Search Rent to Own Homes near Bell, CA

Top 6 Reasons to Love Living in Bell, CA

  • In the heart of the LA area metropolis is this town of just over 36,000 people. The central location lends itself well to commuting, not to mention being close to all the fun things Southern California has to offer. Disneyland is a few minutes south, the Pacific Ocean a short drive to the west, and the star power of Hollywood a bit to the north. Bell can be a great home base!

Check out Bell, CA homes for sale that may include: rent to own, foreclosure, HUD, for sale by owner and more

Sponsored Link

  • Values for house hunters! It's no secret that the LA Basin is an expensive place to live. Bell has home prices well below the LA average. Still, the median sale price of $317,500 represents a sizable investment. That figure is 1.6% higher than a year before. Search for rent to own options in the neighborhoods that stretch to the west from the Long Beach Freeway.
  • Food, food, and more food! For good eats, sample the specialties at World Famous Grill on East Florence Avenue. The menu includes Halal American, Mexican, and Mediterranean fare. Jim's Burgers on Gage Avenue, which has been serving Bell residents since 1958, is the place to be if an old-fashioned burger joint strikes your fancy.
  • Enjoy a love of sports! If you love the game, virtually any game, you can find it being played somewhere near Bell. The NBA Lakers and Clippers, MLB Dodgers and Angels, MLS Galaxy and Chivas USA, Hockey's Kings and Ducks and great collegiate action are close.
  • Homes in the heart of the city! Getting around LA can sometimes be a challenge, but it helps to be near major routes. Bell sits alongside I-710 and the Long Beach Freeway, and is close to the Harbor Freeway, Glen Anderson Freeway, and I-5. There are also multiple public transportation links to the region. Find rent to own houses with convenience and value in Bell.
  • Recreational parks! Salt Lake Park is located on the edge of Bell's west side. Find lots of open play areas; a skate park, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, and soccer and baseball fields. In a densely populated area, a park like this is a treasure. If you prefer a smaller neighborhood recreation area, try Ernest Debs Park.
  • Fantastic weather! It's no secret that Southern California has great weather. Bell is close enough to the cooling influences of the Pacific Ocean to keep summer temps from soaring too high and winters from getting too cold. Find rent to own homes where you can bask in the sun. Search near Atlantic Avenue if you want to be close to Bell High School and lots of shopping.