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About California


California is the third-largest state by area, with a population of 39,865,590 (U.S. Census Bureau, July 1, 2019). Once a Spanish colony, California has been transformed by American pioneers during the Gold Rush, which brought waves of immigrants that established many bustling, booming towns, including San Francisco.

California's economy is the largest, with a GDP of $3 trillion (Bureau of Economic Analysis, July 1, 2018). Some of the main economic drivers are the Hollywood film industry and Silicon Valley, the world's leading computer and technology center. Many of the leading Fortune 500 companies have their headquarters in California, including Apple, Disney, and Google, to name a few.

The most recognized cities in California are San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego.

San Francisco, also known as the "The City," is located on the northern coast of California and has a population of 864,263. San Francisco is home to the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz Island. Over the last ten years, San Francisco's housing market has appreciated by 86.91%. When compared to the rest of the nation, San Francisco's housing prices are significantly higher, with the median home price of $1,378,300 and a median rent of $3,733.

Los Angeles resides in Southern California and has a population of 3,949,776. Los Angeles is home to Universal Studios Hollywood and Griffith Observatory. Over the last ten years, Los Angeles' housing market has appreciated by 74.98%. When compared to the rest of the country, Los Angeles' housing prices are significantly higher, with the median home price of $689,500 and a median rent of $2,530.

San Diego is in the southern part of California and has a population of 1,390,966. San Diego is home to Balboa Park and San Diego Zoo. Over the last ten years, San Diego's housing market has appreciated by 65.22%. When compared to the rest of the nation, Los Angeles' housing prices are significantly higher, with the median home price of $645,300 and a median rent of $2,247.

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