Encino Real Estate

Encino, CA is a city of 41,168 located in beautiful Los Angeles County. The average sales price of a single-family home in Encino is $776,863 (August 2013), which when compared to the rest of Los Angeles County, places the average cost of a single-family home in Encino at 14.18% higher than the county average. The average sale price per square foot for a home in Encino is $356, which is 3.26% lower than the rest of Los Angeles County. There were 56 homes sold in Encino in August 2013. The most active city in the county was Los Angeles with 998 homes sold.

At the moment, First Team Real Estate has available 190 homes for sale and 35 homes for rent in Encino, including 0 foreclosures and short sales. The average listing price of a home for sale in Encino, CA is currently $1,261,887.

Encino is a beautiful district in the heart of the San Fernando Valley. Situated near the 405 and 101 freeways, Encino is a thirty minute drive to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) as well as the numerous other attractions of Southern California, including a short drive to Universal Studios, Downtown Los Angeles, Disneyland, and the myriad of gorgeous beaches that make Southern California famous. Locals enjoy a wide variety of activates, including the Balboa Sports Complex and the Encino Velodrome, an outdoor oval bicycle track. Locals also enjoy various sports and activities like mountain biking trails and gorgeous jogging paths. Although most of the residences in Encino are single family houses, Encino also has beautiful apartment complexes and condominiums. A strong economy is fueled by a roust commercial district that primarily focuses on the healthcare services. Encino’s renowned school system and dedication to safety have made it one of the premiere communities in Los Angeles to buy a home.


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