Miami-Dade County is located on Florida’s southeast coast. It is made up of 35 incorporated cities and numberous unincorporated areas. Miami-Dade’s real estate is as diverse as its people. High rise condos make up most of the coastline as well as Miami’s downtown business district. The western, central and northern areas of the county are densely populated with single family homes, townhomes and duplexes. The southern area, which includes Redland and Homestead, make up the county’s agricultural economy. The far western side of the county is home to Everglades National Park and east of the mainland you will find Biscayne National Park. Miami-Dade County Quick Facts: 2020 Population estimate: 2,794,990 with a 0.60% growth rate last year; 2007-2011 Median Household income: $52,505; Owner Occupied housing units: 51.6%; Renter Occupied housing units: 48.4%; Largest employers: University of Miami, Publix Supermarkets, Baptist Health South Florida, American Airlines, Winn-Dixie Stores, United Parcel Service. Places of Interest: Everglades and Biscayne National Parks; American Airlines Arena, Home of NBA Champions Miami Heat; South Beach; Miami Marlins Ballpark, Home of the Miami Marlins; Miami Seaquarium; Vizcaya Museum and Gardens; Metrozoo; Jungle Island; Coconut Grove; 20 miles of white sand beaches; 16 Public Golf courses. Colleges and Universites: Florida International University; University of Miami; Floridal Memorial College; Barry University; St. Thomas University; Miami-Dade College.