Long Beach Homes & Real Estate
Welcome to your top Long Beach home & LA County real estate resource. Long Beach is an oceanfront city located in Southern California that offers a wide range of amenities and easy access to the beach-loving lifestyle. Long Beach lies along the Pacific coast, within Los Angeles County. Its 2014 population numbered 473,577. Its name comes from a seven-mile stretch of beach that runs from the downtown area to Belmont Shore and the Peninsula. When 16th-century Spanish explorers arrived, they found an area dominated by the Tongva people, who built at least three communities within what is now Long Beach. The Port of Long Beach is the country's second-busiest container port and one of the biggest global shipping ports. Downtown Los Angeles is 27 miles north, affording Long Beach residents easy access to its employment, educational, recreational, and shopping opportunities while enjoying the pleasant climate associated with Southern California. Find the newest Long Beach homes & condos for sale & real estate property listings in Long Beach below! Browse other LA County homes, Los Angeles condos, luxury homes and oceanfront homes for sale by location, size or price and let this website be your local real estate guide. We would love to be your Long Beach Real Estate Agent and assist in the home buying process. For information about Long Beach homes & condos for sale in Southern California or to schedule a private home showing, contact your expert Long Beach real estate agents today. Read more about Long Beach real estate.
Homes For Sale in Long Beach CA
Long Beach Real Estate Search
This page is updated with Long Beach home listings several times per day directly from the Long Beach, California MLS.
Each Long Beach MLS listing includes the property price, days on market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Also review local Long Beach property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools and Long Beach neighborhood amenities including parks and golf courses will be listed.
Long Beach Neighborhood
Individuals looking at homes for sale should expect a median sales price of $504,500, which is $415 per square foot, an increase of 8 percent beyond the figure for the preceding year. The local real estate market typically includes more than 200 listed homes at any given time. Most are single-family dwellings, townhouses, or condominiums. Prospective homebuyers will find that the most popular styles are ranch, contemporary, and Spanish structures, along with Craftsman bungalows. Home prices range from $430,900 to $7,500,000 for residences from 1,108 to 6,186 square feet. Properties on the market have two to six bedrooms and two to seven baths. Long Beach has nearly 100 distinct neighborhoods. Naples Island is a well-known neighborhood featuring beautiful homes along canals. Some waterfront residences and townhouses face golf courses, while some contemporary dwellings have docks outside their doors. Prospective homeowners who want to buy a home that’s new construction can shop among 30 builders and 62 new home communities in the area.
Long Beach Community Amenities
Long Beach has something for everyone, from the history buff to the surfer and the street art fan. It’s the departure point for Carnival Cruise Line vessels to several ports. Residents can fly out of the Long Beach Airport or Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Transportation within the city is the responsibility of Long Beach Transit, which operates a free shuttle to sites such as the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Long Beach Convention Center, and the historic Queen Mary. In the summer, its catamaran transports passengers between the downtown waterfront to the Alamitos Bay Landing. A light rail service runs between Long Beach and downtown Los Angeles. Major highways include the San Diego Freeway (I-405), the Golden State/Santa Ana Freeway (I-5), the Long Beach Freeway (I-710), and the Harbor Freeway (I-110). The Pacific Coast Highway runs through the southern part of the city. Long Beach is also known as a very bicycle-friendly city. Several large corporations have headquarters there, among them Epson America and Pioneer Electronics. The two largest employers are the Long Beach Unified School District and the Long Beach Memorial Medical Center.
Art buffs love exploring local attractions such as the Long Beach Museum of Art and the University Art Museum. The city is also well known for its street art. Music fans can attend performances of the Long Beach Symphony and the Long Beach Opera. The city also has several theater companies. Water buffs love life on the beach, visiting the Aquarium of the Pacific, and taking singing gondolier journeys through Naples’ canals. In addition to enjoying local baseball and basketball, sports fans sometimes make a quick trip to Los Angeles to take in a Rams or a Lakers game or to just enjoy a night on the town.
Long Beach Neighborhood Schools
The Long Beach Unified School District is responsible for the public schools that serve a majority of Long Beach. Other districts that also serve the city include the Los Angeles Unified School District, ABC Unified School District, and Paramount Unified School District. More than a dozen private schools educate elementary, middle school, and high school students. California State University, Long Beach has more than 35,000 students and is part of the state university network. Long Beach City College is a community college with two campuses in the city. DeVry University, Long Beach offers both undergraduate and graduate programs. The Pacific Coast University School of Law is in Long Beach. The city is also home to several trade and career schools.
Long Beach, CA Real Estate Agents
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