Long Beach Real Estate & Other Beach Cities

Whatever you reason is for moving to Southern California, you found the best resource.  Whether you are just starting your search for Long Beach homes or condos to live at the beach or another beach city along the coastline, we can assist you.

Some of our clients are downsizing or investing in Southern California mansions. I have agents on my real estate team that work with first-time buyers, move up buyers, home sellers, people downsizing, 55 and over retirement communities, celebrities looking for homes, mansions and estates.

What cities do you want to move to?  Review our list of Southern California cities or call us.  We will give you some friendly wisdom to help you find the right city and community.

Thinking of Living at The Beach?

Long Beach Homes - Long Beach CA Real Estate Some of our clients love the beach and want to explore Long Beach real estate, Huntington Beach houses, Seal Beach real estate or other coastal cities like Corona Del Mar, Newport Beach, Newport Coast, Laguna Beach, Dana Point or San Clemente.

Research Neighborhoods

For example, if you are thinking about Long Beach, take a few minutes to explore the 35 different areas through our Long Beach neighborhoods list in the city so you can make a good investment with your money.  If you are not looking in Long Beach, the consider other beach neighborhoods by a city. 

Relocating to Long Beach?

Relocating to Long Beach | Southern California GuideRelocating to Long Beach or beach city in Southern California takes a lot of planning and deciding which area is the best for your new lifestyle.

Perhaps, you want warmer weather by getting out of the cold. Or you have always wanted to live at the beach and now you are ready to move. Whatever your reasons are for moving, we want to be a resource for you.

That’s why we love to make this move easier for you by answering the questions you have and creating a custom relocation guide or a list of information that you need.

I sent generic relocation guides out in the past and I never heard back from anyone. So, my real estate team and I decided to create a quick relocation guide answering your questions about moving.

What is the Climate Like Along the Coastline?

When you think of weather in Long Beach, think over 340 days of sun. Temperatures range from 67 to 77 from November to June. July to September goes from 82 to 84 on the average. Overall the low is about 55.4 and the high is 74.2.

Great weather enables you to stroll on the beach. Sail in the bay or on the ocean. Water ski in the marine stadium. Paddle boarding, wind surfing, swimming, sailing, boating, surfing and kayaking year round.

Long Beach Real Estate Neighborhoods

There are 35 different Long Beach neighborhoods to explore.  You can live near the coastline in Belmont Shore, the Peninsula, Belmont Park, Naples Island, Belmont Heights, Alamitos Beach, Downtown area, Spinnaker Bay, Spinnaker Cove, Bay Harbour and Marina Pacifica.  Long Beach has some of the most affordable housing in southern California. 

Finding a House or Condo to Call Takes Time. And, Here’s What We Will Do for You, as Our Client

Instead of waiting for real estate listings of a single family homes or condominiums to come on the market, we go and find what you need.

We are willing to go door to door asking owners if they want to sell or mail to the area to find a home just for you.  We take an active marketing effort to find you properties that match what you truly desire in a home.

Let’s meet and talk about your real estate plans. Perhaps, our “going the extra mile” system will work for you. Simply call Jay at 800-300-6126.

Moving to the Inland Empire?

If you are thinking about relocating to the Inland empire like Riverside County or San Bernardino County, we have real estate team members that can help you.  

Perhaps you want to live in Corona, Lake Elinsore, Menifee, Murrieta or the wine country of Temecula.  We have a licensed California Realtor® on our real estate team, that will work at your pace to help you find a place to call “home”.  

Where Do You Want to Live?