This is the most expensive area to rent in Los Angeles County, CA


Despite people's mixed feelings about the county, Los Angeles County is one of the most desired places to live in the United States of America. This is due to the fact that Los Angeles County offers significantly more opportunities than some other similar areas. Many people consider Los Angeles County to be a great place to live because of its year-round sunshine, stunning beaches, and scenic mountain views.

Because it is home to many notable professionals and celebrities, it is natural that the county is also known for its glitz and glamour. It is also natural that all of this appeal and exclusivity drives up the price of the properties dramatically. In this article, we will look at the most expensive neighborhood to rent in Los Angeles County, California, according to a report by Zumper.

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According to the United States Census Bureau, Beverly Crest is a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, with a population of 15,109 people. Beverly Crest is located in Los Angeles County and is considered to be one of the nicest areas to live in California. Beverly Crest is located east of Coldwater Canyon Drive and is bounded on the east, west, and south by the city of Beverly Hills.

The term "Beverly Crest" is frequently used more generally to refer to a broader piece of the Bel Air–Beverly Crest Community Plan region, which is located in the hills above the city of Beverly Hills. Beverly Crest Drive, Cerrocrest Drive, Claircrest Drive, Gilcrest Drive, Lindacrest Drive, Lloydcrest Drive, Readcrest Drive, Ridgecrest Drive, Waynecrest Drive, and Schuyler Road have all been officially accepted by the city of Los Angeles as being part of the Beverly Crest neighborhood.

Bel Air-Beverly Crest is the most expensive area to live in Los Angeles County in terms of renting the property with a median rent of $3,123.

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