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Southern California Homes for Sale in 8 Counties
Southern California, also known as SoCal, has great skiing, surfing, recreation, parks, hiking, desert areas, and a breathtaking rugged coastline with miles of sandy beaches. Search for homes for sale through our map of Southern California by city.
There are eight counties represented in this Southern California map includes the counties of Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Imperial, and Santa Barbara. Discover Inland Empire real estate that covers Riverside County and San Bernardino County too.
Southern California Homes by the Beach
There are a number of ways to search for Southern California homes. Some people love coastal cities…while other people want to live inland.
Coastal cities that you may want to consider for luxury homes for sale in Los Angeles County include Malibu homes, Santa Monica, Venice, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, Rancho Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates and Long Beach.
Southern California Homes & Real Estate Market Report
According to the California Regional Multiple Listing Service, the average selling price of a single-family house is $1,093,277 in 2021 which is up 29.30% from 2020. An average selling price of a California condominium is $622,225 which is up 15.10% over 2020.
Southern California homes are selling within 21 days after being listed for sale and for 103.60% of the listed price in 2020.
The condo market is hot too. Condos are selling within 26 days and for 101.60% of the listed price.
Quick Summary of California
Making the move to California real estate offers you many choices to consider including what part of the state will you be moving to. California is located on the Pacific Coast and is bordered by Oregon, Nevada, and Arizona. It is home to over 39 million people. The Capital is located in Sacramento.
The state of California website is a great resource for information and links for virtually every aspect of the state, including business and agriculture, education, etc.; in addition to our Southern California homes resource on www.RedWagonTeam.com.
- There are 478 cities in California in 58 counties in the state.
- Area, 158,693 sq mi (411,015 sq km)
- The population of the State is over 39,540,000
- The largest city, Los Angeles
- 5th Largest City is Long Beach
- Nickname, Golden State.
- Motto, Eureka…..”I Have Found It”.
- State bird, California Valley Quail
- State flower: Golden Poppy
- State tree: California Redwood
Why Move to California? The Weather.
California’s climate varies. Most of the state enjoys a Mediterranean climate, with cool, rainy winters and dry summers. The best snowing skiing is found in the Sierra Mountains, Lake Tahoe, and in the Southern California mountains.
The beaches are amazing.
California’s farms are highly productive as a result of good soil, a long growing season, and the use of modern agricultural methods. Water irrigation is critical for growing produce, especially in the San Joaquin Valley and Imperial Valley.
Fishing is another important industry in California.
California continues to be a major U.S. center for motion-picture, television film, and related entertainment industries, especially in Hollywood and Burbank.
There are hundreds of airports in the state.
The most popular include Long Beach Airport, Ontario Airport, Los Angeles International Airport, John Wayne International Airport, Fresno International Airport, Metropolitan Oakland International Airport, Palm Springs International Airport, Sacramento International Airport, San Diego International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, San Jose International Airport and the San Bernardino International Airport.
California Home Values
Discover the market value of Southern California homes, condos, townhomes, or income property. To get a true current market value of your property in today’s real estate marketplace, contact Jay Valento, a California Realtor®® at 562-413-7655.
Moving to Southern California?
Whatever your reason is for moving to Southern California, you found the best Long Beach real estate resource.
Whether you are just starting your search for Long Beach houses or Long Beach condos or in another beach city along the coastline, we can assist you. You may be downsizing or investing in one of the many Southern California mansions.
We love working with first-time buyers, move-up buyers, home sellers, people downsizing, 55 and over retirement communities, celebrities & sports athletes looking for homes, mansions, and estates.
A list of Southern California Cities
What cities do you want to move to? Research on our quick links above you or Wikipedia for Southern California. We will give you some friendly wisdom to help you find the right city and community.
Southern California Homes in Los Angeles County
Agoura Hills, Bellflower, Beverly Glen, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Burbank, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Culver City, Downey, Encino, Glendale, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Hollywood, Lake Balboa, Lakewood, Long Beach, Los Angeles, Los Feliz, Malibu, Marina Del Rey, Moorpark, North Hollywood, Northridge, Norwalk, Pacific Palisades, Pasadena, Reseda, San Fernando, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Silver Lake, Simi Valley, South Pasadena, Studio City, Sun Valley, Sylmar, Tarzana, Toluca Lake, Topanga, Valley Glen, Valley Village, Van Nuys, West Hills, West Hollywood, Westlake Village, Westwood, Whittier.