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Westside Property Group offers 20 years of buying & selling negotiation experience. Specializing in Los Angeles’ Westside neighborhoods of Santa Monica, Mar Vista, Beverly Hills, Bel Air, and Venice, our agents are dedicated to making your real estate experience as rewarding as possible.

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If You Want To:

  • Sell your Home or Income Property…
  • Buy a Fixer/Tear Down & Build your own Home…
  • Buy a New Home or Income Property…

It would be wise to contact someone who has done all of these things locally!

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Los Angeles isn’t a single compact city, but a sprawling suburbia comprising dozens of disparate communities located either on the ocean or on the flatlands of a huge desert basin.
The Westside, sandwiched between Hollywood and the city’s coastal communities, includes some of Los Angeles’s most prestigious neighborhoods.
The beach communities of Santa Monica, Venice and Mar Vista all have a distinct mood and charm.

Bel Air

The historic and upscale community of Bel Air is among the most distinguished neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles. It is one of the three communities that make up the highly prized Platinum Triangle – together with neighboring Holmby Hills and Beverly Hills, this region presents arguably one of the most extensive selections of luxury real estate properties in all of Southern California.

Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is, above all, a small town for the wealthy. Less than six square miles in size, Beverly Hills is strictly a neighborhood of homes and shops. The city has churches, but it has no smokestacks; it has restaurants, but no industry; boutiques, but no billboards; parks, but no eyesores. There’s not even a hospital or a cemetery in the city to remind the residents of their mortality. It has been said that, technically, no one is born or dies in Beverly Hills.

Mar Vista

As prices in other parts of the Westside have grown out of reach for many house hunters, Mar Vista has remained one of the few areas to stay relatively affordable. Mar Vista is a family-oriented community where joggers, dog-walkers, and baby strollers are part of the daily scene. In addition to local restaurants and shopping, Residents have easy access to trendy Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice.

Santa Monica

Santa Monica is the focal point of Los Angeles’ Westside. The city, famous for its Pier, large sandy beaches and temperatures that hover between 65-75 degrees year round,is the perfect place for those who love the option of tossing their car keys on the table and walking around town. Surrounded by Malibu, Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Mar Vista, Venice and the Pacific Ocean, Santa Monica is celebrated for its fine dining, great nightlife and fantastic shopping. So whether you want to shop and dine on the Southside’s Main St., downtowns’s 3rd St. Promenade and the Northside’s Montana Ave., or simply relax on the beautiful beaches, Santa Monica offers a great time for everyone!

Venice

Venice has its share of skateboard-riding, flip-flop-wearing, surf-loving residents, to be sure. But the true in-crowds reside in the area’s many walk-street enclaves, it’s famed canals, Winward Circle and Abbott Kinney neighborhoods.

These neighborhoods are home to the remaining Venetian-inspired buildings built when Venice was founded by developer and dreamer Abbot Kinney’s as Venice-of- America, a community initially modeled after Venice, Italy.

Venice offers high-density living in relative seclusion from nearby suburban sprawl. Where mostly lower-income singles used to live, affluent families often reside today.

West Los Angeles

Westside – Where you work, live and play!

Comprised of Santa Monica, Venice, Mar Vista, Marina del Rey, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, del Rey, Westchester, Culver City, Palms, Cheviot Hills, Century City, West L.A., Westwood, Brentwood, Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Pacific Palisades. Collectively, the aforementioned cities and communities are world-wide known for their beautiful homes, location and nightlife. What few people realize is that the Westside rivals downtown L.A. in terms of commuters. Many of the major educational, retail, cultural, entertainment and recreational attractions of Greater Los Angeles are located in this area.