Los Angeles Real Estate: The Basics
Whether you’re a buyer, seller, or investor, you need accurate property data to make smart real estate decisions.
And if you’re looking to make real estate moves in the Los Angeles metro area? We’ve got all the property data you need right here.
The Los Angeles metro market includes major cities like Long Beach, Anaheim, Santa Ana, Irvine, Glendale, Huntington Beach, Pasadena, and Fullerton. Size-wise, it spans over 4,800 square miles and is home to more than 13 million residents, making it the second-most populated metro area in America.
|Number of properties||4.5 million|
|Total number of foreclosures*||11,439|
|Overall foreclosure rate||0.25% (1 in every 401 housing units)|
|Median Sales Price||$642,500|
|Average Homeownership Tenure||10.25 years|
|Home Flipping Rate||5.9%|
|Gross Flipping Profit||$134,250|
A Look at Detailed Los Angeles Property Data
Having a good handle on your market’s general stats is critical, but if you want to make the wisest, most lucrative real estate decisions possible, more detailed property data is a must.
You should also have access to:
- Sales and ownership records
- Foreclosure, judgment and lien data
- Deed transfers
- County, clerk, and other recorder data
- Zoning data
- Property values
- Assessment and tax records
- Mortgage loan data, including balances, lenders, and more
- Detailed property characteristics, like bedrooms, bathrooms, sewage system, fire resistance, HVAC details, lot size, and more
- Geocode and coordinate data