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Bellflower Real Estate

 

Bellflower (90706)

 

Bellflower is one of Los Angeles' suburbs, located in Los Angeles County. The city itself was incorporated in 1957, with the area originally being settled by dairy farmers. The city gets its name from one of the apples commonly grown in the area in the early 1900s, the bellefleur apple.

 

Although the city has its roots in agriculture, today it is a growing community and a great place to buy a new home. If you're a first time home buyer, you'll love the fact that homes in Bellflower are more affordable than many other Los Angeles' suburbs while still being close enough to all major freeways, So Cal attractions and downtown LA.

 

Why not contact one of our real estate agents today and let them show you everything that beautiful Bellflower has to offer? Since today's real estate prices and interest rates are low, there's never been a better time to buy a home in Bellflower.

 

Established Neighborhoods

 

The neighborhoods of Bellflower contain a nice mix of home styles and sizes from which to choose. Since the majority of the homes were built between 1940 and 1959, the area is solid and established - the perfect place to buy your new home.

 

Although most of the homes were built during the 1940s and 1950s, you'll also find a selection of homes to choose from that were built more recently, as well as some that were built between 1920 and 1939. On the average, homes in Bellflower range between 1,000 and 1,800 square feet in size, although of course you'll find some smaller and larger homes as well.

 

Living in Bellflower will also put you in close proximity with plenty of great amenities. You'll be able to walk to a number of different destinations, such as restaurants, grocery stores, shopping areas, parks and schools, depending upon the exact location of your new home. 

 

Schools in the area include Bellflower High, Somerset Continuation High, Bellflower Alternative Education Center, Albert Baxter Elementary, and Ernie Pyle Elementary. Of course, as a suburb of Los Angeles, you'll be within close commuting distance from the city. Your new home in Bellflower will provide you with the comfort of suburban living while still keeping you close to everywhere you need to go.

 

Great for 2017 First Time Buyers

 

Bellflower is a popular home buying destination for 2017 first time home buyers and families who are just starting out. If you have children, you'll be happy to know that according to the 2000 census, 47% of the households in Bellflower included children 18 year of age or younger.   

 

 

Selling A Home In Bellflower in 2017

 

If you’re looking for a Realtor in Bellflower to sell your home in 2017, we’re here to help. Selling a home is a timely and stressful process. With our technological advantage, keen knowledge of the local market, and dedication, your home will be represented in the best possible way in order for a quick sale. We use over 30 websites and multiple offline marketing channels to ensure the most visibility for your home and it shows. If you’re a home seller, contact us today for a free home evaluation to get started!

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