The California Association of Realtors has launched a new website to aid Spanish speakers searching for a new home, the organization announced Thursday. The Spanish language website — Sucasa.net — overs all of California and allows users to search for homes by city, price range and other criteria, C.A.R. said in a news release. Realtors also will forward their clients property links in Spanish. In Los Angeles County, about 40 percent of the population speaks Spanish at home, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. “With Spanish ranking as the second most widely spoken language in the U.S. and Spanish speakers making up nearly 35 percent of California’s population, we recognize the market potential for this home buyer population,” C.A.R. President LeFrancis Arnold said in a statement. After pulling up a property to view, the website still displays an English language property description, however users can click a link that translates those details into Spanish. C.A.R.’s Spanish website lists about 5,800 homes for sale and more than 920 homes for rent within the city of Los Angeles.