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In business since 1999, foreclosurelistings.com has been providing foreclosure listings of foreclosures for sale in Los Angeles California and nationwide. Our data will also include Los Angeles California bank owned homes and REO properties. All our foreclosure listings are screened for accuracy by our team of professionals on a daily basis. All of our Los Angeles California foreclosure homes for sale will also include the contact information, number of beds and baths, sqft and price.


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Los Angeles Real Estate Facts and Amenities

Los Angeles has 1 in every 2005 houses are in foreclosure. The total number of foreclosure homes in Los Angeles on the market are 7,604.

Los Angeles's real estate market has been improving. The number of foreclosure filings in the city is almost half as much as it was the same time last year. Home sales have declined slightly but only 8%. The median sales price for these kinds of homes in Los Angeles is $525,000, which is lower than the price for a non-distressed home on the market.

The state still has many metro areas that are in the top 20 for highest number of foreclosure rates, like Riverside.

Los Angeles is where Hollywood and is the second largest metropolitan area in the United States. Many stars have their mansions in Los Angeles and it is one of the best places to see movie stars.

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Los Angeles Demographics and Housing Info

Los Angeles's population is nowadays, according to the Census data, 3,472,857 people. The region is divided, in terms of racial composition as: 25.06% whites, 35.50% Hispanic, followed by 11.39% blacks, 6.75% Asians, 0.58% Indians and 20.71% other races. Los Angeles population has a median age of 21 years.

8,781 households. This is the number of properties per zipcode counted by Census in its last work in Los Angeles. If you want to make deals in Los Angeles, you may find homes with a median price of $183,877 2 people are the regular composition of a family in Los Angeles. Los Angeles has an average household income of $21,471.

Los Angeles counts with 64,698 business places, according to Census report. Working in these business places, there is a number of 994,736 employees. The city has an annual payroll of $514,971.

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ForeclosureListings.com User Reviews

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4.4 of 5

If you're curious about or customers' opinions read below the 5 testimonials about our foreclosure listings service:

In planning my move to another big city, I knew I wanted to purchase a loft or condominium close to the fashion district due to my line of work. It was really tough looking for one long distance until I happened upon your site. The photographs of the properties as well as the properties' neighborhood profiles gave a really clear picture of the places I was interested in. The only difficulty I found was that the contacts for some of the places listed took quite a while in returning my calls and it was a bit stressful at times not knowing if a place was still available. But all in all it was a great experience, and definitely worth the required membership fee.

Jessica R. Fournier gave Foreclosure Listings in Los Angeles a 3.5 star rating.

My girlfriend and I are well satisfied with the services and the information your site has to offer. Since joining last year, we have recommended this site to several of our friends. We were totally unfamiliar with foreclosures as an option in buying a new house prior to coming to your website. The quality of customer service is also very good even if sometimes the answers to some of our questions were not always so clear.

Trent and Amy Brennan gave Foreclosure Listings in Los Angeles a 5 star rating.

This website is pretty great! I was looking for a home in the Los Angeles area and they had almost 8,000 homes to choose from. It took me about nine months to find the right place, as there were so many to look at and read about, but I finally settled on one in the Mission Hills.

Jasmine Ochoa gave Foreclosure Listings in Los Angeles a 5 star rating.

Your website offers plenty of information about buying a piece of real estate or a foreclosed home. The only problem is that some of the articles in the Learning Center need some editing.

Sarah Torrain gave Foreclosure Listings in Los Angeles a 3.5 star rating.

I grew up in Northern California but always wanted to live in the southern part of California. When I finally became serious about purchasing a home, I found that homes in down there were much too expensive and became doubtful about living there. However, I became more hopeful once I learned about all the foreclosure homes available in southern California. After some searching around, I found your website. Since joining a few months ago, I finally have found an affordable house with all the amenities I was looking for. Although I don't like having to pay for a website's services, the membership was admittedly worth it.

Alison Mackenzie gave Foreclosure Listings in Los Angeles a 5 star rating.