Los Angeles: What you can buy, what you can rent

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Curbed Comparisons is a twice per week exploration of properties for rent or for sale at a set dollar amount in various neighborhoods and across Los Angeles.

Los Angeles County is over 4,000 square miles, and Curbed LA has you covered when it comes to renting and buying. From the Westside to the San Fernando Valley, you have plenty of options when it comes to finding the perfect apartment or house.


A 580-square-foot North Hollywoodstudio apartment in this building rents for $2,185/month.
Via Zillow

What $2,100 rents you in LA

There’s a one-bedroom apartment in Hollywood, a two-bedroom duplex in Glendale, a studio in North Hollywood, a Silver Lake one-bedroom, and a studio in South Park. Which would you choose?


Via Brad Holmes, Pacific Union

What $825K buys around LA

There’s a remodeled home with just a single bedroom and single bathroom in Mt. Washington, an updated Burbank abode with two bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a guest house out back, a 1950s ranch house in Glendale with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a South Park condo with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and a 1920 bungalow in San Pedro with three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.


Via Zillow

What $1,500 rents you in LA

A studio apartment in Hollywood, a one bedroom apartment in Glendale, an apartment in Burbank near the airport, a pet-friendly North Hollywood one-bedroom, and a one-bedroom apartment in Pico-Union.


Via Redfin

What $760K buys around LA

A brand new three-bedroom in Valley Glen, a two-bedroom loft in South Park, three bedrooms in a Pasadena home, a Spanish-style corner home in Hyde Park, or a Del Rey condo with one bedroom and one bathroom.


Via Zillow

What $2,000 rents you in LA

A two-bedroom in North Hollywood, a two-bedroom in Koreatown, a one-bedroom in in Burbank, a one-bedroom in Pico-Robertson, and a one-bedroom house in Kagel Canyon.


Via Zillow

What $2,700 rents you in LA

A recently renovated two-bedroom apartment in Hollywood, a Mid-Wilshire two-bedroom apartment with Spanish-Style charm, a North Hollywood two-bedroom house, two-bedroom unit in a midcentury apartment building in Los Feliz, and a two-bedroom unit in an adorable duplex in Glendale.


Via Anthony Christopher, Coldwell Banker

What $720K buys around LA

A single-family home at the end of a cul-de-sac in Glendale, a three-bedroom home in El Sereno, a two-bedroom less than a mile from the ocean in San Pedro, a spacious home in Tujunga, and a Long Beach home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.


Via Joseph Devarenne, Meredith Wick, Sotheby’s

What $640K buys around LA

A cozy Pasadena bungalow, a Santa Monica condo with a single bedroom and bathroom, a small three-bedroom home on the edge of Mount Washington, a spacious four-bedroom home in Winnetka, and a cavernous condo in Culver City.


Via Julie Jones Parks, Sotheby’s

What $800K buys around LA

An airy condo in Beachwood Canyon, a homey little two-bedroom in Glendale, a condo in in the heart of Sawtelle, a rustic cottage in Malibu, and a condo in South Park.

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