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From snow capped mountains to pristine beaches, our Los Angeles neighborhoods have it all. Feeling good about the community you live in can be just as important as selecting the right home. As local experts, we can help you find a neighborhood that best suits your needs. From local restaurants and activities to school information and market trends, explore the communities we serve below.

Rich in history, culture, natural beauty and close to everything in LA, Los Feliz is one of the best places to live in Southern California.

Los Feliz is an eclectic sophisticated community with a relaxed atmosphere. Home to Griffith Park and the iconic Griffith Observatory, the Greek Theatre, ground breaking architecture by the fathers of modern architecture and style, including Frank Lloyd Wright, world renown restaurants, public transit options and the original movers and shakers of the entertainment world like Walt Disney and Cecille B. DeMille, Los Feliz has a diverse range of homes and apartments for everyone.   Whether you prefer to get outside for golf or hiking, or prefer to stay indoors, there’s plenty here to do. While you don’t need to leave this centrally located cozy urban oasis to find fun, there’s plenty more to explore (history, food, recreation) within walking distance or a short drive.


We can help you with your real estate needs no matter where they are in the Greater Los Angeles Area.

From Santa Monica to Westwood, Beverly Hills to East LA, Hollywood to South LA and Inglewood, Greater Los Angeles is vibrant, ever changing and complex, some areas stable and established, others experiencing high growth in one or more types of properties.  Helping you navigate through the livability factors and investment opportunities in this ever evolving set of communities is what we love to do and what we do best!

For more details check out our community descriptions on the following pages.


Northeast Los Angeles is an emerging, trendy area with a great deal of opportunity for growth, with fantastic neighborhoods, delicious food, and an abundance of culture.

Northeast Los Angeles is diverse and colorful. It is an emerging, trendy area with a great deal of opportunity for growth. Fantastic neighborhoods, delicious foods, and an abundance of culture.

These are wonderful neighborhoods not only to invest in, but also put to put your roots in.  Many neighborhoods in North East Los Angeles have  strong community ties, and there are many multi generational streets.  Some of the neighborhoods have mature landscaping, and have high walkability scores.


Central Los Angeles is an amazingly bustling combination of diverse, dense, and ever changing neighborhoods.

Central Los Angeles is always a good bet for someone looking for a home or investment.  It is a dense, bustling culturally rich area.  It's various neighborhoods have a strong sense of their identities and communities.

This is the heart of the City.  Museums, art galleries, theaters, nightlife, professional and amateur sports at all levels, including the most beautiful new soccer stadium anywhere.  From 70 story high-rises to simple bungalows.  Just listing the ethnic enclaves makes one's mouth water: KoreaTown, ChinaTown, Little Tokyo, Historic Filipino Town, Little Armenia, ThaiTown, Olvera Street for Mexican treats, not to mention master chefs from every part of the globe coming up with innovative new cuisines.  Central LA is also the largest wholesale mart on the West Coast- jewelry, fashions, toys, fabrics, flowers, produce are all there for the taking.

And of course the Entertainment business is at home here, from Hollywood and West Hollywood to East LA and beyond.

We know it all and can help you find whatever your dream may be!


Hilly and hip, the close-in neighborhoods of Silver Lake and Echo Park combine all the delights of urban living in Los Angeles while in the midst of a semi-tropical garden.

Silver Lake, and neighboring Echo Park, are known as two of "the city's hippest neighborhoods" with many music venues, bars, nightclubs and restaurants of every ethnicity and price range, all set amidst verdant overgrown hillsides full of amazing architect designed homes and apartments with iconic views. The popular central L.A. neighborhoods have gone from urban grit to sophisticated chic over the years and are home to celebrities, creatives, professionals, activists, a thriving LGBT Community and an ever-increasing number of families. Silver Lake and Echo Park are diverse, eclectic, and above all, authentic. Often described as the “Brooklyn of Los Angeles,” since the 1990s, the neighborhoods have become the center of the alternative and indie rock scene in Los Angeles.

Two of the neighborhood’s most famous features are its massive namesake body of water, Silver Lake Reservoir, which offers a popular 2.25-mile loop for runners and walkers, and the stunning Echo Park Lake, home of the largest lotus water garden in North America.

The main hub of Silver Lake is Sunset Junction, a bustling, walkable strip along Sunset Boulevard with dozens of trendy shops and restaurants.  Just a mile or so east along Sunset is the main drag of Echo Park with its eclectic spiritual oases and its lake, as well as Elysian Park home of Dodger Stadium and the oldest city park in Los Angeles. Right off Sunset overlooking the lake is Angelino Heights, one of the original 19th Century suburbs and the largest collection of immaculately restored Victorian properties in the city.  Sprinkled throughout the two neighborhoods are the famous hidden stair streets. These historic steps once played a major role in how residents got from their steep hillside homes to the main streets to take public transportation, proof that Los Angeles wasn’t always car-dependent. These days, the majority of the steps are used by locals for fitness and by visitors for photo ops, since many of them, including the Micheltorena Stairs (3400 Sunset Boulevard) and the Swan Stairs (Westerly Terrace and Swan Place), are vibrantly painted.


Sometimes described as the "new Silver Lake" these historic neighborhoods northeast of DTLA are diverse, creative and full of surprises.

Stretched along the historic Arroyo Seco from Downtown LA to Pasadena, these City of LA neighborhoods are some of the oldest suburbs of Los Angeles and yet are accessible by the Arroyo Seco Parkway (the first freeway built in the US) and the MetroRail Gold Line light rail transit.  The three areas are on the east side of the Los Angeles River which is in the long process of being restored as a semi-natural linear park.  Each neighborhood is unique and has its own charm.

Highland Park has a long history filled with art, agriculture, architecture, and an ethnically diverse mix of Angelenos. Today the rapidly gentrifying hipster haven has become a must-visit for foodies, historic home buffs, and tourists looking for the next capital of L.A. cool.  The Highland Park/ Garvanza HPOZ is the largest historical preserve in the City and includes both residential and commercial structures.  As the storefronts along Figueroa Street are being restored, it is delightful to see the commercial architecture of the 1910's and 1920's come back to life.

Surrounded by Highland Park, Mount Washington was the original bohemian art colony, home of Charles Lummis who founded the LA City Library and the Southwest Museum of Native American Art, the first museum in LA.  It was just far enough out of town for the saloons and night life to flourish, while on it steep hillsides, gorgeous Craftsman and Spanish Revival homes were built.  A plot of land along the Parkway has been set aside as the Heritage Square outdoor museum which gathers eight architecturally significant buildings from the close of the 19th century and the early decades of the 20th, including a Queen Anne mansion, church, train depot, and a corner drug store in one landscaped (era appropriately of course) plaza to explore everyday life during that settlement and development period. On top of the mountain, the world headquarters of the Self Realization Fellowship founded by Paramahansa Yogananda in the 1920's still welcomes the faithful from around the world.

Eagle Rock lies just to the north of Highland Park and is sandwiched between the cities of Glendale and Pasadena.  It gets its name from a large rock whose shadow resembles an eagle with its wings outstretched. Although it was originally a separate city, in 1923 it combined with the City of Los Angeles. Today, it is an ethnically diverse, relatively high-income neighborhood (by national standards)—the latter of which has risen in part due to the gentrification of Northeast Los Angeles that began in the 2000s and picked up in the 2010s. The neighborhood is known for being the home of Occidental College and for a having a bit of a creative counterculture element. Eagle Rock has a number of historically significant buildings but is not an HPOZ.

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