California Real Estate
Looking to buy a home or invest in real estate in California? You’ve come to the right place. Browse California listings by major city or property type, learn what makes California a unique place to live, and catch up on the latest market trends for the state.
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California Property Listings
Recent homes for sale in California
California Homes for Sale By City
Most popular cities in California state
Los Angeles, CA
San Diego, CA
San Jose, CA
San Francisco, CA
Long Beach, CA
Other California Cities Include
❱ Chula Vista
❱ Elk Grove
❱ Garden Grove
❱ Huntington Beach
❱ Moreno Valley
❱ Rancho Cucamonga
❱ San Bernardino
❱ Santa Ana
❱ Santa Clarita
❱ Santa Rosa
Land for Sale in California
California state acreage for sale
California Waterfront Properties
waterfront homes and properties for sale
Luxury Homes in California
Luxury properties for sale in California state
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Faqs about living in California state
What makes California a unique place to live?
California is the largest and most productive state in the U.S. It's known worldwide for Hollywood, Silicon Valley, Disneyland, and California Wine Country. Natural attractions include the Redwoods, Yosemite, Big Sur, Death Valley, and many famous beaches. More than 39 million people call California their home, making it the most populated state in the U.S.
What companies are based in California?
Major employers headquartered in California include Apple, Adobe, Alphabet (Google), Chevron, Cheesecake Factory, Chipotle, Cisco Systems, HP, In-N-Out, Intel, Levi Strauss & Co., Mattel, Meta (Facebook), Oracle, PayPal, Salesforce, Uber, Visa, Walt Disney, and Wells Fargo.
What else should I consider when buying a home in California?
California has one of the highest sales taxes and corporate taxes in the U.S., but is considered one of the more tax-friendly states for middle-class families due to its progressive income tax. The real estate tax rate is the 16th lowest in the U.S., but properties tend to be more expensive.
California is known for its sunny climate and consistently warm weather throughout its costal areas. It is a large state with many diverse regions, cities, and communities. However, its popularity and wealthy economy have affected housing market affordability, as real estate prices are 88% higher than the national median.
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