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Los Angeles County is a well-known, highly sought-after place to call home, and for good reason. With its warm weather, close proximity to many tourist attractions, and diverse culture, there are many reasons to chose to live in LA County. 

About Los Angeles County

One of California’s original counties, Los Angeles County is one of the nation’s largest counties with over 4,000 square miles. Nearly 10 million people call LA County home, accounting for almost one-third of California’s total population making it the largest population of any county in the nation. In fact, LA County has a larger population than a majority of the nation’s states. Busy streets and bustling city life can easily be exchanged for a secluded nature hike or a serene walk on the beach. Los Angeles County has it all!

Fun For The Whole Family

Los Angeles County welcomes residents and visitors with a wide array of recreational and cultural activities. World-class facilities including Hollywood Boulevard, Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica Pier, The Museum of Art, The Natural History Museum, and many more. Aside from the private sector, LA County manages over 85 parks, 19 golf courses, over 25 miles of beaches, and nearly 350 miles of trails for horseback riding and hiking. Regardless of if your lifestyle, there is plenty to do in LA County for all.

Los Angeles County Real Estate 

The county of Los Angeles is a highly competitive, extremely desirable location for both home buyers and sellers. The real estate market is always shifting, and the fluidity of the area requires a professional real estate agent. John Lee Realty has the professional real estate experience and local knowledge needed to keep up with market trends. If you are a first time home buyer in Los Angeles County or are looking to move to the area, our Buyers Resources are crucial to your success. If you are in the process of selling your home or are looking to upgrade or downgrade your current property, take a look at our Sellers Resouces

To learn more about Los Angeles County and surrounding areas, contact John Lee Real Estate today.