Long Beach, CA Real Estate
Long Beach, California is located in Los Angeles County. Nearby cities and towns include Signal Hill, Lakewood, Rossmoor, Hawaiian Gardens, Los Alamitos, Bellflower, Carson, Seal Beach, Artesia, Paramount, East Rancho Dominguez, Cerritos, Cypress, Compton, La Palma, Sunset Beach, West Carson, Norwalk, Lynwood, West Rancho Dominguez, Lomita, Downey, Stanton, Willowbrook, Buena Park, South Gate, Westminster, Santa Fe Springs, Gardena, Torrance, Midway City, La Mirada, Cudahy, Bell Gardens, Rolling Hills Estates, Rolling Hills, Garden Grove, South Whittier, Alondra Park, West Athens, Huntington Beach, Walnut Park, Bell, Florence-Graham, Rancho Palos Verdes, Huntington Park, Westmont, Lawndale, East La Mirada, Maywood, West Whittier-Los Nietos, Redondo Beach, Commerce, Hawthorne, Pico Rivera, Fountain Valley, Palos Verdes Estates, Whittier, Vernon, Del Aire, Fullerton, Hermosa Beach, La Habra, Lennox, Montebello, Manhattan Beach, Inglewood, Rose Hills, East Los Angeles, El Segundo, La Habra Heights, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Hacienda Heights, Monterey Park, View Park-Windsor Hills, South San Gabriel, Anaheim, South El Monte, Ladera Heights, Placentia, Avocado Heights, Rosemead, Brea, Rowland Heights, Alhambra, Orange, Culver City, La Puente, Industry, El Monte, Villa Park, West Puente Valley, Marina del Rey, San Gabriel, South San Jose Hills, Tustin, Valinda, South Pasadena, Newport Beach, North Tustin, Temple City, Baldwin Park, North El Monte, San Marino, East San Gabriel, West Covina, Yorba Linda, Mayflower Village, West Hollywood, San Pasqual, Walnut, East Pasadena, Beverly Hills, Arcadia, Diamond Bar, Irvine, Santa Monica, South Monrovia Island, Irwindale, Vincent, and Pasadena. Long Beach is an urban community with a population of 466,736. The median household income is $52,460. In Long Beach, 36% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 36% of the households. Half the population of Long Beach commutes 23 minutes or less to work, with 63% of residents holding white collar jobs and 37% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Long Beach, CA is 43 years, with 38% of those homes owned, 55% rented, and 7% not occupied. In the previous year, 4913 Long Beach properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Long Beach in the previous year was $355,708.