Located in Los Angeles County, California, El Monte offers everything from single-family homes and multi-family homes to apartments and senior living options. The median sales price for homes in El Monte is approximately $400,000, which is about a 4.8 percent decrease from the prior year, with multi-family homes being on the higher side of the average sales price. The average listing price for homes in the area has seen an increase of 6.6 percent in 2015.
El Monte is located about twelve miles east of downtown Los Angeles and is intersected by two major Interstates (605 and 10). It’s one of the ten largest cities in Los Angeles County, boasting a population of about 120,000 people. Downtown El Monte is a flourishing hub of shopping and dining, and with a new downtown Gateway Project underway things are only looking brighter. The Gateway Project is intended to develop more housing, business, and retail space in the downtown area, and the project as a whole is based around a new transit system that makes it easy to get to and from the downtown area. Beautiful historic architecture and the Tyler Avenue Heritage and Cultural District offer the opportunity to indulge the history and beauty that’s made El Monte the city that it is today.
A brand new Aquatic Center is a welcomed addition to the Tyler Avenue Heritage District. El Monte offers plenty of outdoor activity options, with multiple parks and an Adult Sports Program that provides a number of organized sports activities for adults. The history of El Monte and the continuous growth of its businesses and communities make it a desirable city in which to live. Add in its proximity to other major cities in Southern California and it’s no wonder El Monte’s population has seen a steady increase over the years. If you’re looking for a great place to live, work, and enjoy yourself, look no further.