There are lots of rental homes at Park Central. When you're out and about it's clear to see that this neighborhood seems to attract more singles than married couples or families. The this locale area has a below-average median income level.
Last year, the average listing price in Park Central was $84,190, but prominently grew 9.1 percent to reach $91,811 this year. During the same period, inventory declined by 25 percent. The number of listings in this vicinity noticeably dropped from 12 to 9 homes on the market last year, somewhat constricting the market for new buyers looking to move to this area. Choose one of the homes here that comes with a resort-style pool, and after a long grueling day at work, you can escape into your own private hideaway. There are fitness centers either on-site or close to many properties around this neighborhood, providing many different ways to stay in shape and do something different every day. Balconies are a lovely feature that will add living space outside of your home; they add a touch of elegance to any property and are a feature of various residential properties in this neighborhood.