Property Management

Management

One Source Property management specializes in Multi-Residential, Apartments and Single Family Homes as well as Leasing. As a full service residential real estate management company, we pride ourselves on being reliable and professional.  For many years landlords have confided in our experience and trust. Managing properties surrounding our main office in Sherman Oaks, California is our focus. Specific area’s included within Los Angeles, CA include: Bel Air, Sherman Oaks, Encino, Tarzana, Studio City, Toluca Lake, Beverly Hills, North Hollywood.

 

Bel Air

Bel Air

The Bel Air zip code is 90077. Just adjacent to our home offices Bel Air, an affluent residential community in the hills of the Westside of Los Angeles, California. Together with Beverly Hills and Holmby Hills it forms the Platinum Triangle of Los Angeles neighborhoods.

Bel Air is situated about 12 miles west of downtown Los Angeles and includes some of the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. It borders the north side of UCLA along Sunset Boulevard. At the heart of the community sits the Bel Air Country Club (featuring  18-hole golf course and tennis courts) and the Hotel Bel Air (remodeled in 2011). The community was founded in 1923 by Alphonzo E. Bell, Sr.

It is bordered by Westwood on the south, Brentwood on the west and southwest, Beverly Hills Post Office on the east, and Sherman Oaks to the north. Bel Air is home to numerous celebrities and high-net-worth corporate executives. The Bel Air Association has been operational since 1942, dedicated to preserving the life-style and property-values of their residential community. The Bel Air Association is located at the entrance of the East Gate of Bel Air at 100 Bel Air Road.

Real Estate in Bel Air tend to be private and hidden, by dense foliage and gates, from the winding roads of the community. Residences range from relatively modest ranch-style houses, to lavish mansions on magnificent estates. While some houses in Bel Air seem quite modest from the outside, often lying mere feet from the street, they still have large grounds. In general, the higher up the mountain, the smaller the building lots, and more modest the houses. However, those residences along roads such as Stradella Road and Linda Flora Drive provide panoramic views of the Los Angeles basin and Catalina Island. The most desirable houses are near the main entrances of the Bel Air Country Club, because they boast views of both the country club and much of Los Angeles. Lower Bel Air boasts many of the most expensive homes in the community, largely because of their proximity to Sunset Boulevard, a major thoroughfare.

Multi-family housing is not permitted and ordinances regarding architectural styles, landscaping, and lot sizes exist to preserve Bel Air . Although no one is necessarily banned from entering on foot, most of Bel Air lacks residential sidewalks (unlike Beverly Hills) to discourage the public from walking around the community. Hugh Hefner’s “Playboy Mansion” resides here. Unique to any town, is that Bel Air is patrolled by local security companies 24/7.

Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in the country. It is located in the western part of Los Angeles and is adjacent to the cities of West Hollywood, Century City, and Holmby Hills. Within its 5.7 square mile radius, Beverly Hills is home to more than 34,000 residents as well as thriving retail and commercial businesses. It is also home to Rodeo Drive, the center of one of the most famous and expensive shopping areas in the world. Drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors a year from around the globe, Rodeo Drive is where the rich and famous do their shopping.

The city of Beverly Hills has some of the largest and most extravagant homes in Los Angeles and the nation. The median home price of over $2.2 million. Beverly Hills is a full-service community with its own police, fire, building inspection, water treatment and  departments, among other services. Additionally, it has its own school district with multiple elementary and middle schools serving children from kindergarten through 8th grade, as well as one high school, Beverly Hills High School. The Beverly Hills Unified School District boasts some of the best schools in the country. Property Management in Beverly Hills zip codes include 90209, 90210, 90211, 90212 and 90213.

Burbank

Burbank

A city in Los Angeles County in Southern California, 12 miles (19 km) north of downtown Los Angeles. The estimated population in 2010 was 103,340.

Billed as the “Media Capital of the World and located only a few miles northeast of Hollywood, many media and entertainment companies are headquartered or have significant production facilities in Burbank, including Warner Bros. Entertainment, Warner Music Group, NBC Universal, The Walt Disney Company, ABC, Cartoon Network Studios, and Nickelodeon. The city is also home to Bob Hope Airport.

Burbank is located in two distinct areas, with its downtown, civic center and key neighborhoods nestled on the slopes and foothills that rise to the Verdugo Mountains, and other areas located in flatlands at the eastern end of the San Fernando Valley. Median house values are in the $500,000 range. .

Encino

Encino

Encino is a hilly district of the city of Los Angeles, California. Specifically, it is located in the central portion of the southern San Fernando Valley and on the north slope of the Santa Monica Mountains. It derives its name from the Rancho Los Encinos(Ranch of the Evergreens), a parcel of land given to three Mission Indians by the Mexican government following its secularization of the California missions beginning in 1834. Rancho Encino was established in 1845. Encino borders Tarzana to the west, Lake Balboa and Van Nuys to the North, and Sherman Oaks to the east. Real estate values are vary from the North Side of Ventura Boulevard (the Blvd) and South of Ventura Boulevard. ZIP codes include 91316 and 91436.

Holmby Hills

Holmby Hills

Part of Los Angeles, Holmby Hills is the epitome of Los Angeles wealth and luxury. Sitting in the “Platinum Triangle” it’s central location to Hollywood and Beverly Hills as well as being convenient to all areas such as Santa Monica and Malibu, have made this neighborhood desirable to the successful and select elite that have made Los Angeles famous. The estates within the neighborhood are unparalleled in their grandiosity and elegance and one would be hard pressed to find better neighbors such as Hugh Hefner and his Playboy Mansion, or other entertainers and high income executives. Hidden along the prestigious Sunset Boulevard, this magnificent neighborhood is the top of the line. It is the platinum lining for all the famous and fabulous homes of the city.

Hollywood Hills

Hollywood Hills

If you really wanted to identify an absolutely central area in relation to the Greater Los Angeles area, then the Hollywood Hills would be it. You will find yourself with the entire city at your command, halfway between Downtown and the beaches and ocean and also dividing the basin with the San Fernando Valley. The Hollywood Hills, which sprawl the northern boarders of the Los Angeles Basin, feature homes which are quaint to extravagant. From the streets rising and twisting above the neon lights of the Sunset Strip, to Laurel Canyon and its narrow offshoots that crawl up the couloir walls, to the top of the mountains crest where Mulholland Drive winds for miles and miles and on either side the best views money can buy in Los Angeles. The Hills’ reputation precedes itself with streets lined by rare and innovative architectural gems that adapt the homes to the steep and beautiful hills. Your neighbors are none other than the highest echelons of society and many of them famous celebrities of the entertainment industry which has made its epicenter at the feet of the hills. There are many highly rated schools (including Wonderland Elementary) both within the hills as well as in adjacent, convenient neighborhoods.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, with a population at the 2010 United States Census of over 3,700,000, is the most populous city in the state of California, and the second most populous in the United States, after New York City. It has an area of 468.67 square miles and is located in Southern California. The city is the focal point of the larger Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana metropolitan statistical area, which contains over 12,000,000 people as of 2010, and is one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world and the second largest in the United States.

Los Angeles (also known as L.A. or the Westside) includes the Los Angeles city communities of Bel Air, Beverly Crest, Beverlywood, Century City, Brentwood, Cheviot Hills, Pacific Palisades, Palms, Rancho Park, Sawtelle, West Los Angeles, Westwood, Venice, Mar Vista, Playa del Rey, South Robertson and Westchester, as well as the incorporated cities of Beverly Hills, Culver City, Santa Monica, and the unincorporated county territory of Marina del Rey.

Los Angeles is one of the largest centers for fashion, entertainment, culture, media, television, film and business. Its Mediterranean climate, and its 263 average days of sunshine, Los Angeles residents are a melting pot of immigrants from all around the world. There are a wide variety of foods, cultures, and diversity in every corner. Los Angeles has plenty of landmarks to visit, including: Grauman’s Chinese Theatre , Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Kodak Theatre, Griffith Observatory, and the Hollywood Bowl. The area is also well known for the various Amusement parks (Disneyland, Magic Mountain, Knotts Berry Farm, and Universal Studios). Major Hollywood studios surround the city, classy Beverly Hills Rodeo Drive, Santa Monica & Malibu Beach, and its many shopping malls across the city.

Los Angeles is also home to the UCLA Bruins, USC Trojans, CalTech, Art Center College of Design, California State University Los Angeles, and many more. It is also home to professional sports teams; Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, LA Kings, and the LA Dodgers.

Los Angeles is a large city offering everything from weather, culture, diversity, entertainment, and beautiful homes. Our team knows Los Angeles from corner to corner, and we all enjoy the city from the the Los Angeles coastlines to the Los Angeles Mountains. We are dedicated to finding the right home for you in Los Angeles and any of its surrounding cities.

North Hollywood

North Hollywood

In Southern California, just over the Hollywood Hills, north of Los Angeles, at the Gateway to the San Fernando Valley is the dynamic business community of Universal City/North Hollywood and residential communities of North Hollywood & Valley Village. Population approximately 210,000. Real estate in the “NoHo Art’s district” is booming recently. The area features up & coming business’s and luxury apartments.

For generations, the San Fernando Valley has been the home of legends. Bob Hope, Ron Howard, Gene Autry, Sally Field, Clark Gable, John Wayne, Tom Selleck and countless others have called the Valley, home. Among those who make their home here are: Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal Studios & Music, The Walt Disney Company, Warner Brothers, DreamWorks SKG, NBC, Litton Industries, Boeing-Rocketdyne Propulsion and Power, Countrywide Credit, Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, Nestle USA, Nickelodeon Animation Studios, CBS Studio Center, Pinkerton, and Wellpoint Health Networks. The highly educated workforce, well-developed infrastructure, hospitable climate, business-friendly municipal governments and strategic position along the Pacific Rim have combined to facilitate the establishment of more than 50,000 small businesses. North Hollywood expands over 11 Zip codes; ZIP Code 91601, 91602, 91603, 91605, 91606, 91609, 91611, 91612, 91615, 91616, 91618.

Sherman Oaks

Sherman Oaks

Home to the One Source Real Estate & Property Management office. An excellent central location to the San Fernando Valley as well as the Westside. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Studio City to the east, Van Nuys to the north, Encino to the west, Bel Air and Beverly Hills Post Office to the south. Sherman Oaks is situated along the Los Angeles River, 101 Ventura Freeway, 405 San Diego Freeway, Beverly Glen Boulevard, and Sepulveda Boulevard.

The southern boundary has always been Mulholland Drive. The western boundary is Firmament as it crosses Ventura Blvd. The current northern boundary is Oxnard Street and the eastern boundary is Coldwater Canyon Avenue from Burbank south to Magnolia Boulevard where it jogs west so as to reach Fulton Avenue at Ventura Boulevard. The line then follows Longridge Avenue south to Mulholland.

On July 14, 2009, the Los Angeles City Council approved a request to extend portions of the northern boundary of Sherman Oaks from Burbank Blvd. to Oxnard St. Sherman Oaks Galleria (featuring Cheesecake Factory, 24 Hour Fitness and Archlight Theaters) and Westfield Fashion Square Mall (featuring Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s) are the premiere shopping, and dining attractions at this end of the San Fernando Valley. Sherman Oaks expands over 6 Zip codes: 91401, 91403, 91411, 91413, 91423, 91495

Studio City

Studio City

Studio City property management is just our forte. Named for the movie/tv studio’s that drew people to the area. Considered an affluent residential neighborhood within the City of Los Angeles in the San Fernando Valley. Only 13 miles northwest of Downtown Los Angeles, Studio City is nestled in the northern foothills the Santa Monica mountains, a prime location for easy access to employment centers in Hollywood, Downtown, the Valley and Beverly Hills. The Ventura Freeway from Los Angeles and the San Diego Freeway from the coastal cities gives easy access to all of Southern California. Studio City is ideally situated for living, working or relaxing in Southern California. Schools include the highly desirable Carpenter Elementary. The stretch of Ventura Boulevard that runs through Studio City is the neighborhood’s primary commercial corridor. Studio City expands over four ZIP code areas: 91604 and sections of 91602, 91607 and 90210.

Tarzana

Tarzana

Located in the San Fernando Valley, Tarzana is a district in the city of Los Angeles, California. The neighborhood is located on the site of a former ranch owned by author Edgar Rice Burroughs, who named it Tarzana after his jungle hero character Tarzan. Tarzana, a district of Los Angeles, is surrounded by the town of Reseda to the north, Woodland Hills to the west, Encino to the east, and the Santa Monica Mountains (also a part of Los Angeles) to the south. Major roads in Tarzana include Reseda Boulevard, Tampa Avenue, Wilbur Avenue, Burbank Boulevard, and Ventura Boulevard.

There are approximately 28,484 residents. Real Estate prices have a considerable higher value and desirability “South of the Boulevard” (Ventura Blvd.) Most of Tarzana’s inhabitants live in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains south of Ventura Boulevard. South of Ventura Boulevard also contains two private golf courses: El Caballero Country Club and Braemar Country Club.

North of the Ventura Boulevard, where a smaller portion of the population lives, there are fewer houses and more apartment buildings. Tarzana extends north to Victory Boulevard, encompassing a wide swath of medium-density housing. The Tarzana ZIP codes include: 91335, 91356 and 91357.

Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake

Toluca Lake is located in the southeastern San Fernando Valley straddling the city of Burbank, and North Hollywood, and near the unincorporated county area of Universal City, at the northern base of the Hollywood Hills section of the Santa Monica Mountains.

The area’s historic boundaries were Cahuenga Boulevard, Camarillo Street, Clybourn Avenue, and the Los Angeles River, but have been widened to Vineland between the 170 freeway and the Los Angeles River and it is located between two major film and television production studios, Universal Studios to the south and Warner Bros. to the east. The Santa Monica Mountains surround the area.

The actual lake in Toluca Lake is a 6 acre body of water located near the district’s southeastern boundaries. The historic natural lake was fed by springs of upwelling groundwater from the substantial Los Angeles River and San Fernando Valley subterranean aquifers. Late 19th and 20th century L. A. DWP well extraction and 1930s concrete river channelization lowered the water table, and currently community wells at the lake’s edges maintain the water level. The bottom of the lake is surfaced with four inches of asphalt concrete to prevent seepage. Owned by the surrounding homeowners, the lake has been maintained by the Toluca Lake Property Owners Association, a non-profit corporation established in 1934. The lake, surrounded by private residences and the Lakeside Golf Club, is inaccessible to the public. The Toluca Lake Zip Code is 91602.

Valley Village

Valley Village

“It takes a Village”. Valley Village is a district located in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, north of Studio City, west and south of North Hollywood, and east of Sherman Oaks. Approximately 22,000 residents live within the boundaries of Valley Village, which consists mostly of single family homes and small shops and businesses. Valley Village has a significant Jewish population. The Valley Village Post Office encompasses the 91607 ZIP code.

The community of Valley Village was first formed in 1939. It was originally considered part of North Hollywood. In the 1990s, Valley Village was officially recognized as a separate community by the Los Angeles City Council.

Valley Village is bordered by the Ventura Freeway to the south, the Hollywood Freeway to the east, the Tujunga Wash to the west, and Burbank Boulevard to the north. Zip codes for Valley Village are 91607 and 91617.

Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills

Woodland Hills is a district in the city of Los Angeles, California. Woodland Hills is located in the southwestern area of the San Fernando Valley, east of Calabasas and west of Tarzana, with Warner Center in its northern section. On the north, Woodland Hills is bordered by West Hills, Canoga Park, and Winnetka, and on the south by Topanga and Malibu, California. Some neighborhoods are in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. Running east-west through the community is 101 (Ventura Freeway) and Ventura Boulevard, whose western boundary is at Valley Circle Boulevard in Woodland Hills. Zip codes for Woodland Hills are 91364, 91365, 91367, 91371