Online Listings for L.A. Metro Houses
& Condos from Silverlake & Hollywood
to Beverly Hills & the Westside. Amazingly Affordable Homes in Mt. Washington, Koreatown, Mid-Wilshire, Picfair, Beverlywood, Baldwin Hills, Culver City, Mar Vista, & Westchester.
Westchester has always been the slightly less expensive alternative to West L.A.... and it still is. There
are lots of deals here on properties near the ocean north of LAX. Composed of several classic post-war neighborhoods
(from the 1940's & 50's), many of the homes here are indisinguishable from similar homes on the Westside
The eastern part of Culver City grew up around the movie studios here and is actually one of the 'older' parts of Los
Angeles with plenty of quaint cottages and homes with the gaps filled in by slightly later housing developments. The western
end of Culver City has more of the post-war homes which tend to predominate in the western suburbs of L.A. in general.
MLS listings for amazing houses & condominiums for less than you might think in the Westwood and Bel Air in
and around the Hollywood Hills. City lights and ocean view properties available including residential towers in
the Wilshire Corridor.
Deals on houses in Beverly Hills for under two million dollars. A hand full of properties are usually available for under
a million, even up in the hills. There are plenty of condominiums available as well, many for between $500k & $750k
(in Beverly Hills!)
All the MLS listings for houses under $2M from Beverly Hills east to Hollywood from the flats along
Sunset and Santa Monica Boulevards to the top of the Hollywood Hills at Mulholland Drive. Also inexpensive condos in
the area. Many communities including the West Hollywood, Sunset Plaza, Laurel Canyon & Mt. Olympus.
All the houses in & near the Hollywood Hills from old Hollywood to Los Feliz by Griffith Park & Silverlake
for under one and a half million dollars. An incredible variety of new and old properties including remarkable Downtown
& city view, & and more traditional suburban homes in the flats and foot hills.
All the MLS listings for houses under $2M from Beverly Hills to Hollywood / Hancock Park from Olympic
Blvd. to the Hollywood Hills. Also inexpensive condos in the area. Many communities & neighborhoods including the Miracle
Mile, the Fairfax District, and Beverly Center.
Mid-Wilshire and Pickfair real estate (Pico & Fairfax) in mid-town L.A. was a hot ticket recently
when the westside and beach cities were getting priced out of sight. These are the multi-unit properties available in
the same area. Most were built from 1920 to 1960 and enjoy strong rents.
The Baldwin Hills & Crenshaw are right in the middle of the Los Angeles basin. South of Hollywood & Beverly
Hills, west of USC & Downtown, north of South Bay & L.A International Airport, and east of Venice &
Santa Monica. Lots of opportunities and major views on the hill for less than a million!
All the MLS listings for the 'old' Los Angeles hill homes between Griffith Park and Downtown. Properties range from chaming
cottages and well kept vintage houses, to inspired redesigns of classic themes and bold new developments. There are also
more than a few antiques that are ready for the wrecking ball.
A lot of good deals on hill/view homes north of Downtown and Dodger Stadium (free fireworks in the summer!)
Incredible variety here with some homes built before 1900. Also close to USC, Hollywood, Pasadena, Glendale and the San
More 'old' Los Angeles neighborhoods from the 100 year old mansions of Hancock Park to some of the best deals in
town on grand old homes and more modest suburban homes closer to Downtown in the diverse collection of neighborhoods
generally known as Koreatown.
Nice condos, many of them in big buildings that are next to even bigger buildings. There are actually seven
Zip Codes in the downtown area and each has it's own flavor. Call for information on other great properties
available in Downtown Los Angeles.
There's an impressive variety of condos south of downtown from smaller lofts & multi-story buildings on
up (new & old.) The only real tower in the area is the converted Occidental / Transamerica Tower (now EVO) by
the Convention Center which has superb views of the L.A. skyline and city.