THE HOLLYWOOD HOME

SoCal Magazine is pleased to welcome the Hollywood Home as our newest contributor. The driving force behind the Hollywood Home blog is Jacqueline Tager, one of Los Angeles’s premier real estate agents with Sotheby’s International Realty .

Jacqueline is in the top 1 percent of NRT’s Sales Associates nationwide. She transitioned to the LA Real Estate scene from a successful film industry career. As a former Film & Music Editor, she worked on such notable films as Forrest Gump, Back to the Future, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Cast Away, and many more. After a lifelong love affair with architecture and design, she became a full time real estate agent in 2005. She is known for treating her listings like her film projects: creatively, carefully, and precisely. Her insightful attention to detail has made her extraordinarily successful in a record amount of time.

As a long time Hollywood Hills resident, Jacqueline is extremely knowledgeable about LA’s neighborhoods and lifestyles. Calm, patient, and diplomatic, she’s a talented negotiator with a subtle, yet persuasive communication style that results in successful and profitable transactions. She is the trusted advocate you want on your side. Jacqueline’s Los Angeles marketing expertise led her listings to be profiled in a multitude of publications such as The Hollywood Reporter, Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Billboard, and Variety. She has an extensive portfolio of satisfied clients. While the majority of her business is repeat and referral based, she loves meeting new clients and is always happy to help with all of your real estate needs.

SoCal Neighborhoods

Home to one, if not the, most famous zip codes in the U.S., Beverly Hills has long been the gold standard for modern luxury, celebrity, and exclusivity. While many neighborhoods in Los Angeles can be just as fabulous, 90210 will always be known for its glamorous shopping, A-list residents, and as the home to truly delectable cuisines at culinary institutions like Mr. Chow, Spago, Cut, Urasawa, and many more.
Echo Park Lake now acts as the central hub of this East side neighborhood, North of downtown and South of Silver Lake. Reopened in 2013 after a two year remodel, the lake is a wonderful place to meet up friends, go paddle boating, grab lunch at the boat house, jog, catch a yoga class, or read a book on a bench alone. The possibilities are endless in Echo Park.
Hancock Park is one of Los Angeles’s most exclusive and affluent neighborhoods. Located centrally between downtown and the beach, Hancock Park is a favorite of many. Built around the grounds of a private golf club, Hancock Park has one of the lowest population densities in the county.Echo Park Lake now acts as the central hub of this East side neighborhood, North of downtown and South of Silver Lake. Reopened in 2013 after a two year remodel, the lake is a wonderful place to meet up friends, go paddle boating, grab lunch at the boat house, jog, catch a yoga class, or read a book on a bench alone. The possibilities are endless in Echo Park.

 

Much of 1960s and 1970s American music was written by residents of —including Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, Chris Hillman, Roger McGuinn, J. D. Souther, Judee Sill, the Mamas and the Papas, Carole King, the Eagles, and many more.
Los Feliz is my second home. Whether I’m hiking in Griffith Park, buying a book at Skylight, visiting friends for a barbecue, having a cocktail at The Dresden, dinner at Little Dom’s, or, you know, working at the Sotheby’s Los Feliz office, Los Feliz is my home away from home. I love it here and you will too.
As a community that was born out of the entertainment industry, Studio City is often called as the “Jewel of the Valley.” After spending some time here it’s not hard to see why. The neighborhood attracts actors, musicians, writers, and studio executives.
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