|California Association of REALTORS®|
The statewide trade association for California – dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate.
|California Bureau of Real Estate|
The mission of the California Bureau of Real Estate is to safeguard and promote the public interests in REAL ESTATE MATTERS through licensure, regulation, education and enforcement.
|Los Angeles County Business Federation|
The Los Angeles County Business Federation charter is to effectively mobilize the collective - and cooperative - voice and volume of all the existing advocacy organizations, trade groups and economic development organizations, representing tens of thousands of businesses across every corner of our County, on business and policy issues that affect the economic vitality and quality of life in our county and its cities.
|Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center|
Housing.LACounty.gov, the Los Angeles County Housing Resource Center, was created to help people list and find affordable, special-needs, accessible, and emergency housing within the County of Los Angeles. This web-based service, supported by a toll-free call center, provides information for the general public as well as for housing professionals seeking vital resources for their clients.
|Los Angeles Housing Department|
The Los Angeles Housing Department is charged with the development of citywide housing policy and supporting safe and livable neighborhoods through the promotion, development and preservation of decent and affordable housing.
|Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils|
Many Los Angelenos are looking for ways to make a difference in their communities on the issues they care about most: crime, roads and streets, gangs and the economy. Neighborhood Council participants are empowered to advocate directly for real change in their communities. These Councils consist of residents, business owners, and property owners.
|National Association of REALTORS®|
The National Association of REALTORS®, The Voice for Real Estate®, is America’s largest trade association, representing over 1 million members involved in the residential and commercial real estate industries.
|Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce|
The Chamber strives to promote and support local businesses by committing itself to its members. The Chamber serves as a proactive advocate for issues that impact the business community.
|The City of Los Angeles|
Providing information on City Government, for residents and businesses, visitors, and job seekers. Also, find helpful resources to City services and events.
|The City of Santa Clarita|
A City that CNN Money Magazine calls “one of the best places to live in California.” With 200,000 residents and 6,000 business owners, the City of Santa Clarita offers award-winning schools, special events, parks, extensive trail systems, and arts, cultural, and recreation programs.
|The Valley Economic Alliance|
Conceived in 1994 in response to the 1994 Northridge earthquake, The Valley Economic Alliance has grown to become the premier partnership of business leaders and government and the best source for connecting San Fernando Valley businesses, workers, and residents with resources that can improve their individual economic conditions and those of our five-city region.
The Valley Economic Alliance is a private, non-profit economic development and marketing corporation that works with public and private stakeholders to grow and sustain the economic base of the San Fernando Valley. Our vision, focused on your success, is “Connecting Businesses to the Resources and Leadership of the San Fernando Valley”
|United Chambers of the San Fernando Valley|
United Chambers of the San Fernando Valley and Region is a coalition of 32 business organizations including twenty member chambers, representing over 21,000 businesses that provide over 387,000 jobs.