11 Best Los Angeles Realtors to Follow If You Love Beautiful Homes

By Bianca Barragan

Los Angeles has a treasure trove of beautiful architecture, and sometimes the people with the best views of these gems are the ones who help buy, sell, and rent them. LA realtors have access to homes many of us will only ever dream of or gawk at from the street. Luckily, some local agents use Instagram to offer a peek inside these showstoppers.

Some of the best Instagram realtors aren’t just sharing their own listings. They also highlight other noteworthy abodes. Sometimes, they even show off a seemingly random house that deserves a second look. For homebuyers, these accounts can serve as practical resources: Get a feel for what’s on the market, and the best that LA real estate has to offer. They can also be inspirational—or aspirational.

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J Parker Stanton

LA is great, but part of its appeal is it’s proximity to other awesome places, including Palm Springs and Joshua Tree. Stanton highlights a lot of cool homes in LA, but also shines a light on the desert, allowing for an added layer of escapism to the already daydreamy act of looking at sublime homes on the internet.

Historic Real Estate LA

The handle says it all: come here to ogle classically cool, timeless homes, from Craftsman bungalows to Art Deco duplexes to midcentury modern knockouts—and so many bathrooms with original, brilliantly colorful tile!

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