Los Angeles county is a big place, no one will ever doubt that and to learn a little more about Los Angeles county all you have to do is Google: Los Angeles county and you will get a gazillion sites, hopefully you will have stumbled on to my blog to learn more about living the Los Angeles county area. If you were planning on buying a home in the Los Angeles county area how do you go about choosing the right neighborhood and Realtor?
How do you find a Realtor? Aida Pinto is a real estate broker who serves The Gateway Cities of the Los Angeles County Area and for all your real estate needs please feel free to call her at (562) 916-3237 or email her at PintoRealty@yahoo.com or visit her website: PintoRealtyInc.com. http://PintoRealtyInc.com/
The Gateway Cities of Southern California are those located in southeastern Los Angeles County. There is some cross-over between these cities and those composing South Los Angeles, East Los Angeles, the South Bay, and the San Gabriel Valley. Please feel free to call Aida Pinto for more information at (562) 916-3237.
Mapping LA: http://projects.latimes.com/mapping-la/neighborhoods/
The Los Angeles Times has created a great interactive map to help you learn more about each of these cities in the Southeast area of the Los Angeles county. Some of the Gateway Cities are: Long Beach, Signal Hill, Norwalk, Montebello, Downey, Paramount, Whittier, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, La Mirada, Bellflower, South Gate, Maywood, Lynwood, Huntington Park, Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Commerce, Vernon, La Habra, Lakewood, Cerritos, Artesia, Hawaiian Gardens, Hacienda Heights, Industry and La Puente.
The following cities are also considered to be parts of other regions in Los Angeles County: San Gabriel Valley: Montebello, Whittier; East Los Angeles: Commerce, Montebello, Pico Rivera, and Whittier; South Los Angeles: Compton, Lynwood, and Inglewood; Although Carson might seem like a 'natural' fit with the Gateway Cities, it is usually considered part of the South Bay.
Again, Los Angeles county is a big place and if you were interested in buying a home or investment properties, to help you find your way around, Aida has many free resource for you to use on her website: PintoRealtyInc.com.