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Beverly Hills

When you think of Beverly Hills, what images come to mind? Perhaps you picture popular television shows and movies that showcase this area or maybe the famed Rodeo Drive and Roberston shopping areas. More Info »


Dominated by gracious homes set amidst hills which offer spectacular views. Most homes were built in the 1950s and ’60s, with lush trees and shrubs shading meandering roads. More Info »

Culver City

A hub for the motion picture industry since the beginning. Nearby Marina del Rey provides premier recreational and entertainment options close to home. More Info »

Fairfax District

Fairfax Avenue is experiencing a real renaissance. It’s streets are lined with authentic cultural restaurants, bakeries and shops. Also known as Beverly Grove, surrounding homes are eclectic in style and design. More Info »

Hancock Park

Features elegant, grand homes along lush, tree-lined lanes. Many homes were designed by famous architects, combining with trendy shops, antique dealers, and convenient services. More Info »

Los Feliz

This Hollywood Hills neighborhood is between Griffith Park and Barnsdall Art Park. Hillside homes, eclectic architecture, unique restaurants and a thriving nightlife are found here. More Info »

Santa Monica

Home to the Santa Monica pier and its historic carousel. This beach city features Pacific Amusement Park. Third St Promenade offer great shopping and restaurants. More Info »

Silver Lake

Named after the reservoir which lies at its center, many of Silver Lake’s homes are Spanish styled and designed by many famous mid-century architects. Sunset Junction is a popular retail district. More Info »

West Hollywood

A pedestrian-friendly community most famous as the home of the legendary Sunset Strip, WeHo is home to a vibrant, colorful collection of novelty shops, nightclubs, and eateries. More Info »

West La

Minutes from sea breezes and UCLA, West LA provides a community feeling and the benefits of Westside living. Major shopping malls, cultural venues, and parks, are all a part of the scene. More Info »