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Renter's Guide to Clermont
Looking for a growing community on the cusp of an economic boom? Check out Clermont.
This Florida city is the “Choice of Champions”, serving as the home and training grounds of around 20 of the athletes who participated in the 2016 Rio Olympics. It's right in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, which are both 102 miles away in either direction.
At 11.5 square-miles, Clermont is 10 times smaller than Orlando. And speaking of Orlando, it's only 26 miles away, making for easy trips to the best theme parks and nightlife. Clermont is also 73 miles from Tampa and 250 miles from Miami.
Money Magazine ranked Clermont #20 on their list of Best Places to Retire. And WalletHub ranked it #21 for Best Cities for Florida Families and #13 for Best Florida City for Finding a Job.
The weather in Clermont can get very hot and humid during the summer, with temperatures easily reaching into the upper 80s and 90s from May to September. Average winter temperatures are a bit milder, hovering in the low to mid 70s during the day and dropping into the 50s at night.
The city also receives around 51 inches of rain per year.
Clermont, FL Demographics
- Total Population76,759
Female 37,625Male 39,134
- Median Age37.9
Cost of Living in Clermont, FL
The cost of living in Clermont is comparable to both the Florida and United States average, and just a little bit higher than Orlando.
Dinner for two costs around $50 at a mid-range restaurant like the Crooked Spoon.
Basic utility services for a 915 square-foot apartment here are around $140/month on average.
Bus service in Clermont is generally reserved for senior citizens or those with disabilities. Ride sharing is available via Orlando-based Uber, and there's also 24-hour taxi service.
Average Rent in Clermont, FL
- Clermont, FL Average Rental Price, December, 2017$1,175/mo
- 1 Bedroom$1,017
- 2 Bedrooms$1,249
Clermont, FL Apartment Rent Ranges
Clermont, FL Rent Trends
|All rentals||Studio||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds|
|Jan / 2017||$1,180||$670||$989||$1,275|
|Sept / 2016||$1,141||$560||$1,014||$1,246|
|May / 2016||$1,104||$585||$973||$1,204|
|Jan / 2016||$1,093||$560||$913||$1,139|
|Sept / 2015||$1,022||$524||$894||$1,117|
|May / 2015||$1,021||$524||$876||$1,097|
|Jan / 2015||$1,004||$524||$855||$1,085|
|Sept / 2014||$970||$524||$841||$1,014|
|May / 2014||$941||$499||$809||$1,040|
Average rent is projected to grow by 6% in 2017 compared to 2016.
Please note that projected rent growth is calculated at city level.
Average rent values on this page are aggregated from data from the following zip codes: 347113471434715
Living in Clermont, FL
Clermont has been designated as a Bicycle Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists, as well as a Runners Friendly Community by the Road Runners Club of America.
The city continues to grow exponentially as folks are finding a lot to love about the place. Surrounded by lakes and rolling hills and boasting over 230 sunny days per year, it's an ideal location for both athletes and outdoor-enthusiasts alike, promoting a very healthy lifestyle.
Like any place, it also has its downsides. For one, the high humidity can make things pretty uncomfortable during the warmer months. And traffic becomes worse and worse as you get closer to Orlando. But you'll have to make the trip if you want to take advantage of the amenities of a bigger city, since Clermont is still on the smaller side.
Things to do in Clermont
Waterfront Park, located along Lake Minneola, is full of festivities almost every week, including the Champions’ Dragon Boat Festival and the Pig in the Pond. There are 30 miles of trails, and the lake is perfect for boating, swimming, and kayaking. It also has playgrounds and a Splash Park for when you’re looking for things to do with the kids. But that's just one of 22 parks in the city.
Another Clermont highlight is the 10-mile clay loop, where residents and athletes walk, jog, and run amid its orange groves and rolling hills.
For history buffs, the Presidents Hall of Fame is a great place to check out. They feature exhibits, memorabilia, and even a replica of the White House. It’s a great roadside attraction for residents and tourists alike.
Downtown Clermont is a growing and thriving area with over 70 stores, restaurants, and businesses – and more on the way. The historic charm combined with the beauty of Lake Minneola in the background makes any trip a memorable one.
You won’t want to miss events like the Mega Hula-licious Food Truck Rally, where over 30 food trucks showcase their finest cuisines. Harvest Fest in the fall celebrates the harvest season, decorating downtown with autumn décor. There's also arts and crafts, food vendors, games, and more.
The National Training Center is where athletes prepare for the big one: the Olympics. Professional sports can be found in nearby Orlando, including the NBA's Orlando Magic and the MLS's Orlando City SC. And college football fans will be happy to know that the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl is held in Orlando every New Year's.
Orlando also offers great options for a night out, museums for those looking for culture, and even theme parks, like SeaWorld.
Employment and Economy
As part of the Orlando–Kissimmee–Sanford Metropolitan Area, Clermont’s biggest industry is tourism. But they also have booming medical practices and are known for their exceptional orthopedics, cancer treatment, and robotic urologic services.
South Lake Hospital is a major employer in Clermont and, of course, the Disney theme parks and Universal Studios in Orlando employ thousands from across the area.
Clermont, FL Households
- Total Number of Households25,796
Family 20,086Non-family 5,710
Children 9,362No Children 16,433
- Average People Per Household2.97
- Median Household Income$54,976
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,093
Education in Clermont
The University of Central Florida and Lake-Sumter State College share a campus in Clermont. UCF's main campus is in Orlando, but Clermont is one of eight of their regional locations.
The Lake-Sumter State College offers a variety of associate degrees and certificates, as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science degree.
Clermont, FL Education Statistics
- No High School4%
- Some High School35%
- Some College25%
- Associate Degree11%
- Bachelor Degree18%
- Graduate Degree7%
Tips for Renting in Clermont
Are you ready to live amid the citrus groves and picturesque lakes of Clermont? We bet! Let's take a glance at a couple of renters' rights and laws in the area. Your landlord has the legal right to increase rent as much as they see fit, so long as it's not retaliatory or discriminatory. Florida doesn't have rent control.
Your landlord is legally obligated to keep the apartment in good shape however, and you can withhold rent until certain repairs are made – but you have to go through the proper channels if you end up going this route.
Rental agreements vary, so make sure to read your lease in its entirety so you know what's expected of you and your landlord.
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