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  1. Marisa Brewer, Broker,REALTOR®,e-PRO
  2. Preferred Property Associates Inc
  3. Office: 352.688.1303
  4. Cell: 352.279.3522


Welcome to Pinellas 
Attracted by the mild, sub-tropical climate and miles of white sand beaches, 946,848 people have made Pinellas County their home. With an average 360 days of sunshine each year and beaches ranked among the best in the U.S., the county is also the most popular tourist destination on the Gulf of Mexico, drawing nearly six million tourists annually.  Pinellas' diverse communities range in population from more than 252,000 in St. Petersburg to slightly more than 100 in Belleair Shore, and nearly all capitalize on living in a waterfront paradise.   As an established county, the significant infrastructure - including schools, utilities and roadways - is already in place. Pinellas is also well connected with regional access provided via Interstate-275, two international airports, and the largest port in Florida. 

Quality of Life 
Pinellas offers an extraordinary quality of life, a relatively low cost of living, diverse housing options and high-quality colleges and universities. With its outstanding cultural, recreational and sports facilities, incomparable parks and beaches, and year round events, Pinellas provides a true resort lifestyle. 

143 marina & dock facilities
588 miles of coastline
35 miles of white sand beaches

On land 
48 golf courses
623 tennis courts
Pinellas Trail, 47 miles for walking & biking
250 parks 
600+ events annually


Higher Education

15 performing arts facilities
20 theater companies
22 museums, including
     the Salvador Dali Museum
Home of the Florida Orchestra
Spring Training & Minor League Teams
Pinellas Economic Profile            
Pinellas lies at the center of the robust Tampa Bay market, which is expected to grow from its current population of
4 million to 6 million by 2030. The market’s significant economic clout is also evidenced by more than $70 billion in consumer spending and a labor force 2 million strong. The region is ranked number 20 in the U.S. for job growth and carries the country’s 13th largest media market.
For the latest economic indicators and demographics including cost of living, real estate vacancy rates, employment and unemployment, visitor information, population, household, and income statistics as well as county and city profiles go to our Data Center.


Pinellas County Fast Facts       
Avg. Household Income:
Annual Overnight Visitors:
Median Income Visitors:
Retail Sales:
5.8 million
$15.4 billion
$34.9 billion

Visit St. Pete Clearwater Tourist Info

Pinellas County School Info

Pinellas County Demographics

Pinellas County Chamber


State College/Universities

While living in Pinellas County you can enjoy access to our local community colleges or commute to several of the other great schools available in Florida.

Did you know that Florida currently offers a program for their high school graduates with the opportunity for 100% paid tuition to a Florida State College or funds towards other Florida colleges.   Visit Bright Futures Scholarship Program to learn more.


I personally attended Pasco/Hernando Community College and took classes at all three locations; thereafter, I obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Marketing from the University of South Florida.  I have provided a list of schools below, but feel free to contact me for local knowledge and insight.

*Other nearby University options available for commuting:

Saint Leo University

University of Florida

Florida State University

Florida Metropolitan University

University of Tampa

Florida College

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