Congratulations on your decision to move to Los Angeles!
To answer your question, I would need to know your budget and what you are looking for. Depending on how many bedrooms you need, your price range, if you are looking for a condo/single family, if you have pets, or if you want a full service building/condo with lots of amenities, I would recommend different areas of West Los Angeles to you.
Feel free to contact me directly at (310) 717-1321 or JamieTian@RodeoRE.com with any questions and more details about what you are searching for, and I would be happy to send you a list of properties that are currently available that fit your search criteria.
I'm a Palisades resident realtor, and work the Westside. Contact me for local info, and schools, if you have children.
It's great that you plan to move over to California. I live and work in Southern California and I have given out loans to non-U.S residences. So if you are seeking a home loan in order to buy a house in California let me know cause I can definitely try to get you the loan that you need.
Well I hope this helps! If you have any further questions or if you need a loan, feel free to contact me. Also, if you found this helpful please leave me a recommendation if you can!
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Lets discuss what's important to you so we can find you what you want, and in the time you want.
Just in immediate surrounding proximity of WeHo, there's the Hollywood Hills, Hollywood, Studio City, Miracle Mile, Beverlywood, Beverly Hills and depending on distance this list can grow rather quickly.
The advantage of an area like West Hollywood is central location. Knowing your budget on both a rental and/or purchase end will help significantly.
For information in and around West Hollywood, visit: http://www.AboutWeHo.com as it's a strong area resource for those who live, work, visit and love West Hollywood.
If you need further assistance, I'm more than happy to assist.
Best of luck on your move!
Keller Williams Realty - LA/Westside
For climate, San Diego has been awarded the most perfect climate. For raw natural beauty, Central Coast is awesome through the Monterey Bay and beyond. San Francisco is lovely and historic and north is rugged with a beauty all it's own.
If you mean Los Angeles, we also have many interesting and lovely areas, but you would have to come and see for yourself, to make a choice. Develop a solid relationship with a Local Realtor, you will need that guidance to make the right choice.
Our brokerage would be glad to help. Feel free to browse through local active listings to familiarize yourself with what is available - http://www.tdpropertiesinc.idxco.com/idx/17640/basicSearch.php
Best of luck to you and your family with the move.
West Hollywood is a hip and trendy place to be with fantastic restaurants, shopping, and nightlife. I have many clients from Australia I have helped move to the LA area, feel free to contact me anytime with questions you may have or if you would like me to assist you in finding the perfect place for you.
Have a great day,
Heather Paul, Broker Associate, Realtor
The purpose is both a mix including change of lifestyle and work.
I work in the digital marketing field, so will be coming over to continue that,
I'd be happy spending anywhere between $500,000-750,000 for the right property.
Kids are not an issue, but being somewhere closely located to West Hollywood,
Beverly Hills, etc would be ideal.
please tell me what is the purpose of your move, if you have any kids who need to attend schools in California or you are merely retiring here. Also, it depends on your budget as to what you are wiling to spend for your future residence in CA. You may wish to drop me some of the answers in a brief format and I will consult you accordingly. It will be my plesaure to be of service.
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Thanks for getting in touch. All of that information is great.
I think realistically my budget is between 500k to the top end of 650k
Ideally I would like a 2 bedroom place, somewhere that is family friendly and central to get around.
I will have a car however so a slight drive is not too much of a deterrent.
I'd be happy to skype with any agents out there that want to make an introduction and tell me about the areas they specialise in and how they can help?
Let me know if that is of interest to anyone?
If you'd like to live in the Los Angeles area West Hollywood is very nice, depending on what you're looking for. LA is a very large city and West Hollywood is in good proximity to some of the most popular places in Hollywood, the valley and the beaches. However, it's in the heart of the city where it's quite crowded with a lot of traffic. If you're looking for a real "city life" it can be ideal. If you have a family you may consider other areas, such as Silver Lake, Los Feliz, Santa Monica or, even, Pasadena. West Hollywood rents can be a bit pricy due to it's central, popular location. However, not out-of-site. If you were to buy, a condo/townhouse would be cheaper. The Northeast LA area has become quite popular to buy in due to its moderate home prices and burgeoning neighborhoods. Prices for homes in this area range, mostly, from $350,000-$650,000. This area has seen much gentrification over the last few years from people moving out of the more expensive, crowded locals on the west side of town. This would put you closer to the Downtown area of LA which has had a complete facelift over the last 12 years, offering exciting restaurants and nightlife.
I've been a Realtor in the Los Angeles and Pasadena areas for over 12 years. I have sold/rented homes, condos/townhouses and lofts. It would be a pleasure to show you around the different neighborhoods of LA, and help you find the ideal place to suit your needs. Los Angeles is a vibrant, exciting place. As a native Angelino I know the city quite well. Good luck with your move. If I can be of service, you can reach me at:
Keller Williams Realty/ Los Feliz
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626 840-7392 cell or 323 300-1000 office
Start by defining the term 'affordable.' California is an expensive place to live...Start with your budget, and the type of livestyle you want to enjoy...
Best of luck.
Let me know if you need a purchase loan for the property or want to get pre-approved (this will increase the chances of your loan being accepted) because I can certainly help you out there. You can call me at 408-352-5147 or email me at AGreer@themortgageoutlet.com. You can check us out at http://www.TheMortgageOutlet.com. I will look at your situation and present you with some options.
'Affordable' is a pretty ambiguous term especially when you're talking about living in the heart of a major metropolitan area. Remember, West Hollywood is also right next to Beverly Hills. You'll get much more useful responses here if you can tell everyone a bit more about your price range and preferences.
Best of Luck.