As one might expect for an industry town in the business of make believe, there are several stories about how Hollywood got its name. The most popular version involves a real estate developer on his honeymoon in 1886.
For unambiguous data about Hollywood, RealtyTrac®, the nation’s leading source for comprehensive housing data, recently created a thumbnail profile on the film-making capital.
The city, within Los Angeles County, has a population of 85,489 with the current fair market price of a three-bedroom rental hovering around $1,926. “Good Air Quality” days make up an impressive 82 percent of each year, a citywide trend the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration noted in 2012 marked a 98 percent drop in “levels of some vehicle-related air pollutants” since the 1960s.
About 72 percent of the year is sunny, with average temperatures a little over 65 degrees and average rainfall at 13.46 inches.
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