Specializing in Burbank, Glendale, Hollywood Hills, Toluca Lake and surroundings. Client centered philosophy with a commitment to high standards and a dedicated focus on each client's goals.
Get to know Ana Connell
Welcome to Burbank Real Estate!
Whether you are thinking about selling your house or buying a home, the process involves many levels of planning and expertise.
You need someone who not only listens to your needs but has excellent knowledge of market trends, technology, and communicates with you frequently via phone, email or face to face personal meetings.You need a real estate professional who understands your expectations and can deliver excellent service.
As your Burbank realtor my goal is to work with you and provide you with a real estate experience that includes frequent communication and as well as access to thousands of listings throughout Burbank and the San Fernando Valley. My extensive knowledge of the neighborhoods and properties in the Burbank, Toluca Lake, Glendale, North Hollywood and Studio City areas adds a unique dimension.
I am a licensed real estate agent and have lived in Burbank for 15 years and within the San Fernando Valley for 33 years.
The Burbank/Toluca Lake area is a great place to call home with many excellent amenities! Please visit Burbank Real Estate Report, for important San Fernando Valley housing news, and Burbank Real Estate Blog for timely posts on real estate and valuable city programs.
Don't forget to view my resume at myburbankrealestate.com!
Ana Connell's Blog Posts
Griffith Park-4210 acres of great hiking trails, parkland which includes theLos Angeles Zoo, Griffith Observatory, Autry National Center, Greek Theater, Travel Town, Los Angeles Equestrian Center and many more interesting attractions
Falcon Theatre-great, intimate venue for top quality theater productions!
Starlight Bowl - fun venue to enjoy outdoor concerts with the kids during the summer months.
Hollywood Bowl -Amazing outdoor concerts that include everything from classical to latin jazz!
Campo De Cahuenga -This site is where the Treaty of Cahuenga was signed in 1847. Although small and only open on Saturdays, this park has some very interesting history about the conflict between the United States and Mexico. Universal City stop off the Metro Red Line Subway!
Universal Studios -Enjoy the theme park or visit Universal City Walk which is full of restaurants, shops and movie theaters.
NoHo Arts District - Arty area full of theaters, galleries and restaurants, very up and coming. NoHo Stop off the Metro Red Line Subway! Lots of housing, close to subway station!