According to Best Places, homebuyers looking for homes for sale in Tallahassee, FL are in luck. The cost of living in Florida’s capital city is lower than the national average and the state average! The biggest factor when it comes to the lower-than-average cost of living is housing. This means, for people searching to buy a house in Tallahassee, the cost will be less than in other cities and states.
For FY 2022-2023, the median home price of houses for sale in Tallahassee is $249,700. View all homes for sale in Tallahassee in the carousel below. For more information about the housing market, contact an agent today.
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At Coldwell Banker Hartung, we add new Tallahassee home listings to our site every 15 minutes. We hire only full-time real estate agents to ensure our clients receive the best possible experience. Moreover, we invest in state-of-the-art technology to ensure we offer the best possible user experience when it comes to searching for homes online. With our powerful search engine, you can filter by price, square footage, number of bedrooms, waterfront properties, pool homes, and more.
Across all neighborhoods, the average year of construction for homes in Tallahassee is 1986. The homes in this region are predominantly single-family, detached houses, although downtown and near the Florida State University campus, potential residents will find a number of condos for sale and townhomes for sale.
One of the many benefits of buying Tallahassee real estate is that there is an excellent selection of housing, from style to size to location. To clarify, whether you’re searching for a 1-bedroom condo downtown or a 4-bedroom, single-family home in the northeast part of town, you’ll find what you are looking for, as there are more than 88,100 housing units in this city with a population of approximately 191,200 people. Not sure where you want to live? Check out some of the top neighborhoods in the city! No matter where you choose to live, you can't go wrong with a Tallahassee neighborhood.
According to the Tallahassee Board of Realtors data found in Multiple Listing Service (MLS), 5,342 residential homes sold in Leon County in 2021. 2,517 were located in the northeast, 1,679 in the northwest, 816 in the southeast, and 330 homes sold in the southwest. In comparison, 4,333 listings sold in Leon County in 2022, which is an 18% decrease, meaning the market has cooled off since the post-pandemic boom.
The average sales price of Tallahassee homes sold, according to data in the MLS, was $271,759, while the median sales price in 2021 was $239,000. This is an increase of 7% compared to 2020 data. When looking at more recent 2022 data, the average sales price was $307,217, which is higher than we saw, indicating there is more demand in the market.
Explore some of the single-family homes for sale in Tallahassee here:
Single-Family homes for sale Tallahassee
As a growing city, Tallahassee has a number of builders in town who specialize in new construction. Building a new home in Tallahassee can offer many benefits for you and your family including customization, energy efficiency, lower maintenance, modern amenities, better resale value, and location flexibility.
Some people may assume that they can work directly with the builder and therefore don’t need a realtor when purchasing a new construction home, however, there are a number of benefits that come from retaining a licensed real estate agent to help you through the process. We’ve listed a few of them below:
First, realtors can provide insights on builder reputation when it comes to purchasing a new construction house in Tallahassee. Working with a reputable local builder is key to making sure your new construction home is everything you’re looking for.
Second, a realtor can provide comparable prices for nearby homes that have sold in the area. This information can help guage what you can afford in both location and home costs.
Third, a lot goes into building a new home! A qualified, full time agent can help you keep track of every detail so nothing is forgotten. They also walk you through the home buying process from beginning to end and their expertise can save you time and money where it matters most!
See new construction homes for sale in Tallahassee here:
New Construction Homes for Sale Tallahassee
For your convenience, we’ve also included a list of many of the local Tallahassee builders and their communities with new construction homes for sale:
Naumann Group - Camellia Oaks (55+ retirement community)
Premier Fine Homes - Canopy, Southwood & Fletcher Oaks
For more information about new construction homes, contact one of our experienced Tallahassee realtors today:
The Tallahassee real estate market is pretty active. Typically, there are anywhere between 1,000 and 1,600 active homes for sale in Tallahassee. Some of the most popular neighborhoods are:
You can click the links above to get more information about various Tallahassee subdivisions, including neighborhood size, average home price, home sizes, zip codes and more. You can explore other homes for sale in Tallahassee by clicking here or clicking the photo below.
Below you’ll find a list of Tallahassee area zip codes, along with a map that depicts where in the city the zip code is located. Florida’s capital city is divided into 4 quadrants - northeast, northwest, southeast and southwest. You’ll notice that some zip codes stretch across multiple quadrants.
32301 | 32302 | 32303 | 32304 | 32305 | 32306 | 32307 | 32308
32309 | 32310 | 32311 | 32312 | 32313 | 32314 | 32316 | 32317
The majority of homes for sale in Tallahassee fl are located in zip codes 32303, 32312, 32309, 32308, 32317, and 32311.
There are a number of apartments and homes for rent near FSU, FAMU and the TCC campus, however, many people opt to purchase a home or condo as an investment while their student attends a local college or university.
Some neighborhoods located close to nearby colleges include (please note, not every neighborhood may have homes for sale at the moment):
There are a number of reasons why people may choose to rent instead of buying a home. Perhaps you’re saving for a down payment, or you just moved to the city for a job and want to make sure it’s a good fit before purchasing a forever home. At Coldwell Banker Hartung, we understand and we’re here to help you once you’re ready to make a move!
In the meantime, here are a few of the property management companies that offer house rentals in Tallahassee:
If you’ve been renting a house in Tallahassee for a while but you don’t think you can qualify to buy, then contact one of our experienced Coldwell Banker Hartung real estate agents to discuss your unique situation.
From first time homebuyer programs, to rent-to-own programs to 0-down, there are a number of alternatives to consider to help make your dream of being a homeowner a reality.
Homes for Sale Near Tallahassee
Even though home prices in Tallahassee are lower than the national average, many people choose to live just outside the city limits for additional cost savings. At Coldwell Banker Hartung, we have real estate agents who live and work in Crawfordville, Havana, Thomasville, Quincy, Monticello, Cairo, and other nearby towns.
Alternatively, you can use our free, easy-to-navigate search engine to look through all houses for sale in Tallahassee and the surrounding areas.
The median home value in Tallahassee, FL is $, compared to the county median home value of $. The national median home value is $308980. The average price of homes sold in Tallahassee, FL is $. Approximately -3276800% of Tallahassee homes are owned, compared to -3276800% rented, while -3276800% are vacant. Tallahassee real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Tallahassee real estate agent to arrange a tour today!