Compare: Bellflower vs Long Beach
Home Values in Bellflower and Long Beach
|Zillow Home Value IndexWhat's this?||$362,300||vs||$446,500|
|Median List Price||$369,700||vs||$434,900|
|Median Sale Price||$350,800||vs||$424,300|
|Total Homes Sold in Oct||37 homes||vs||332 homes|
Bellflower, CA tends to be less expensive for home buyers than Long Beach, CA. During the last year, Bellflower home values have risen by 14.7%, while Long Beach home values have risen by 22.2%. The median sale price in Bellflower is $350,800, but the median listing price was $369,700, a 5.1% discount. Meanwhile in Long Beach, the median selling price is $424,300, and the starting price had a median of $434,900, a 2.4% discount. In October, Bellflower home sellers managed to move 37 houses, while Long Beach saw 332 transactions.
Demographics in Bellflower and Long Beach
|Median Household Income||$39,362||vs||$37,270|
|Homes with Kids||39.6%||vs||30.5%|
|Average Household Size||3.1||vs||2.8|
|Average Commute Time (Minutes)||29||vs||30|
At $37,270, the median income in Long Beach is $2,092 less than in Bellflower, and $7,242 lower than the national average. Bellflower has a younger median age, at 31, compared to 32 in Long Beach, and a shorter average commute. The average commute in Long Beach is 30 minutes and the average commute in Bellflower is 29 minutes.
Homes for Sale in Bellflower and Long Beach
Bellflower vs Long Beach