Los Angeles, CA Housing


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The housing market in Los Angeles, CA is incredibly expensive compared to the national average. The median value for a home in the city is $912,500, much higher than the US median at $338,100. However, this high price tag has been accompanied by steady appreciation over the past year of 10.60%, which is even greater than the national average of 8.27%. This makes it an excellent investment opportunity for those who can afford it and should attract buyers from all over the country.

The median home cost in Los Angeles is $912,500. Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 142.1%. Home Appreciation in Los Angeles is up 14.8%.

Average Age of Homes
- The median age of Los Angeles real estate is 56 years old
The Rental Market in Los Angeles
- Renters make up 58.5% of the Los Angeles population
- 2.9% of houses and apartments in Los Angeles, are available to rent

DID YOU KNOW
Buying a home is the biggest single purchase most people make during their lives. The second largest is most often an automobile.

Median Monthly Rent by Number of Bedrooms

   Housing by Year Built

  HousingLos Angeles, CaliforniaUnited States
  1,503,915.0139,647,020.0
  5842
  $912,500$338,100
  14.8%16.6%
  51.5%57.0%
  142.1%101.1%
  $6.92$10.98
  $4,887$2,690
  34.0%57.4%
  7.9%11.2%
  58.1%31.4%
  Vacant Housing
  2.9%1.9%
  0.6%0.4%
  0.4%0.7%
  0.3%0.4%
  0.9%3.6%
  2.9%4.1%
  Value of Owner-Occupied Housing
  0.9%2.6%
  0.2%2.4%
  0.4%2.8%
  0.4%3.9%
  0.3%4.5%
  0.7%11.3%
  0.6%13.0%
  2.4%20.1%
  6.2%13.6%
  11.3%8.3%
  32.4%9.7%
  17.7%3.9%
  12.0%2.2%
  5.8%0.8%
  8.9%1.1%
  Housing Units by Year Structure Built
  0.1%0.2%
  5.5%13.6%
  5.5%13.6%
  6.0%13.6%
  10.6%13.2%
  13.4%14.8%
  6.0%13.6%
  16.8%10.0%
  9.3%4.7%
  19.7%12.2%
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Over 3 years ago

If I could give this place negative five stars, I would. Most of the people here are a giant waste of time. They are liars, manipulators, psychopaths, and sociopaths.  More

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Timothy · 

Even with the high costs of living and the sooty air, I feel there is no other place in USA that has access to oceans and beaches, cultural and recreational  More

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Over 3 years ago

Ahhh where to begin? Long summary so bare with me. Born and raised in this ****hole, after 25 years finally getting close to be able to move state as I dreamed, as I've  More

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