West Hollywood, also referred to as WeHo, borders Beverly Hills to the west, Hollywood Hills to the north. Hollywood to the east, Fairfax District on the southeast and Beverly Grove on the southwest.
The city spans 1,9 square miles and was incorporated in 1984. West Hollywood’s rich history reflects in today’s architecture, commercial strips, and many landmarks. People in the movie-making industry were attracted to this less-restricted area of the Los Angeles County, as gambling was allowed, and a number of architecturally distinctive apartment buildings and apartment hotels were built in the 1920s. Many interior designers, decorators and furnishing showrooms located in West Hollywood date back to the middle of the century.
Today, commercial areas include the nightlife and dining focused on the Sunset Strip, along Santa Monica Boulevard, and the Avenues of Art and Design along Robertson, Melrose, and Beverly Boulevard.
West Hollywood is the most walkable city in California, according to the website Walkscore, with its walkscore of 89.
The estimated population per the 2017 US Census was 30,080, the median age is 39 years and the median household income between 2013 and 2017 was $66,458.
Welcome to our new Market Report for West Hollywood California. This page display a condensed view of active, under contract, and sold home listings. Aggregate data - averages such as list price and days on market - are also displayed for each section. A market report represents a moment-in-time snapshot of the market. It is updated daily and goes back 30 days. Bookmark this page for the freshest real estate data and trends available directly from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
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Active Properties: Homes that are currently being marketed for sale but do not have a purchase agreement.
- Days on Market (DOM): Number of days the property has been on the market.
- List Price: The price that a home seller is currently asking.
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Properties Under Contract (Pending and Back Up Status): Listings for which a contract has been signed and the property is in escrow. These homes can be looking for back up offers or all the contingencies have been removed by the buyer making it a very solid transaction. The actual contract price does not become public record until the property has sold and the new owner information has been recorded.
- Days on Market (DOM): The marketing period of the property before a sales agreement was signed.
Sold Properties: Properties that have closed in the last 30 Days.
- Sold Price: The price for which a property sold.