Northridge, Los Angeles, CA Real Estate

Northridge is an ever-growing neighborhood of Los Angeles, California in the San Fernando Valley, with more than 100,000 residents. Northridge is centered between the 101 and 118 freeways. Located just 30 minutes from the downtown Los Angeles, and less than an hour from the beautiful beaches of Malibu, Northridge has a stable and warm climate averaging 74°F. At under 9.5 square miles, Northridge boasts 11 public and 8 private schools and its own California State University, which offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees in a number of fields and its current enrollment surpasses 35,000 students and employs more than 6,000 people directly and another 6,000 in the local economy.

Northridge, CA Homes for Sale

Northridge is the perfect place to live due to the numerous types of property available. There are 272 homes for sale available in Northridge, with a price range from $700K to $2.4M. The median days on market to sell homes in Northridge CA is 54 days. This trend for median days on market in Northridge, CA has gone down since last month, and slightly down as compared to the previous year. If you are ready to explore homes, read what Mel Wilson and Associates Real Estate Agents have to say about Northridge. You can browse Northridge listings for open houses, price reductions, foreclosures, recently sold, new home communities, and new home construction and discover homes for sale in Northridge, CA.

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More About Northridge, Los Angeles, CA

Northridge, Los Angeles, CA has a plethora of amenities: from shopping at the Northridge Fashion Center, dining at many diverse ethnic cuisines, entertainment such as movies, concerts, and plays put on by CSUN, athletic activities at the Recreation Center, and fresh air at 6 parks all located centrally in the city center. Northridge also has its own Hospital and Medical Center, located on Roscoe Boulevard, equipped with a variety of specialized centers for various medical and surgical needs.

The median household income is $72,700 and the median listed home price is $760K making Northridge a more affordable and more profitable area to live compared to the rest of the Los Angeles area. Northridge is also a significantly safer city with 12% less crime than Los Angeles, and 22% less crime than the national average. With the excellent education system and the safer streets, Northridge boasts a 15% higher high school graduation rate than the rest of Los Angeles.

If you want to enjoy all that Southern California has to offer but want to live in a quieter, safer, and more affordable area, Northridge is an excellent option – especially for those looking to settle down with families.

Check out this article before planning to moving to Northridge : Upscale Living in Northridge, CA

Northridge Housing Market Trends - Home values in Northridge, CA

The Northridge housing market is very competitive. The median listed home price in Northridge is $760K as of October 2020. The median sale price of a home in Northridge was $775K last month which is slightly down since last year. The median listed price per square foot in Northridge is $375, which has been raised since last year. Northridge home values have gone up 9.8% over the past year and Mel Wilson and Associates Real estate analysts predict they will rise 8.5% in the next year.

Related Article: Northridge Real Estate Trends and Housing Market Forecast
  • In October 2020, Northridge, CA was a seller's market, which means that there are more buyers looking to buy property than there are homes available, and Northridge, CA Homes were sold for 1.70% above asking price on average.
  • Most Northridge homes get multiple offers, few with waived contingencies.
  • On average, homes in Northridge CA sell after 54 days on the market.

Northridge Rental Market

Nestled in the San Fernando Valley, Northridge is located approximately 25 miles north of downtown Los Angeles, CA. People living in Northridge rental homes enjoy a less crowded environment— a lower population density, and proximity to big-city amenities as well as opportunities in education, entertainment, and recreation. The median rental price of apartments for rent in Northridge, California is $1,900. There are 120 active rentals in Northridge with a range of $1000 to $6000 per month. Discover more Northridge rental listings. If anyone looking for apartments for rent in Northridge may also be interested in rentals in the nearby ZIP codes of 91325, 93065, or in neighboring cities, such as Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Woodland Hills, or Thousand Oaks.


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Common questions asked in Northridge, California

When were the mentioned home prices and availability in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA last updated?

Home Prices and availability in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA were last updated on 10 Nov 2020.

What is the median rental price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA?

The median rental price for a 1-bedroom apartment in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA ranges from $1,400 and $3,500.

When were the mentioned home prices and availability in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA last updated?

Home Prices and availability in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA were last updated on 10 Nov 2020.

Is Northridge, California a safe place to live in?

Like every ‘town’, there are safe areas as well as areas that aren’t the safest, Northridge, however, is an area that many people move to in order to be in a safe neighborhood of Los Angeles.

What are the Education Opportunities in Northridge, Los Angeles, CA?

There are 68 schools in Northridge, CA including elementary schools, middle schools, 5 high schools, and 26 private & charter schools. The California State University is the third-largest university in the state. The Northridge Middle School has recently added elective courses for forensic science and robotics.

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