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Tinsel Town, La-La Land, and the City of Angels welcomes you home

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There are numerous nicknames for Los Angeles, just as there are various vibes within this sprawling city. Between rugged mountains and sandy shorelines, a laid-back surf culture and a high-powered commercial district, and food trucks and some of the world’s top-rated, five-star restaurants, Los Angeles features diversity in every aspect possible. Somehow, all of the pieces of this city fit together seamlessly, making Los Angeles the unique destination we know and love. From Rodeo Drive and Beverly Hills to Hollywood and Chinatown, there is the perfect neighborhood for everyone in Los Angeles. From celebrity sightings to unbeatable shopping destinations, Los Angeles is hard to beat. Enjoy a hike in the Santa Monica Mountains, Griffith Park, or Topanga State Park, enjoy the famous entertainment at Universal Studios Hollywood, see the stars along the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame, or stop in to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Your options are endless for entertainment, dining, and shopping in Los Angeles. And don’t forget about the easy access to international travel through the expansive Los Angeles International Airport.

Though Los Angeles is famous for its film industry, it’s also well-known for its amazing beaches like Venice Beach, Santa Monica Beach, El Matador Beach, Manhattan Beach, and Hermosa Beach. After a day of surfing and swimming, catch a sporting event or a live show at LA Live, housing the Microsoft Theatre, the STAPLES Center, the Grammy Museum, and a variety of restaurants and nightclubs. Outside of entertainment, Los Angeles houses numerous prestigious colleges and universities, from the University of California, Los Angeles to the University of Southern California.

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Cruising in LA

As of November 2022, the average apartment rent in Los Angeles, CA is $1,615 for a studio, $2,354 for one bedroom, $3,143 for two bedrooms, and $2,760 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Los Angeles has increased by 10.4% in the past year.

BedsAvg. Sq. Ft.Avg. Rent
Studio 471 sq.ft. $1,615 /mo.
1 BR 601 sq.ft. $2,354 /mo.
2 BR 884 sq.ft. $3,143 /mo.
3 BR 789 sq.ft. $2,760 /mo.


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Very Walkable

83 out of 100 WalkScore® Rating

If you enjoy walking, you’ll enjoy renting in this area! It’s a very walkable neighborhood.

Good Transit

63 out of 100 TransitScore® Rating

The area around this property has good transit with many nearby transportation options.


66 out of 100 BikeScore® Rating

While there’s some bike infrastructure in this area, you’ll still need a car for many errands.


Per Capita Income $56,851
Median Household Income $74,056
Total Population 9,905,500 people
Average Age 39 years old
Average Rent $2,354
Annual Rent Change 10.44%


Eagle Rock High

Public Middle & High School

7 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 7-12

2,291 Students

Palms Middle

Public Middle School

7 out of 10 GreatSchools® Rating

Grades 6-8

1,256 Students

Points of Interest

Parks and Recreation

  • Ballona Creek Trail - Ballona Wetlands Ecological Reserve Access
  • Mathias Botanical Garden
  • Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area
  • Zimmer Children's Museum
  • La Brea Tar Pits


  • Los Angeles International
  • Bob Hope


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