Los Angeles Homes for Sale
Are you looking for Los Angeles Homes For Sale? Then you’ve come to the right place! Recently listed properties throughout the Los Angeles area are provided here on our website. You can search from thousands of properties as listed on the MLS including houses, condos, new homes, townhomes, and foreclosures.
Simply complete the search form on your right, if you’re ready to start your home search. This will help you refine your search by number of bedrooms, bathrooms, price, property type, etc.
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Los Angeles Real Estate
The L.A. Real Estate market is one of the most complex and diverse real estate markets in the world. You can find every thing from multi-million dollar estates with 15 bedrooms and bathrooms, to tiny 700 square foot houses built during World War II. 35% of the properties for sale in Los Angeles have less than 1,200 square feet. Just 11% of the houses for sale are larger than 3,000 square feet.
Nearly one third of all of the active listings in LA are condominiums, townhomes, or Row Houses. There are also a fair amount of distressed properties, including short sales and foreclosures.
As result of the high demand, housing in Los Angeles is more expensive than most parts of the United States. The average list price of LA homes is nearly $1,000,000. In some areas like Downtown, Westlake, Hollywood, University Park, Marina del Rey, and East Hollywood, nearly all of the residents rent. There isn’t a lot of real estate for sale in these areas. When properties are for sale in the highly urban areas they are typically high end luxury condos.
Some of the high end areas like Hidden Hills, La Habra Heights, Porter Ranch, San Marino, Rolling Hills, Palos Verdes Estates, Leona Valley, Hasley Canyon, Beveryly Crest, and the La Canada Flintridge are have home ownership rates of more than 90%. Real Estate in these Los Angeles neighborhoods is generally very expensive. Home values here are substantially higher than they were a few decades ago.
About Los Angeles California
Los Angeles California is the second largest city in the United States and home to some of the nicest and most expensive homes in the entire country. With a prime location near the Pacific Ocean, the mild climate of LA makes it a great place to work and live. Los Angeles is a world center for business, entertainment, and culture. The average high temperature in January is a pleasant 68.6 degrees, and the August high is just 84.8. It’s no wonder so many people love L.A.
Los Angeles City itself had a population of 3,792,621 during the 2010 census, and the greater Los Angeles metro area has a population of 12,828,837.
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