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Where to Find Condos for Sale in Los Angeles County? Everywhere.

If you are shopping for condos, then you are likely familiar with the perks and benefits that condo-living provides. On-site amenities, well-maintained green spaces, and the reduced stress of not having to worry about your dwelling’s exterior are a few of the things that many buyers find attractive. Cities are a great place to find this type of housing, where community-living combined with the benefits of ownership woo buyers into signing on the dotted line. And fortunately for house-hunters, condos for sale in Los Angeles County, a major metropolis in southern California, are plentiful.

History of Los Angeles County California

Historic LA

Southern California has a rich history that stretches beyond the modern record. The original inhabitants of the area were the Kizh Nation (Gabrieleños), sometimes referred to as the Tongva people.
They lived and worked with the land as seafaring coastal people, utilizing the abundance of the Channel Islands to fish, harvest shellfish and pinnipeds, and make tools. The Gabrileños were bounded on all sides by tribes from various other Nations, and by the time the first overland group of Spaniards arrived in the area in 1769, they found over 5,000 Gabrileños living in over 100 villages.

Fast forward many years and wars later, the United States acquired southern California from Mexico in 1848. By 1850, California entered statehood as the 31st state, and with that was the creation of its 27 original counties, one of which was Los Angeles County.

Although the county is still relatively large today, its area used to be even greater, extending all the way to the Nevada border. Its domain was divvied up into the surrounding counties you see on the map today: Inyo, Kern, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties.

By 1887, an oil and real estate boom sparked the proliferation of many new cities and the county grew steadily into the next two millenniums congealing into the mega-metropolis it has now become.

Historic LA

Los Angeles County Namesake

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Ciudad de los Ángeles
LA Almanac reports that there is likely no other major city in America with a namesake more disputed than that of Los Angeles. The original city names were either: El Pueblo de la Reyna de los Ángeles, or El Pueblo de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles de Porciúncula. Either way, both names talk about angels, so regardless of what the original name actually was—you get the gist. The city’s name was shortened too, (thankfully), arriving at Ciudad de los Ángeles, Los Angeles, preserving the angel portion of the namesake nonetheless.

The naming of Los Angeles County, being one of the originals and the very epicenter of the region—growing from tiny pueblo into a major metropolis— is an homage to the city’s roots.

LA Angels Stadium

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If you are shopping for condos, then you are likely familiar with the perks and benefits that condo-living provides. On-site amenities, well-maintained green spaces, and the reduced stress of not having to worry about your dwelling’s exterior are a few of the things that many buyers find attractive. Cities are a great place to find this type of housing, where community-living combined with the benefits of ownership woo buyers into signing on the dotted line. And fortunately for house-hunters, condos for sale in Los Angeles County, a major metropolis in southern California, are plentiful.

Los Angeles County, CA Demographics

Buy a Condo in L.A. County. Everyone Else Is…
Los Angeles County is home to a whopping 10-million residents. 88 cities and even more towns and unincorporated areas dot the landscape made up of 70 miles of coastline, mountains, valleys, and everything in between.

The United States Census Bureau and its 2020 Census Report tells us a lot about the county. Its area spans over 4,000 square miles, with a density of 2,473 people per square mile. There are 3,328,398 households in the county with the average size being three persons.

Census Reporter, a website that makes easy-to-read infographics from census data shows us that there are 3,579,423 housing units, nearly 93% of them are occupied. How many of them are condos for sale in Los Angeles County? We can’t be sure exactly, but it’s a safe bet that there are quite a bit.

55% of the figures above are owner-occupied housing units, and in the 2020 Census, homeowners reported a median mortgage cost of around $2,500. Property values are in good shape, too, with the average valuation being $644,100.

Employment in the county should not be hard to achieve. The average household income is around $68,000, just slightly above the national average of $67,521. Los Angeles County is filled with industry, more than just the entertainment sector, with the county being home-base to big-name corporations like SpaceX, Mattel Inc., Princess Cruise Lines, Hulu, Isuzu, Memorex, Trader Joe’s, Makita Tools, The Honest Company, and Molina Healthcare.

All five of the major entertainment studios are located in the county as well—that’s Paramount Pictures, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, Warner Bros., and Walt Disney Studios.

Los Angeles County is also home to two very important west coast ports: The Port of Long Beach and the Port of Los Angeles. The latter port is said to be the busiest container port in America, processing 10 million container units in 2021.

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Continuous Growth in the County Makes Los Angeles a Solid Investment

Los Angeles County is massive. Large in size, and even larger than life when it comes to culturally-rich experiences, the county offers something for everyone. You can find condos in affluent areas dripping in luxury, or more affordable abodes in perfect pockets of family-oriented familiarity.

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No matter where you land, buying a condo in Los Angeles County is a smart idea. With a high quality of life, great climate, wonderful people, and a never-ending supply of things to do, a condo in this county is a dwelling type that will give you more of your time back to spend on things that really matter—like going to the beach, because, surf’s up.

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