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  • Anaheim

    Anaheim, California is often only known for its tourist industry, such as the Disneyland Resort and Angels Stadium, but this city is so much more than that. Founded in...

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  • Westminster

    The city of Westminster has been around for much longer than some of its neighbors. The city was founded in 1870 as a Presbyterian temperance colony and named after the...

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  • La Palma

    La Palma, California, measuring at just 1.82 square miles, is the smallest city in Orange County in regards to area. But don’t underestimate this tiny town – it is full of...

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  • Cerritos

    Formerly known as Dairy Valley because of the abundance of dairy farms, Cerritos has since earned the nickname “The Geographical Center of Southern California,” and for...

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  • Cypress

    Located on the northern end of Orange County lies the city of Cypress. It is a bit of a mystery how Cypress got its name, because the city has never had many cypress...

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  • Huntington Beach

    Often referred to as “Surf City, USA,” Huntington Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The fabulous beaches attract people, and the wonderful...

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  • Bellflower

    Nicknamed “The Friendly City”, Bellflower is the perfect place for anyone desiring a sense of community. Located in Los Angeles County in between cities including Downey,...

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  • San Pedro

    If you are looking for an oceanfront community with big city access and some of the most affordable prices in Southern California , San Pedro is the place to look. This...

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  • Rossmoor

    Rossmoor real estate is some of the most desirable within Orange County. Rossmoor is an affluent unincorporated community located in Orange County, California. It’s...

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  • Long Beach

    Long Beach is currently experiencing a period of cultural renaissance that has transformed it from an unrefined Port town to a bustling, vibrant coastal community with...

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  • Lakewood

    Lakewood, California is often referred to as an “instant city” because between the mid-1950s and 1960 it was completely transformed from fields of lima beans into a...

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  • Signal Hill

    Situated atop a hill 365 feet above the City of Long Beach, Signal Hill is a small town that was born out of the Long Beach oil boom of the early 1920s. After oil geysers...

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  • Orange County

    If you were to ask someone why they liked living in Orange County, California, they wouldn’t be able to give you just one answer – or at least the one answer wouldn’t be...

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  • Seal Beach

    Seal Beach sits on the coast as the gateway to Orange County between the cities of Long Beach and Huntington Beach. The city is well known as a quaint, small town with a...

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  • Los Alamitos

    Los Alamitos is a small city that was first incorporated in March 1960. It lies inland from Seal Beach on the western edge of Orange County. First incorporated in 1960,...

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