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Old 12-25-2007, 11:21 PM
 
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Long Beach is huge. There are great areas, good areas, questionable but not necessarily bad areas, and then there are areas you avoid at all costs. Do not live anywhere near the 710 Fwy if you can help it.
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Old 12-26-2007, 05:02 PM
 
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Give Signal Hill a try lived there for a while very nice
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Old 12-29-2007, 05:51 PM
 
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I think I need to get my ass to Cali and check it out for myself. I appreciate all the opinions and advice and I'll continue to check for more, please continue to submit your thoughts. I get into Southern Cali early February.
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Old 12-30-2007, 07:30 PM
 
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I live in Belmont Shore, half a block from the beach, and I pay $800 a month for a one bedroom. Granted, this is rather uncommon, but it can be found. I doubt you will ever find that price in Redondo Beach or Hermosa, as nice as those places are. Seal Beach is also pricier for some reason. Belmont Shore is a GREAT place to live. Really safe, and within two blocks of 2nd Street, where there is shopping, restaurants, convenience stores and nightlife. I will tell you this: if you want to find a great apartment in Belmont Shore, you pretty much have to drive up and down the streets and call the numbers on the For Rent signs. By the time they're published in the newspaper, they're already gone.
Hi,
I am moving to the LA area this summer, and after checking craigslist- Long Beach seems to have what I'm interested in as well as the prices. I wondered whether you could name specific properties or landlords in the Belmont Shores area that are decent that I should keep my eyes open for- specifically, I'm looking for pet friendly apartments (I have a 60 lb dog).
Thank you so much!
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