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    San Fernando Valley Real Estate

    Are you searching for a new home in the San Fernando Valley? Are you a homeowner and want to sell your house in the Valley? Choose Lydia Gable Realty Group. Lydia Gable has been ranked in the Top 3% of Prudential Realty real estate agents and as 2nd in sale company-wide with high customer satisfaction. She is a member of the National Association of REALTORS®the California Association of REALTORS®, and the Conejo Valley Association of Realtors®. Her experience as a real estate agent is backed up by 15 years of marketing and management experience as the VP of Marketing for Sega America and other senior positions at major retailers including Mattel and Target. When you work with us, you will have all of this experience on your side, in addition to the skill and knowledge of the rest of our team. Whether you are a home buyer or a home seller, we want to help you achieve your goals and to complete the process with a minimum of delay and stress.

    Living in the San Fernando Valley

    The San Fernando Valley, commonly referred to as “The Valley,” is home to more than 1.75 million people. Much of it falls within the boundaries of the City of Los Angeles, though there are several incorporated cities within the valley, including:

    • Burbank
    • Glendale
    • Calabasas
    • Hidden Hills
    • San Fernando

    Several of the areas of the San Fernando Valley that are part of Los Angeles are known by their neighborhood names, such as:

    • Sherman Oaks
    • Universal City
    • Granada Hills
    • Encino
    • North Hollywood
    • Studio City
    • Chatsworth
    • Sylmar
    • Tarzana
    • Woodland Hills

    The communities of the San Fernando Valley run across the spectrum of socio-economic classes, from low-income working-class neighborhoods, primarily in the northern and northeastern areas of the Valley, to wealthy communities with high-end real estate along the northern slopes of the Santa Monica Mountains. Large swaths of the Valley were developed in the post-War housing boom in the middle of the 20th century, with single story homes on relatively small lots in family-friendly neighborhoods, and the area has served as the scene for countless television shows and movies depicting the typical American neighborhood. If you have not yet chosen the area of the Valley where you want to find your new home, we can work with you to explore the area and select the ideal neighborhood for you and your family.

    Schools in the San Fernando Valley

    With the exception of the community of West Hills, the San Fernando Valley falls under the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), a district which is the second-largest in the nation and which includes more than 650 schools. In addition to the public school system, there is a seemingly endless list of private schools ranging from religious to secular and including many that focus on arts-based education and other specialties. Beyond secondary education, students in the San Fernando Valley can matriculate to California State University, Northridge or to one of the many community colleges in the area.

    Parks and Outdoor Living in the San Fernando Valley

    Though it is known nationwide as being part of the urban sprawl of Los Angeles, the San Fernando Valley offers a surprising array of opportunities for outdoor recreation, and thanks to its Southern California climate, it offers these opportunities year-round. There are countless neighborhood parks scattered throughout the Valley, in addition to many large city parks and recreation centers. Furthermore, the hills surrounding the Valley feature many open space areas with trails for hiking, running or mountain biking. With a short drive from home, a San Fernando Valley resident can soon find the peace and quiet of nature, while still being within arm’s reach of all that Los Angeles has to offer as a leading world city. Let us help you find a home where you and your family can build a life in the San Fernando Valley. Contact us now to discuss your needs and to get started!

    Resources for the San Fernando Valley

    Map of the San Fernando Valley
    About the San Fernando Valley
    Los Angeles Times Mapping L.A.: The San Fernando Valley
    San Fernando Valley Historical Society
    Greater San Fernando Valley Chamber of Commerce
    Los Angeles Unified School District
    Weather Conditions in the San Fernando Valley
    San Fernando Valley Current Traffic Conditions