
Come live with us in paradise.
We -simply- have to ask…
"Why wouldn't you want to wake up in
the morning, throw open the sash or
walk out the door, and…
…smell the crispness of the pine
…the sweetness of the flowers
…watch the palms gently swaying in
the ocean breeze
…and take in the 24/7/365 green
Mother Nature has so bountifully
You've put in your time, you've paid
your dues and, your life's just about to
Palm Coast is one of the few cities in
Florida certified Green by the Florida
Green Building Coalition.
Palm Coast has not had a hurricane
that made landfall in Florida from 1885
to the present time.
Distance in miles from Palm Coast:
Daytona Beach – 23
St. Augustine – 23
Jacksonville – 66
Orlando, Disney – 77
For Your Information
Palm Coast was once owned by ITT and they had a plan for a city...a
retirement community with controlled growth. They planned the
layout, sewer and water and basically how to make the town 'user
friendly'. It was later sold and the City was born, but the concept
stayed the same...well, sort of. We do have controlled, planned
growth, but we aren't a retirement community anymore! Our county is
in the fastest growing county in the nation...and Palm Coast is
THE central point.
Daytona Beach, famous as the "World Center of Racing" and home of
NASCAR, is part of the East Central Florida greater metropolitan area.
Daytona Beach is the best known of the seven area communities.
The main artery that passes by the racetrack was even renamed from
"Volusia Avenue" to "International Speedway Boulevard."
Although the wide 23-mile stretch of white sandy beach is still the
biggest attraction here, with over 8 million visitors flocking to the area
every year, the metro area is rapidly changing from event Mecca to
family oriented resort destination. Historical sites like the Main Street
Pier, the Oceanfront Boardwalk and the Clocktower in Oceanfront
Park add to the appeal of this exciting city.
There are also tons of entertainment and shopping centers in the
area -- be sure to buy souvenirs for the people back home, because
they'll want some of the nice items you can pick up in Daytona
Beach, for certain!
The city is widely known for the Disney World
theme park, including the EPCOT Center and
Animal Kingdom. The Disney World Resort is
in the Reedy Creek Improvement District.
The other tourist attractions include Sea
World, Universal Studios Florida, Universal
Orlando Resort and the World's Largest
Downtown Orlando, also, attracts a
considerable number of tourists. Gatorland is
one of the oldest attractions in the area.
Orlando is home to the University of Central
Florida, which is the second largest university
St. Augustine is the USA's oldest city. It is
also considered to be one of the most
charming and quaint cities in Florida. St.
Augustine has a beautiful historic district with
cobblestone streets, cafes, bars, unique
shops and bed and breakfast hotels. If you
have a passion for antiques, hand crafted
gifts, blown glass, arts and crafts, fine arts, or
handmade chocolates, and if you are
shopping for clothes, shoes, or household
goods, or perhaps finding unique and unusual
gifts from around the world, St. Augustine has
Palm Coast, Flagler County. Statistics.
Palm Coast is the biggest city of Flagler County.
Population is about 95,000.
Provided by: www.movoto.com
Future of Palm Coast
Town Center at Palm Coast is a 1,557 acre
mixed-use development which provides a
downtown for Palm Coast. Town Center is
located near the Florida Hospital Flagler,
Flagler County Airport and Flagler/Palm Coast
High School. Town Center development sites
have already been purchased by residential,
business office, medical office and retail
commercial developers, including a joint
venture between Weingarten Realty Investors
and Developers Realty Corporation that
developed a Super Target store anchored
power center. The power center opened in
August 2008 and is nearing its 425,000 sf build
out. Sites that are approved for a wide variety
of uses are currently being offered for sale.
The $67 million Memorial Hospital - Flagler
with 81 private rooms and 300,000 sq. ft.
opened in Palm Coast next to “Town Center”
Palm Coast Park is a 4,700 acre mixed-use
development located approximately 1-mile
south of an existing Interstate 95 interchange
in the northwest corner of Palm Coast. Palm
Coast Park is bifurcated by US Highway 1,
bordered on its western boundary by the
Florida East Coast rail line and on its east
boundary by Belle Terre Parkway. Palm
Coast Park will include the following: single-
family and multi-family residential
neighborhoods and projects; commercial
development, including a power center that
will be anchored by national retailers; an
industrial park with rail access; an office park;
a big box retail center; a K-8 public school; a
community park and several neighborhood
parks; and 2 fire stations. The development
tracts at Palm Coast Park are connected by a
linear park that parallels both sides of US
Highway 1 and features a 10-foot wide
concrete multi-purpose trail.
It couldn’t get much better for business.
The best product, the best location.
Palm Coast is the best location in the USA for real estate
investment now and in the foreseeable future.
Certified Green Homes built by Florida Green Homes, LLC, are
recognized as the best constructed in the USA, now and in the
Our prices are comparable to traditionally constructed homes
but include a whole lot more.
Every Home receives certification from five independent agencies.
Florida Green Homes can build your “dream home.”
But, we also invite you to become a partner in our vision of
creating green communities that fulfill the needs, wants and
desires of all those special markets that appreciate “green.”
Palm Coast gives people the chance
to live in a new and interesting
planned city. They can choose from a
variety of housing alternatives, from
motels to stand along houses, and a
Continuing Care Facility is in the
What is special about this city
• A master planning document
• Many residential options for retirees
• Many community parks, nature
preserves, and state parks
• New Shopping Centers
• Community sports complexes,
pools, tennis courts.
• 8 championship golf courses
• Heath Care Facilities
And lots more…
Palm Coast is not really a retirement
community, it was intended to be that
way but that has changed.
The community is planning a new
grade school each year for the next
several years and has 2 high schools
with another in the works.
The 30,000 sq. ft. library opened in
2000 on West Palm Coast Parkway.
Palm Coast attracts individuals who
want to live in a planned community
that has mild winters. There’s a lot to
do in Palm Coast; most of its
residents lead an active lifestyle.
FLORIDA GREEN HOMES, LLC
145 Cypress Point Pkwy., Suite 201
Palm Coast, Florida 32164
Phone: +1-386-447-4151 Fax: 1+866-387-0151