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Los Angeles Schools and Demographics


Education near Los Angeles, CA

City County
College Degree - 2 year 6 7
College Degree - 4 year 21 20

Demographics near Los Angeles, CA

City County
Population 3,920,026 10,068,037
Population Density 8,363 2,481
Median Age 36.8 37
People per Household 2.8 3
Median Household Income 48,399 53,380
Average Income per Capita 30,568 29,858

Los Angeles Homes For Sale & Area Information

 With a population of more than 9.8 million, Los Angeles County is the most populous county in the United States.  The county itself is more populous than 42 of the country's states and the city of Los Angeles is the country's second largest city.  It is home to over a quarter of all California residents and exhibits some of the most diversity nationwide.

Homes for sale in Los Angeles

If you're in the market for Los Angeles County real estate, you'll have a wide range of properties to choose from.  Just about every style of home is represented in the county, including homes designed by world-renowned architects.  In Los Angeles County you'll find everything from Spanish style to Midcentury modern, beach houses to bungalows, and multi-million dollar estates to condos.

Major Cities in Los Angeles County

Los Angeles encompasses an area of over 4,000 square miles, making it bigger than Rhode Island and Delaware combined.  There are 88 incorporated cities that make up the county as well as two islands - San Clemente Island and  Santa Catalina Island.  Some of the most populous cities in the county include: In addition, there are a large number of unincorporated areas in Los Angeles that fall directly under the county's jurisdiction.  They include:
  • Altadena
  • Castaic
  • Desert View Highlands
  • East Los Angeles
  • La Crescenta - Montrose
  • Marina del Rey
  • Topanga
  • Walnut Park
Los Angeles County is divided into several areas.  The major areas of Los Angeles County include:
  • Central (Downtwon Los Angeles, Mid-Wilshire)
  • West (Westside, Beach Cities)
  • East (Eastside, San Gabriel Valley, Pomona Valley)
  • North (San Fernando Valley, sections of the Conejo Valley, sections of the Antelope Valley, Santa Clarita Valley)
  • South (South Bay, Palos Verdes Peninsula, South Los Angeles, Gateway Cities)

Los Angeles County Attractions

Los Angeles County is home to some of the country's premiere attractions and entertainment venues.  Within the county lies the center of American film and television, Hollywood.  Residents and visitors can enjoy a day at Universal Studios Hollywood, a theme park that entertains guests with thrill rides based on major movies as well as studio tours to catch a glimpse of how movies are made. Los Angeles County is home to many parks, the largest of which is Griffith Park. Here visitors can enjoy biking, hiking, picnicking, horseback riding or visiting the Los Angeles Zoo.  The park is also home to  Griffith Park Observatory, where visitors can view exhibits about the universe and offers opportunities to  learn about the night sky.  The Observatory has been featured in many classic films, such as Rebel Without a Cause. The county has many museums that offer detailed views of our cultural history.  Some of these include: Los Angeles County is home to a variety of music venues where you can hear everything from garage band rock n' roll to the Los Angeles Philharmonic to Broadway-quality live stage shows.  Some of the places in the county to enjoy live music and entertainment include:

Los Angeles County Transportation

Los Angeles County certainly has a reputation for its transportation system.  There are many major highways that serve the area including I-5, I-105, I-405, I-605, I-10, I-110, I-210, I-710, US Route 101 and many, many more. There are several major airports within Los Angeles County.  The largest is Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).  Others include Long Beach Municipal Airport, Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, LA/Palmdale Regional Airport, Van Nuys Airport, Santa Monica Airport, Hawthorne Municipal Airport and Zamperini Field in Torrance. Because Los Angeles County has many port facilities, there are a number of railroad lines.  Passenger rail service is provided by Amtrak, Los Angeles Metro Rail and Metrolink.  Union Station in downtown Los Angeles is the primary hub for commuter trains. Los Angeles County also has two major seaports.  The Port of Los Angeles is the largest cruise ship center on the west coast and handles more than 1 million passengers annually.  Ferry service is also available to Catalina Island through Long Beach.  The Port of Long Beach handles mostly commercial sea traffic.

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Flagship Realty, Inc.
316 W. 2nd Street #1104
Los Angeles, CA
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Seven Star Realty
319 East 2nd Street #204
Los Angeles, CA
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Wilshire Metro Realty Inc.
800 W. 1st Strret Suite 400-10
Los Angeles, CA
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Metro District Realty
355 S. Grand Ave. Suite 2450
Los Angeles, CA
(213) 422-2275
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Blue Urban Capital, Inc.
244 S. San Pedro St. #505
Los Angeles, CA
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CB Richard Ellis, Inc.
400 S. Hope St. #25
Los Angeles, CA
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The Proud Crowd Inc.
215 W. 5th Street #904
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Prudential California Realty
448 Hill St. #815.
Los Angeles, CA
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Metroplex Advisors
362 E. 2nd St.
Los Angeles, CA
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