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Irvine Pacific is an Irvine, California home builder with new homes located at three distinctive communities – Village of Laguna Altura, Village of Stonegate, and Village of Woodbury. Pricing for new single-family homes built by Irvine Pacific typically run between an estimated $300,000 and $1 million. If you would like to learn more about available home listings, specific pricing, or how to apply for financing, please contact an Irvine Pacific sales representative.
Brookfield Homes has single-family home communities located in and around in the San Francisco Bay Area, Southland/Los Angeles, San Diego/Riverside, and Sacramento. Brookfield Homes has new homes available for immediate move-in that start in the $200k range and are priced all the way up to over $1 mil. Visit Brookfield Homes online to learn more about their new home neighborhoods and availability of quick move-in homes.
Olson Homes is a leading California new home builder who offers a wide range of single-family and condominium homes in and around the Los Angeles area that are each built energy-efficient. LA homes from Olson are often priced between $300,000 and $500,000 and can be found in the cities of West Covina, Westchester, Carson, El Segundo, and San Dimas, if you’d like to receive further information about availability, please speak with the builder directly.
List of Los Angeles Builders
Pardee Homes communities can be located throughout Los Angeles, and homes are available for immediate move-in starting in the $200,000 range.
Hammer Ventures offers downtown Los Angeles lofts in Little Tokyo. These lofts have a wide range of floor plans and offer 12 ft. ceilings and a long list of amenities. Homes in Little Tokyo range from the high $200s to $1.2 million.
Standard Pacific Homes offers single- and multi-family new homes throughout Los Angeles county and homes are available for sale from as little as the mid-$100s.
Pacific Communities has homes in multiple subdivisions in the area. The residences in these communities offer 3 – 9 bedrooms, up to 4,811 sq. ft. of living space, and start from the $200s.
To say there is no other city like Los Angeles is an understatement. It’s the second most populous city in the country with more than 3.8 million residents and a metropolitan area of 18 million, both just behind New York City. It’s considered to have 80 distinct neighborhoods but multiple differences in both education and economics within relatively short distances. It’s a city that has three state universities and dozens of private universities, over 150 magnet schools, and is the third richest city in the United States. That it has a median home price of $315,000 is a misnomer because housing can range anywhere from around $75,000 into the $50 million and beyond range, and it’s one of the most competitive housing markets in the country as many foreign investors are interested in buying properties around the city.
Its name means City of Angels, but most of the world knows it as the entertainment center of the world. Its location, which offers normally steady temperatures in the 70° to 80° range for most of the year and relatively little precipitation, makes it the perfect place to film both television shows and movies, and it’s built its reputation in the entertainment industry with multiple studios and entertainment venues such as the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Grauman’s Chinese Theater, the Hollywood Bowl, and the famous Hollywood sign that looks down on the city from the hills.
No one’s going to lie to you and tell you that it’s an easy city to drive around in. The neighborhoods themselves offer easy access to hundreds of restaurants and shopping, but Los Angeles can be a congested city. It has the second busiest bus system in the country, the ninth busiest subway system, and offers a light rail line. The highways can be congested and if you’re looking to get around to different suburban areas and into the city it can be difficult at certain times of the day. But most residents don’t mind it once they get there, although visitors find it takes some getting used to.
It’s also home to more than 100 sports teams, both professional and college, and is one of the most decorated cities as far as championships go. It’s even looking like they may end up with a professional football team again within the next few years; everybody would be happy about that.
Because it’s one of the most visited cities in the world, travelers and residents alike love the fact that there are literally hundreds of tours they can go on, some visiting the homes of famous celebrities, others visiting expensive homes, some visiting studios, and many taking people on drives of famous landmarks around the city which include Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive or Melrose Avenue. Frankly, if you’re bored in Los Angeles you’re not trying.
Los Angeles is the hub city of Southern California, relatively close to San Diego and only a few hours away from San Francisco to the north and Las Vegas to the east. If you’re looking for anything, including affordable housing and economic opportunities, this is the place to be.