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Thinking of relocating to LA but not sure where to start looking for home? We understand; it's a big area, so let us help! We are Los Angeles experts, and we can tell you all about the many unique communities through the LA Metro area—so you're sure to find the perfect one for you! Start exploring our favorite communities to find your dream home in LA.Find Your Home
Tucked against the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains directly north of the city of Pasadena, Altadena is a community set back from the hustle-and-bustle of city living. It’s a neighborhood of winding roads, of streets lined in trees and lush lawns, of opulent Victorian mansions along Millionaire’s Row and charming cottages through Janes Village.
Located along fertile soils the Los Angeles River, Atwater Village manages to perfectly blend the down-to-earth farming lifestyle of its past with hip new businesses, restaurants, and stores.
Tucked into the western end of the San Fernando Valley, Canoga Park is a highly diverse community of affordable but charming and well-kept homes, walkable shopping and dining districts, and plenty of community spirit and fun.
This friendly community of well-kept bungalow homes and familiar neighbors is surrounded by the happenin’ hipster Frogtown, the beauty of the Los Angeles River and Elysian Park, the action and excitement of Downtown, and the upscale elegance of Highland Park.
Centered around Echo Park and lake in the heart of Los Angeles, Echo Park is a vibrant and unique community that perfectly blends the old-time soul of its past and the bright, colorful, and artistic of an up-and-coming trendiness.
With a bustling commercial area surrounded by walkable neighborhoods, as well as long winding roads rising into the hills and homes situated privately on spacious lots, Encino perfectly blends a thriving urban lifestyle with breathtaking rural living, giving it a much-loved small-town charm.
In Granada Hills, you’ll find a variety of beautiful and unique homes, great places to shop and dine, and breathtaking ways to get outside, get active, and enjoy the great outdoors.
Hollywood is the iconic home of the US film industry, featuring some of the most famous attractions, destinations, and yes, people in Los Angeles. But truly, it’s so much more than just a tourist destination. It’s an ethnically diverse, bustling, and truly unique community filled with possibilities for work, for play, and for high-quality living.
With elevations reaching 2,700 feet above sea level and soaring vistas across Los Angeles all the way to the Pacific and Catalina Island beyond, the small mountain town of La Crescenta more than earns its nickname “The Balcony of Southern California”.
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On the edge of an urban metropolis where one can still smell horses or admire hawks soaring across the cloudless blue sky, or even hear the eerie howl of a lone coyote baying at a full moon, there lies a beautiful little community of rolling hills and wooded trails, a community kissed by the gentle breezes of fresh mountain air.
To the north, beautiful rolling hills and rising mountains set the backdrop, while throughout the neighborhood, charming homes and quieter streets offer a cozier neighborhood feel in the middle of the city.
Although it is integrally connected to communities of La Crescenta and Verdugo City, Montrose has a distinct character all its own; residents might describe their tiny town as, "a little bit of Mayberry" and "Main Street USA" in all rolled into one.
Located in the heart of the San Fernando Valley in northern Los Angeles, North Hills is a highly diverse community of quiet neighborhood streets lined in trees, green lawns, and sidewalks.
Northridge is home to California State University Northridge, as well as everything from historic old manors to upscale fashion shopping. Homes range from quaint and cozy to large and luxurious, offering something for everyone to enjoy along its quiet, tree-lined streets.
Welcome to the “Heart of the Valley”, the first planned community in the San Fernando Valley—and possibly the West Coast—Panorama City. Boasting some of the lowest-priced single-family homes in the Valley and conveniently situated for access to all of LA, Panorama City is a popular suburban destination for a highly diverse population of working individuals and families.
Nestled into the rising hills of Northern Los Angeles, Porter Ranch is a stunning community that perfectly blends the tranquility of preserved wilderness with the convenience of modern city living. Beautiful parks and scenic trails mesh with bustling commercial areas, and beautiful homes nestle quietly between it all.
Though completely surrounded by Los Angeles, San Fernando is a world of its own amenities and attractions, and with easy access to major freeways, commuter routes, and public transportation, it’s just a skip, hop, and a jump from the best opportunities and entertainment throughout the city.
Shadow Hills is, above all else, an equestrian community for serious horse people who want only the best in their homes and for their horses. Tucked into the northeastern Sun Valley of the Verdugo Mountains, much of this stunning semi-rural Los Angeles community is zoned for equestrian property, making it a truly unique part of the urban city.
Indie shops, unique local restaurants and hole-in-the-wall bars, upscale lounges, and happenin' clubs line the streets of Silver Lake's main commercial avenue, setting the scene for the site of indie music culture in Los Angeles that lends it the nickname “The Williamsburg of the West”.
Known for its beautiful mountain views, affordable housing, and outstanding access to hiking in the mountains, equestrian trails and homes, and plenty of in-town recreation, Sun Valley is ideally located for those who want to go adventuring, but still be close to all that life in Los Angeles has to offer.
Once known for its wealth of olive orchards tucked into the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, Sylmar is a charming northern Los Angeles community of the San Fernando Valley. Clean mountain air, breathtaking mountain sunsets, and a wealth of outdoor exploration are just the beginning of why residents love living in Sylmar.
From the bustling stores and restaurants of its thriving downtown to its quiet and scenic suburban neighborhoods to the rolling mountain foothills and lush green parks that surround, Thousand Oaks is truly a city that has something for everyone.
Tucked into the Crescenta Valley between the San Gabriel Mountains to the north and the Verdugo Mountains to the south, the community of Tujunga, CA is literally surrounded by rolling hills, cragged ridges, and soaring peaks on all sides. In summer, lush green rises from behind the small-town storefronts of its commercial corridor, while in winter, white-capped peaks stand silhouetted against cloudless blue sky.
Residents of Valley Village, CA take pride in their lush, green community of tree-lined streets, safe neighborhoods, and walkable sidewalks. It’s a place of friendly, close-knit community, great for biking, and quietly removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown LA, yet surrounded by all of its outstanding amenities and attractions.
A beautiful blend of lush green parkland and rolling hills, of charming neighborhoods and quiet streets, and of bustling commercial areas and vibrant shops and restaurants, West Hills is a community for those who want to escape the big-city bustle and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds it.
Affordable yet charming homes, walkable streets lined in sidewalks, and friendly neighbors encompass the majority of Winnetka, while a few bustling commercial centers provide easy access to shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Ready to Find Your Perfect Home in Los Angeles?
If you're thinking of relocating to or buying a home in Los Angeles, then it's time to contact Brad Korb Real Estate Group. Brad Korb and his team of Real Estate Agents are here to help you explore the area, discover its beautiful communities, and find the perfect place to call home. Give us a call to get started, or just keep browsing our resources to learn more!