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8514 Hillside Ave
Bel Air-Beverly Crest, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Ruslan Shkurenko, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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5 Bath
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4,689 Sqft
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11658 Morrison St
Valley Village, South Valley, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Ekaterina Chubarova, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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421 N Robinwood Dr
Brentwood, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Anne Leeds, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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6 Bath
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4,452 Sqft
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3711 Ocean Front Walk
Marina Peninsula, Venice, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Tara Alpin, 1 day ago
2 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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1,321 Sqft
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1425 N Kings Rd
Bel Air-Beverly Crest, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Stefan Pommepuy, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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3,300 Sqft
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417 Norwich Dr
West Hollywood, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Roberto Seixas, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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5 Bath
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4,072 Sqft
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1000 Indiana Ct
East of Lincoln, Venice, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Elana Fullmer, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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4.5 Bath
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2,686 Sqft
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6359 Colgate Ave
Mid-City West, Central LA, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Rhiannon Genov, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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5.5 Bath
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4,098 Sqft
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1409 Lachman Ln
Marquez Knolls, Pacific Palisades, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Carla Winnie, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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3,280 Sqft
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2529 N Commonwealth Ave
Los Feliz, Greater Griffith Park, Central LA, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Jacqueline Cahen, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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3,710 Sqft
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1524 N Sierra Bonita Ave
Hollywood Hills West, Central LA, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Joshua Morrow, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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4.5 Bath
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2,700 Sqft
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12314 Rochedale Ln
Brentwood, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By William Baker, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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3 Bath
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2,548 Sqft
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17330 Tramonto Dr
Castellammare, Pacific Palisades, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Madison Hildebrand, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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1.5 Bath
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4,028 Sqft
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435 N Sweetzer Ave
Mid-City West, Central LA, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Barak Maimon, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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6 Bath
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4,000 Sqft
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2753 Laurel Pass
Bel Air-Beverly Crest, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Sharon Hakimfar, 1 day ago
3 Bed
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2.5 Bath
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2,551 Sqft
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540 Stassi Ln
Pacific Palisades, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Mick Avramovic, 1 day ago
5 Bed
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3.5 Bath
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4,250 Sqft
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165 Homewood Rd
Brentwood, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Laura Brau, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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4.5 Bath
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3,665 Sqft
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14893 Round Valley
Sherman Oaks, South Valley, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Trey Alligood, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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6 Bath
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3,800 Sqft
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1240 Morningside Way
East of Lincoln, Venice, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Justin Pace, 1 day ago
6 Bed
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6 Bath
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5,964 Sqft
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11247 Briarcliff Ln
Studio City, South Valley, Los Angeles
$25,000
By Mauricio Umansky, 1 day ago
4 Bed
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6.5 Bath
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6,673 Sqft
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Los Angeles

Los Angeles, also known as the "City of Angels", is the second-most populated city in the United States after New York City, with over 4 million people calling this city home. Los Angeles is known as the financial, cultural, and commercial center of Southern California. It is also known for its beaches, relaxed vibes, and its celebrity residents. The rental market in Los Angeles follows the trends of the rental market for big cities; vacancy rates are low and rents are high. Finding a vacant…

Los Angeles Apartments for Rent

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, also known as the “City of Angels”, is the second-most populated city in the United States after New York City, with over 4 million people calling this city home. Los Angeles is known as the financial, cultural, and commercial center of Southern California. It is also known for its beaches, relaxed vibes, and its celebrity residents. The rental market in Los Angeles follows the trends of the rental market for big cities; vacancy rates are low and rents are high. Finding a vacant and affordable apartment in Los Angeles isn’t easy but it’s not impossible, either.
Atmosphere

L.A, short for Los Angeles, is different than other big cities located in the United States. The city is the entertainment capital of the world, and most people come here to find fame and stardom in Hollywood. However, the city has so much more to offer than just a hope of stardom. Los Angeles is also known for its excellent sunny weather, relaxed vibe, ethnic diversity, and its access to great beaches.

The city is a major tourist magnet, with Hollywood, its celebrity residents, Universal Studios, Venice Beach, Santa Monica Pier, and so much more. In 2015, the city was the destination for around 45.6 million visitors, a mix of domestic and international visitors, a new record for the city. In the same year, 40.6 billion was spent by visitors in Los Angeles, making tourism a big factor for growth.

Like any big city, the number of different cuisines you’ll find here are endless. While you might think that L.A only got great tacos, think again. Los Angeles impresses visitors and residents with their great selection in Mexican-American, Ramen, Thai, burgers, you name it! Anything that could please your palate you’ll find here. And don’t forget the enticing street cars with smells you could only dream of.

History

The history of Los Angeles started in 1542 when Los Angeles was claimed for Spain alongside the rest of what would become Alta California. However, the city wasn’t officially founded until 1781, and it became a part of Mexico in 1821. Los Angeles didn’t become a part of the United States until the end of the Mexican-American War, in 1848.

The growth of the city was due to the discovery of oil in the 1890s and the completion of the Los Angeles Aqueduct in 1931, which was to deliver water from Eastern California. Today, some of the major sectors influencing the city’s growth is the entertainment industry, agriculture, manufacturing, banking and financing, and tourism. As of today, Los Angeles holds one of the biggest economies in the United States.

Los Angeles isn’t know for their high rise construction, but there still are some high buildings located throughout Los Angeles. The rental market in L.A is also known as difficult to approach, like New York, but it is absolutely not impossible. Almost 50% of city’s housing units are occupied by renters, and even though rents might be high at the moment, vacancy rates are low.

Getting Around

Being that Los Angeles is the second most populated city in the country, and also a big tourist attraction, it would be irresponsible to not have a public transportation system in place. Luckily, Los Angeles got the public transportation system down, and getting around the city is pretty easy. But here’s the different mode of transportation options anyway.

Car: Most of the city’s residents drive in Los Angeles. Traffic can be pretty bad at times, but that doesn’t stop the residents from hitting the breaks. Parking however, can be a downside to driving. Parking around downtown Los Angeles can quickly become a frustrating affair, as on street parking is hard to come by and parking garages are often highly priced.

Los Angeles Metro Rail: The Los Angeles Metro Rail is a great option instead of driving. It’s cheaper and it’s faster, a regular base fare being $1.75. The LA Metro Rail consists of six lines, serving 93 stations. The red and purple lines are the heavy lines, which often is referred to as the lines with the highest volume of traffic/passengers. The Los Angeles Metro Rail is the ninth busiest in the country.

Bus: The city’s bus system is the second busiest in the entire country. With the LA County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, the bus systems, and the metro rail, there’s really no need to be driving anywhere in Los Angeles.

Universities Nearby
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • University of Southern California
  • University of California, Berkeley
  • Golden Gate University
  • California State University, Los Angeles

Check it Out

Los Angeles is a well known city by most people, and therefore the attractions we mention here might not be surprising recommendations. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t check them out!

When you’re in Los Angeles you need to check out the celebrities. If you can’t spot them in real life you have so many other options for seeing some stars. Like going to Hollywood Walk of Fame and getting your picture taken next to the brass star embedded in the sidewalk of your favorite celebrity. Another option is hopping on a bus for a Hollywood sightseeing tour. These tours take you through known L.A. streets, the Hollywood Sign, and they’ll point out some of the homes of famous people.

Other things you can check out in L.A. is Universal Studios Hollywood, one of the oldest and most well known film studios that is still in use today. You won’t regret taking a studio tour. Also, don’t forget to visit the iconic Venice Beach Boardwalk and Santa Monica Pier.

For those interested, Los Angeles currently has 2,505 residential listings advertised on the market for rent. From data that we've compiled, listings range from $2,785 in the lower quartile to $6,500 in the upper quartile. Generally speaking, the median rental price is $3,950 or $41 / ft². For those interested in renting a listing in this search area, there are currently 125 studio, 603 one-bedroom, 873 two-bedroom, 537 three-bedroom, and 367 four+ bedroom properties available for rent.
For your convenience, we've included a more detailed breakdown of rental pricing by median bedroom sizes here:
Bedrooms Rent Rent / ft²
Studio $2,234 $49
1 BR $2,680 $43
2 BR $3,750 $39
3 BR $5,200 $38
4+ BR $12,500 $45

We make sure to refresh our rental listings every hour in order to provide you with the newest and most up-to-date inventory available on the market.

Los Angeles is located within Los Angeles County, California. This area currently has 10,057,155 residents in 3,281,845 households. Out of the total population, 56.41% of the residents speak another language at home instead of English. The majority of the inhabitants in this county are currently unmarried and have a median age of 35.8.

When looking at residents older than 25, 20.68% have graduated from high school, 20.09% have a bachelor's degree, and 10.68% have obtained their master's degree or above. Employment rate is typically around 58.6% and the median income in this county is $57,952.

At least 54.31% of those living in this county rents their homes. Most residents will commute to work by car with an average commute time of 30.4 minutes.

Geographically, Los Angeles County, California is a part of the Los Angeles - Long Beach - Anaheim, CA Urban Area. This county is currently home to 12,492,745 residents, or 4,042,635 households with a median income of $60,884. the Los Angeles - Long Beach - Anaheim, CA Urban Area residents have a median age of 35.9 and 53.14% are currently renting their homes in the area.

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