Long Beach CA Communities
There are 100’s of Long Beach condos in different communities throughout the city. Finding the right one that fits your budget and lifestyle is the key.
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All Condos for Sale in Long Beach CA
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Many of my clients have always wanted to live by the beach. Take long walks on the sand and watch the sunset over the ocean. Bike along the boardwalk that takes you from Belmont Shore in south Long Beach to downtown Long Beach in the north.
Frequently Asked Questions
Popular Long Beach Condos
Top 9 Things to Look for When Buying Long Beach Condos
What you should look for when buying a condominium
Location – drive by the area and ask yourself “can I see myself living here?” Drive around the block. If you have time, go in the morning and in the evening.
What top 5 features that you want in a property? Write the list down and focus on finding them in each condo. Identity prospective properties based on your list.
How much are the homeowner association fees per month?
What are the amenities are included?
Does the condo have inside laundry in the unit? If it says “community”, then laundry is usually coin operated in a room in the building
Parking. How many spaces does it say the properties for your unit?
How long has the condo been on the market for sale? If it is too long, it could mean it is overpriced or there is an issue. Ask your Long Beach Realtor® to do some research for you.
- Look for the words Land Lease in the property details. If it says “yes”, you will be paying an additional fee. It may be monthly, quarterly or yearly. It means that the developer of the community is still collecting a fee for each condo in the community. There are a few of these in Long Beach and Huntington Beach.
- What does the property status say? Does the property status say Active, Backup Offers, Pending or Sold. Active means it is currently for sale. Backup offers means that the seller will take a backup offer in case the current offer that they accepted falls out of escrow. Pending means that both buyer and seller have accepted the terms and it is in escrow. Sold means that the property has closed escrow and the buyer bought the property.
Does Long Beach have Townhomes?
Yes. There is a limited number of Long Beach townhomes Long Beach townhomes you can review too.