Known around the world, many people flock to this part of the country for the beaches, the sunshine and the career opportunities in the entertainment industry. Whether you’ve spent a lifetime in California – or you are thinking about relocating to Los Angeles, our team of real estate experts can help you with buying or selling your home. From a young professional to a retiree, Los Angeles ranks as the second largest city in the United States so there’s sure to be a neighborhood that fits your needs.

Beverly Hills

A world famous vacation, shopping and business destination, Beverly Hills offers the highest levels of luxury. Many industry executives and Hollywood stars flock to this part of town because of its emphasis on arts and culture. The community here is small and tight, offering a close knit feeling.

Downtown Los Angeles

Previously a less desirable part of town, downtown Los Angeles is undergoing a renaissance. Rising rent costs and several new residential developments reflect the changes occurring in this part of town. The area is attracting many young professional looking for urban lofts and live-work communities. With bustling nightlife, a huge amount of ethnic and cultural diversity and many trendy shopping districts, downtown LA boasts world-class offerings.


The entertainment capital of the world, Hollywood attracts millions of visitors every year. From Universal Studios to the Hollywood Walk to Fame, there’s plenty to do here. Residents find a variety of shopping options at the Hollywood & Highland Center. With Thai Town and Little Armenia, Hollywood represents a highly diverse part of town.


A tightly knit and well-established community, industry executives have found their homes here for decades. The area features a strong arts scene with the famous Rose Bowl Parade, the Huntington Library Gardens, Pasadena Symphony and Pacific Asia Museum, to name a few. Old Town Pasadena spans 21 blocks and offers unique dining options and a vibrant nightlight scene.

Santa Monica

Famous for the Santa Monica Pier, this eclectic part of town attracts many tourists. Locals and tourists alike appreciate the ‘endless summer’ feel with a coastline featuring miles of beaches and unbeatable weather. With an active community, most residents participate in some form of outdoor exercise from beach yoga to surfing, volleyball or bicycling.

San Fernando Valley

Also known as ‘The Valley,’ this part of town is home to several movie studios including CBS Studio Center, NBCUniversal, The Walt Disney Company, making it home to countless industry professionals. Many people enjoy this area for its large parks and recreation areas and close proximity to work. The North Hollywood Arts District is home to many young adults because of its unique culture and great shopping.

West Hollywood

Famous for the Sunset Strip, West Hollywood or ‘WeHo’ has a vibrant and close-knit LGBT community. Big on nightlight, this area includes the House of Blues, Comedy Store and countless clubs and bars. It’s also home to the annual Gay Pride Parade, making in it the largest LGBT community in SoCal.

West Side

Featuring the notable community of Brentwood, this high-end part of town is home to many well-known people. While less densely populated then all other parts of Los Angeles, people are attracted to the Westside for its luxurious homes and proximity to the beach. The area also features lots of shopping with the Original Farmer’s Market, The Grove and the Beverly Center. The Westside is also home to the LA County Museum of Art.