LOS ANGELES OVERVIEW
Whether you’re looking to purchase a home, putting yours up for sale, or exploring rental options, get up-to-date information about the Los Angeles real estate market all in one place.
- Median home price: $549,800.
- Median rent: $1,302.
- Unemployment: 8.1%.
- Population: 3,949,776.
- Median age: 35.2.
LOS ANGELES REAL ESTATE MARKET
Los Angeles Real Estate Market Crash
Los Angeles housing indicators
As we now enter 2022’s undeclared recession, expect to see home sales volume continue its downward path, not to begin a consistent recovery until after prices reach their next bottom around 2025. Learn more.
The Los Angeles Real Estate Market May Finally Be Slowing Down
The Los Angeles real estate market is showing signs of being affected by the rising levels of inflation and mortgage rates as the year progresses. Read more.
Will The Los Angeles Housing Market Crash or Correct Itself?
If you are waiting because you think there is going to be huge bargains in the future and a huge price correction, you are better off playing the game right now. Read more.
Los Angeles Real Estate Market Update
Los Angeles Housing Market
What is the housing market like in Los Angeles today? Get the answer here.
Los Angeles, CA Housing Market
Take a look at this Los Angeles housing market overview from Realtor.
Optimistic Market Outlooks, Low Delinquency Rates, and More
The LA scene is set for continued recovery and improvement from high-demand industrial space to graciously low commercial mortgage delinquency rates. Read more.
Los Angeles Real Estate Market 2023
LA ranks near bottom of 2023 residential market forecast
It’s good news for potential buyers in the state, but not that good: Even as sales in the California metros are projected to drop, experts predict prices will still increase. Read more.
Los Angeles Housing Market: Prices, Trends, Forecast 2022-2023
After a two-year housing boom spurred in large part by record-low borrowing costs, the Los Angeles real estate market is now cooling down. Read more.
The Los Angeles Housing Market Predictions and Forecast for 2023
These are the forecasts for the median prices of existing homes, the housing inventory, and the median sales price. Learn more.
How communities are reimagining LA’s vacant lots
Citizens, contractors and community activists are reimagining the ways the lots can be utilized—with solutions ranging from temporary housing sites to plots for shared gardens. Learn more.
The Citizens of Skid Row: A View from Inside the Hub of L.A.’s Unhoused Community
Since the ’70s, this downtown has been a symbol of the city’s urban blight. But for the people who live there, it’s a neighborhood with its own codes and customs. Learn more.
Los Angeles Crime Map
The crime rate in Los Angeles is considerably higher than the national average across all communities in America. Learn more.
Los Angeles News
Keep up with the latest news here!
Top Real Estate Agents
There are a total of 25,813 real estate agents active in Los Angeles. Find yours here.
LOS ANGELES HELPFUL REAL ESTATE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES
Community Development And Urban Renewal Associations
- Department of Housing and Community Development.
- Strong, Prosperous, And Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC).
- Inclusive Action for the City.
Community Development Support
- The Los Angeles County Development Authority (LACDA).
- Community Development Foundation (LACDF).
- West Angeles Community Development Corporation.
Small Business, Leadership, And Community Engagement
- Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA).
- Community Investment For Families (CIFD).
- Los Angeles Housing Department.
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