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Eriksen, John (1994). Brevard County, Florida: A Short History to 1955. Melbourne, Florida: JohnEriksen.net/. ASIN B076H69FDW. – This is a documented history of Brevard County, from prehistoric to the space age. Documented with 320 end notes drawn from 1000 sources.
The Brevard County government had annual expenditures just over $1 billion in the fiscal year 2009–2010, exclusive of the municipalities.[101] In 2009, real estate taxes for homesteaded property averaged .83% of the value of the property.[102] Real estate taxes are levied by each authority. They are collected by the County Tax Collector.[103] The total taxable real estate base was $33.7 billion in 2009.[104] County taxes rose 26.5% in total per capita revenue from 2002 to 2007, and 49.8% in property tax per capita in the same time frame.[105] Delinquent taxes were $36 million in 2008.[106]
Ann Johnson has been a freelance writer since 1995. She previously served as the editor of a community magazine in Southern California and was also an active real-estate agent, specializing in commercial and residential properties. She has a Bachelor of Arts in communications from California State University, Fullerton.
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The county had 1,050 restaurants in 2007 and nearly that many (1,040) in 2010. There were 22,600 leisure and hospitality workers in the county in 2006. This figure includes hotel workers. That figure had dropped 8.5% to 20,700 in 2010.[172]

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In 2007, the real estate brokerage Realtysellers shut down after alleging that the CREA and Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB) had modified their rules to hinder flat-fee MLS services on behalf of those selling houses themselves. In 2010, the CREA settled with the Competition Bureau, and agreed to allow flat-fee listings. However, some real estate boards continued to bar the practice, citing interpretations of provincial laws requiring those trading in real estate to be licensed. Flat-free providers disputed the argument, claiming that their services were no different than posting listings on classifieds, and that they were not necessarily trading.[27][28] In 2015, the Competition Bureau began a federal case against the TREB by Realitysellers[29]
The county has nine major canals. Some of these, such as the C-1 and C-54, are 100 feet (30 m) wide, giving them the capacity to handle excessive rainfall that may accompany tropical storms or hurricanes.[12][13] These are regularly used for transportation and drainage:
There are 16 autonomous municipal governments within the county. The various cities, towns and villages of Brevard have varying reliance on services provided by the Brevard County government. There are about 100,000 homes outside organized municipalities, whose occupants are directly served by the county government.[100]
Homes for Sale in Brevard County, FL have a median listing price of $245,000 and a price per square foot of $140. There are 7,662 active homes for sale in Brevard County, Florida, which spend an average of 68 days on the market. Some of the hottest neighborhoods near Brevard County, FL are Port Malabar, Cocoa Isles, Suntree, Canaveral Groves. You may also be interested in homes for sale in popular zip codes like 32940, 32935, or in neighboring cities, such as Orlando, Vero Beach, Melbourne, Palm Bay, Saint Cloud.
The area code for most of the county became “321” in 1999, as in the “3…2…1… lift-off!” countdown sequence. A small portion of the county along the southern border, including the communities of Micco and Barefoot Bay, share a 772 area code with Indian River County and St. Lucie County, Florida to the south.
In 2009, average annual salaries in the county for engineers was $90,563; registered nurses $53,315; education $49,441; police officers $43,035; cooks $21,569; and cashiers $19,489. The average annual pay for all workers was then $42,411.[210]
The winter of 2009–2010 was the coldest on record since 1937 when records were first kept.[36] Planting season, which normally starts around 14 February, came six weeks later instead.[37] Some flowers and herbs are planted as early as January.[38] December 2010 was the coldest December on record.[39]
In Canada, the national MLS is a cooperative system for the members of the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA), working through Canada’s 101 real estate boards and 11 provincial/territorial associations. Both the terms Realtor and MLS are registered trademarks for both the members and data of the CREA. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver claims to have pioneered the first MLS in Canada.[26] A publicly accessible website (at realtor.ca, formerly mls.ca) allows consumers to search an aggregated subset of each participating board’s MLS database of active listings, providing limited details and directing consumers to contact a real estate agent for more information.
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According to 2007 health risk data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Brevard County (Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville MSA) is tied for fourth highest among all Micro- and Metropolitan Statistical Areas in percentage of heavy drinkers.[235]
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“We cannot think of anything Leslie could have done better in the sale of my late father’s home. While his home was beautiful and in a fantastic location, it was very dated and we live 400 miles away. Leslie knew the local market, gave us a realistic opinion of the value and put a lot of time and thought into what our priorities needed to be in order to sell the house quickly. She respected our thoughts and concerns throughout the process. The contractors she recommended for the updates did a great job. We have never had a real estate agent keep us as up to date as Leslie did. As closing approached, she went out of her way to assist us in tracking down the necessary documentation and signatures which was a huge help as we work and are so far away from Brevard. The most important things to me were that she was a pleasure to interact with and we came to trust her more and more as time went on.”
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The information displayed on this website comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity Program of Brevard County, Florida. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than RE/MAX SOLUTIONS in Florida are marked with the Broker Reciprocity thumbnail. Copyright 2014 Space Coast Association of REALTORS®, Inc. All rights reserved.
The Brevard Technical Journal is the industry monthly newspaper for business management, engineering, purchasing, manufacturing, and staff. It features news and features about the business and the science of technology in Brevard County.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 1,557 square miles (4,030 km2), of which 1,016 square miles (2,630 km2) is land and 541 square miles (1,400 km2) (34.8%) is water.[5] Most of the water is the Atlantic Ocean, the St. Johns River and the Indian River Lagoon. The county is larger in area than the nation of Samoa and nearly the same size, and population, as Cape Verde.[6] It is one-third the size of the state of Rhode Island.
While we have attempted to preserve the accuracy of this online search, these online records are not official and the Brevard County Clerk of Court will not be responsible for any inaccuracies that may be encountered. Only the Official Public Records of Brevard County provided in the Brevard County Clerk’s branch offices shall be referenced as the Official Public Records.
Err on the side of being pushy and tenacious, even if that isn’t your normal style. That way if the initial sale does fall through, you’ll be the obvious next bid. Be available for phone calls, check your email, and follow up with your agent often.
On the east coast of the state, mangroves have normally dominated the coast from Cocoa Beach southward. Northward these may compete with salt marshes moving in from the north, depending on the annual weather conditions.[69]
In 2010, 90% of residents had a high school degree, compared with 85% statewide.[88] In 2009, 25.7% of residents had an undergraduate degree, below the national average of 27.7%,[89] but the same as the rest of Florida.[88] 14.7% of residents over 25 had undergraduate degrees in engineering. This is almost twice the national average.[90]
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The median income for a household in the county was $49,523, and the median income for a family was $60,842. Males had a median income of $48,191 versus $33,276 for females. The per capita income for the county was $27,606. About 7.2% of families and 10.5% of the population were below the poverty line, including 14.4% of those under age 18 and 6.9% of those aged 65 or over.[87]
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The MLIS or MLS degree is usually acquired from an accredited library school. ALA accredits 63 programs at 58 institutions across the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico.[3] ALA also offers an overview of international degrees in library and information science.[4]