Bryan Castaneda

An L.A. native with nearly 20 years of industry experience, Bryan is proud to count himself among the most successful real estate agents in the city.

Specializing in West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Westwood, and New York City, Bryan’s clientele consists of numerous entertainers, athletes, investors, and high-net-worth individuals from all over the world. Offering VIP treatment and coast to coast service with the utmost discretion, Bryan’s personable nature, combined with his unique sense of humor and passion for real estate, have allowed him to build and maintain strong relationships and a business based heavily on referrals and repeat clients.

Hailing from a real estate family, Bryan’s expert negotiation skills and experience in all areas of the industry make him an asset to a sophisticated set of buyers and sellers across Los Angeles. An invaluable resource for a wide range of clients, from first time homebuyers to individuals looking to expand their real estate portfolios, Bryan’s extensive real estate knowledge, development experience, and ability to understand his clients’ needs allow him to consistently surpass their expectations.

When he’s not serving his clients in real estate, Bryan enjoys spending time with his kids, traveling, trying new restaurants, and volunteering as the drummer in his church’s band.

License Info:
CA01309833
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22151 Rayen Street 91304 SL17-05731

Welcome home. This beautiful home is not only a smart home, but also turnkey ready. It has expansive decking and patios. The lot is well maintained. It is located on a quiet, tree-lined cul-de-sac. This home has a master suite with dual sinks, walk-in close...

6 Citadel #207 92656 LL18-07681

Welcome to this light and bright condominium located in the heart of Aliso Viejo. Completely remodeled with extraordinary finishes and a spacious open floor plan that makes this residence ideal for entertaining guests and hosting lavish gatherings. The kitc...

My Sold Listings

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