Once upon a time, you could say you lived in Santa Monica or Culver City or Hollywood and people would know where to find you (and perhaps even a bit about your personality!) Today, those geographical designations are too vague because each of those communities – and the many others that collectively define the vibrant melting pot known as Los Angeles – have evolved into a patchwork of distinct micro-neighborhoods, each with its own character, culture and (of particular interest to homebuyers and sellers) area-specific property values.
In Bel Air, for example, a home in the East Gate could be worth literally millions of dollars more than a comparable home in Upper Bel Air. In general, the further one moves west from St. Pierre Road to West Gate and north from Sunset Boulevard up the Santa Monica Mountains, the smaller and the less flat the building lots and the more varied the styles and price ranges of the homes.
Having an intimate knowledge of these dynamics is part of the value proposition I offer as a top real estate agent, and can give both buyers and sellers a significant edge in the ever-changing market.
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