East Los Angeles Homes & Real Estate

Search today's newest homes for sale and real estate in East Los Angeles. East Los Angeles, California is a community just six miles east of Los Angeles. Situated west of Monterey Park and Montebello and north of the neighboring city of Commerce, it had a population of 127,804 in 2016. East Los Angeles includes zip codes 90022, 90063, and 91754. Residents of this unincorporated area enjoy living near Los Angeles and the many community amenities available in the metropolitan area. Thanks to a moderate climate, homeowners enjoy many outdoor activities and take advantage of seven local parks. To request additional information about East Los Angeles, California properties for sale or to schedule a private home showing, contact your Los Angeles area real estate professionals today. Read more about East LA real estate.

Homes For Sale in East Los Angeles, CA

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East Los Angeles Real Estate Market

Buyers hoping to purchase a home in East Los Angeles can expect a median listing price of $549K and a median closing price of $515K. The asking amount for real estate has risen 22 percent since September 2017. Most listings on the market are existing properties in established neighborhoods that feature contemporary, ranch, or Spanish designs, with bungalows also being a popular choice. Both single-family homes and multi-family structures are for sale. Some houses feature built-in fireplaces, granite kitchens, or both. Properties with three bedrooms and one bath start in the high $400's. While three-bedroom homes with an equal number of baths start in the low $500's.

East Los Angeles Community Amenities

East Los Angles homeowners find it easy to stop by a small store for a few items or a supermarket for more ample supplies. Food from all around the world is plentiful only a few blocks from any home in this community. Budget-conscious buyers love the nearby Citadel Outlets, while the San Antonio Winery is only four miles away. Residents living here find it easy to take advantage of all that LA has to offer—job opportunities, dining, concerts, museums, as well as professional sports—by accessing the city via I-5. The Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension furnishes light rail services in and around neighboring communities. In addition, the County Metropolitan Transportation Authority offers bus service throughout the Los Angeles area. The East Los Angeles Shuttle furnishes local shuttle services. Boxing enthusiasts will want to check out the Eastside Eddie Heredia Boxing Club. Atlantic Avenue Park is a favorite thanks to a rose garden maintained by volunteers. Several other parks feature children’s playgrounds, picnic and barbecue areas, baseball diamonds, and basketball courts.

East Los Angeles Neighborhood Highlights

  • A Mediterranean climate that encourages outdoor community activities
  • Access to a full range of public services living in the of City of Los Angeles
  • Near many occupational and recreational opportunities of Los Angeles
  • Extensive highway and public transportation systems
  • Local restaurants featuring international cuisines

East Los Angeles School Information

Public education for students living in the community is split between the Montebello Unified School District and the Los Angeles Unified School District. The Los Angeles school district operates Amanecer Primary Center plus 12 additional elementary schools. And after attensing one of several middle schools, students can the move on to one of the following high schools that serves the neighborhoods of East LA: James A. Garfield, Ramona, Esteban Torres, or Alfonso Perez (K-12). Schools in the Montebello District include Gascon Elementary, Montebello Park Elementary, and Winter Gardens Elementary. Oscar De La Hoya Animo High School is a local charter school. 

Seven post-secondary schools, each with more than 2,000 students, are within six miles of the community: East Los Angeles College, California State University-LA, Marinello Schools of Beauty-LA, United Education Institute-Huntington Park campus, ICDC College, Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-LA, and Los Angeles Trade Technical College.

Many prospective California buyers will love the appeal of a city filled with established neighborhoods. The proximity of East Los Angeles to downtown LA affords a wealth of career opportunities and plenty of choices when it comes to an evening on the town or watching the UCLA Bruins in action on the football field. Add to these pluses a mild Mediterranean climate that caters to outdoor adventures. Buyers hoping to purchase a home will encounter a housing market featuring rising real estate prices and residences in a variety of styles, sizes, and prices—all great reasons to call this city home.

East Los Angeles Real Estate Agents

If you're buying or selling a home in East Los Angeles, let our team of Los Angeles area real estate experts guide you through the process with your East Los Angeles property today. As local real estate agents, we have exclusive insider knowledge of East Los Angeles market dynamics. Let us help you today!

To learn more about agent representation while buying or selling your East Los Angeles house, contact The DOMO Group. Check out our comparative market analysis page to receive a free home value estimate in East Los Angeles.

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