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Skillful and savvy, many say Chloe is a breath of fresh air in the Los Angeles real estate scene. She has spent years accumulating a wealth of knowledge to pass down to her clients, from key negotiation tactics to lapping up the strategies behind flipping homes...



Brentwood is one of the wealthiest and prominent in all of Los Angeles located in close proximity to the Pacific Ocean, comfortable climate, and sophisticated lifestyle has attracted many celebrities, affluent professionals, and political figures, to the area. Its diverse terrain and significant properties are sited along the foothills and canyons. In the heart of Brentwood, at San Vincente Boulevard and Barrington, you will find many classy eateries, family-oriented retail, and the world-class Getty Center just minutes away.


Westwood Village is at the heart of this vibrant district which still retains some of its original historic-cultural building landmarks and theaters. Westwood is best known for being the home of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus. Located in the northern central section of Los Angeles’ Westside. The suburban-like family style neighborhood of Westwood has many prime examples of Spanish Style homes that lie on picturesque rolling hills and gentle curved tree-lined streets. A winding two-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard, known as The Wilshire Corridor, passes through the eastern section of Westwood towering with its ultra-luxury residential high-rises buildings which are famous for their city, mountain and ocean views. This section is often referred as “The Golden Mile”.


Santa Monica is one of Los Angeles’ most famous beach areas ideally located on the picturesque Santa Monica Bay. Built in 1909, one of its main attractions is the Santa Monica Pier, a national historic landmark and home to the Pacific Park amusement park and Santa Monica Pier Aquarium. Santa Monica is positioned with the Ocean to the west, the Pacific Palisade on the northwest, Brentwood on the north, West Los Angeles to the northeast, and Venice to the southeast. Three unique shopping districts, Montana Avenue, the Downtown District, and Main Street at the south end of the city combined with its broad white sand beaches, makes it one of LA’s premiere areas for shopping, dining, entertainment, and living. It is also considered one of the leading sustainable cities in all of the US.

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