Orange County, California's third most populous county, is largely suburban with the popular cities of Anaheim, Irvine, and Santa Ana. The Pacific Ocean coastline has over a dozen beaches in Orange County for residents to enjoy, and countless parks, professional sports, attractions, visual and performing arts centers, and a wide range of outdoor recreational activities in an idyllic, scenic climate. With over a dozen hospitals and medical centers and moderate year-round temperatures, Orange County — like all SoCal — is a prime spot to invest in multifamily units, commercial properties, apartment buildings, and more.
Los Angeles County
Los Angeles County is not only the most populous county in California, but it is also the most populous county in the entire United States, including almost nearly 100 incorporated cities and additional unincorporated areas. Los Angeles, the county seat, is the most populous city in California and the second most populous city in the United States. It houses 20 beaches along the Pacific Ocean coastline, with residents able to enjoy numerous parks, state parks, recreational facilities, museums, botanical gardens, tourist spots, music venues, visual and performing arts centers, and a variety of outdoor activities. According to data from Weather Spark, like nearby Orange County and the rest of SoCal, Los Angeles County enjoys a moderate climate with sunshine year-round. As the largest county population-wise, LA County is served by 76 ERs, at least 15 trauma centers, and four county hospitals that are operated by the Department of Health Services (DHS).