Fort Worth is a city located in the northeastern part of Texas. It is the 5th largest city of the state, and the 17th largest city in the nation. Fort Worth is the county seat for Tarrant county. The city encompasses a total area of 298.9 square miles, with 6.3 square miles of the total as water.
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According to the 2007 official census, Fort Worth has an estimated population of 686,850 people. Its population density was 1.827.8 people per square mile. Health insurance and life insurance quotes are heavily influenced by the demographics of the area. The racial makeup of the area was 59.69% Caucasian, 29.81% Hispanic/Latino, 20.26% African American, 2.64% Asian American, 0.59% Native American, 0.06% Pacific Islander and 14.05% other. Roughly 2.72% of the total population came from two or more racial backgrounds. The median household income was $37,074 and the median family income was $42,939.
Fort Worth home insurance depend on the weather and climate of the area. The city has a humid subtropical climate. The summers are hot and humid while the winters are mild and dry. Most of the rain falls in May and the Spring/Summer months. The area is prone to supercells, which produce frequent tornadoes.
Auto insurance relies on road and highway conditions and availability in the city. Eight Interstate Highways (I-20, I-30, I-345, I-35, I-45, I-635, and I-820), five U.S. Highways, and seven State Highways serve the Dallas/Forth Worth area. Loop 12, Loop 288, Spur 97, Spur 280, Spur 366, Spur 366, Spur 408, Spur 482, the Dallas North Tollway and the President George Bush Turnpike also run through the area.