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Living in Oxnard, California, has the advantage of being out of Los Angeles itself, but still being close enough to be considered part of the greater LA area. Oxnard has a little over 200,000 people and is the largest part of the Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura area. This statistical area is considered one of the wealthiest parts of the country.
Oxnard is one of the main transportation hubs in the area, with a number of different bus lines and railroad stations crossing through the city. It also has a small airport, although it is limited to regional traffic only. The city is also known as the largest strawberry producer in the state. About a third of all of California’s strawberries come from Oxnard.
While it doesn’t have a gay district per se, Oxnard is quite welcoming to the LGBT community. It’s also fairly affordable. A condo runs anywhere from $155,000 to $1.9 million if you want a home on the beach. Single family homes can cost anywhere from $135,000 to $4.6 million.