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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Culver City, CA last updated?

Prices and availability in Culver City, CA were last updated on 16 Sep 2020.

What’s the average rent in Culver City, CA?

The average rent in Culver City, CA is $2,830.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Culver City, CA?

The price range for a studio apartment in Culver City, CA is between $1,758 and $3,245.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA is between $1,795 and $3,605.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA is between $2,274 and $4,294.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Culver City, CA is between $2,445 and $3,245.

Renter's Guide to Culver City, CA

Sitting among the wide western suburbs of Los Angeles is the cinematic community of Culver City, CA. Known for its colorful history and scenery as well as the exceptional weather, it's no wonder that this prime location is commonly considered one of the top places to live in the long state of California.

Conveniently situated between downtown LA and the Pacific Coast, it is 'technically' a smaller city with less than 50,000 full-time residents. However, there are also many visitors year round who mainly come to see the sights and soak-up some sunshine. This is certainly not surprising seeing that the temperature here rarely drops below 43°F or rises above 86°F throughout the whole year.

Culver City, CA Demographics

  • Total Population39,295
  • Female 18,748
    Male 20,547
  • Median Age41.7

Cost of Living in Culver City, CA

In comparison to state and national averages, the cost of living here is a bit higher. More precisely, it is currently 167% above the U.S. average. However, this is basically due to the factoring in of housing prices, which are at a premium because of the desirable location. Aside from that, costs for utilities and other necessities are right around the same as other similar U.S. cities. So, you might expect to pay approximately $95 per month for electricity and $15 for a mid-range meal locally.

Public transportation in Culver City is available and easily accessible. Both residents and visitors alike have a few options for traveling within or out of the city. The Metro Expo Rail Line runs regularly to LA and other locations including Santa Monica. In addition, the Culver CityBus is active daily and standard Adult Fare is $1, but students and seniors get a discount.

Average Rent in Culver City, CA

  • Culver City, CA Average Rental Price, February 2020 $2,830 /mo

Culver City, CA Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $1,001-$1,5002%
  • $1,501-$2,00016%
  • > $2,00083%

Culver City, CA Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2017 Jul / 2017 Nov / 2017 Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Feb / 2020
Culver City, CA $2,427 $2,438 $2,479 $2,489 $2,489 $2,639 $2,678 $2,743 $2,766 $2,830
National $1,337 $1,368 $1,371 $1,374 $1,408 $1,417 $1,422 $1,458 $1,466 $1,468
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Living in Culver City, CA

Because of the location, climate and housing accommodations, living in Culver City could be considered both convenient and comfortable. On the other hand, it can be quite busy at certain times of the year such as tourist season from June to October. This is a city that was built around the movie industry and it has fittingly evolved into a mixed cultural mecca for film, food, tech, and art.

Until recently, this city was cut-off by two major freeways, but today Culver City is totally up to speed when it comes to public transit. In May 2016, the Metro Line Extension was added opening up new possibilities for traveling. Now commuting or visiting other places in the area has never been easier. And the LAX Airport is just a hop, skip, and jump away!

Things to Do in Culver City, CA

There's definitely a long list of things to do in Culver City. From museums, art galleries, and restaurants, to bike trails, parks, and much more. Plus, since the weather here is usually pleasant, residents get to enjoy many outdoor events such as the Taste of Summer Downtown Festivals. Also, the always-entertaining Culver City Arts District features 35 art galleries and over 40 shops and cafes.

One main attraction in the area is Sony Pictures Studios (which was originally MGM) and they offer daily tours. Another is the Baldwin Hills Scenic Overlook, which offers a great view of LA on a clear day. And Culver City Park is a popular public place that covers 58 acres. It contains hiking trails along with baseball and soccer fields, and a whole lot of nature. In fact, there's even a special park for our furry friends that bark!

Employment & Economy in Culver City, CA

As with any growing area, there are plenty of job opportunities in Culver City. With the diverse number of local businesses, a wide variety of options are available to people seeking employment. Nowadays, this area is also referred to as Silicon Beach as it’s home to nearly 500 tech startups. However, there are obviously many other places to work in Culver City. Plus for anybody wanting to start their own business, the city has a Business Resource Center to assist residents with that.

Furthermore, the average commute time for residents is 26 minutes each way, which is actually the national average. For those who don't drive to work, the base fare for riding the Metro Rail is $1.75 and $1 for the bus. Also, the TAP (Transit Access Pass) is offered here, which can be easily obtained and conveniently used when taking either the train or bus.

Culver City, CA Households

  • Total Number of Households16,502
  • Family 9,689
    Non-family 6,813
  • Children 4,532
    No Children 11,970
  • Average People Per Household2.36
  • Median Household Income$90,183
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,871

Education in Culver City, CA

There are several schools in Culver City, including both public and private. Residents have access to 2 districts that include the Culver City Unified School District and the Los Angeles County Within them you'll find 5 elementary, 2 middle, and 2 High Schools. Also, there are presently 6 private schools in Culver City and an Academy that teaches K thru 12.

As for continued education, there are a number of different options in Culver City and the surrounding area. In fact, more than 20 are located within 10 miles of the city center including community colleges, universities, and trade schools. A few well-known schools are West Los Angeles College and Antioch University. And we also have a UCLA Extension here. Yet a lot more can be found just outside the city and a little beyond.

Culver City, CA Education Statistics

  • No High School5%
  • Some High School15%
  • Some College22%
  • Associate Degree5%
  • Bachelor Degree30%
  • Graduate Degree23%

Tips for Renting in Culver City, CA

If you plan on renting in Culver City, it's advisable to get familiar with the area first. Some sections are much busier than others in regards to traffic and daily activity, so look around to see what suits you best. Never settle for just a virtual tour, even when a place looks good online and/or from the outside. Also, since this is a rather affluent area, it's recommended to rent a place with a security system.

Remember that rental rates in Culver City will be well above the state and national average, but politely attempting to negotiate never hurts. Plus, this is surely a place where renting more living space than you really need can become a costly mistake. Therefore, determine the minimum dimensions you'll require before moving forward, and maybe even decide to downsize. Lastly, keep in mind that Renter's rights will vary for each state. For instance, the rental laws in California place a limit on the security deposit amount a landlord is allowed to charge the tenant, which cannot be more than the total of 2 months rent. So, learn the local laws and be sure to closely review all the details of any rental agreement before signing!

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