About Jennifer
In the competitive world of high-end L.A. real estate, Jennifer Petsu provides a dynamic advantage to buyers and sellers, due to her experience, integrity and high degree of accountability. A top-producing luxury specialist, Jennifer's boutique approach to real estate ensures that her clients receive the ultimate in professional expertise and personalized service throughout the entire transaction.

Jennifer is known for her extensive market knowledge of the L.A. neighborhood Silicon Beach, which has become one of the world's top tech locales, hosting media and tech titans such as Google and Facebook. Her specialty areas include Playa Vista, Culver City, Venice, Marina del Rey, Mar Vista, and surrounding areas in West Los Angeles.

Jennifer honed her keen eye for architecture and design while studying at The Art Institute of Chicago. Billion-dollar developer Brookfield Residential took note and selected Jennifer to be the exclusive agent for The Collection, Everly and Marlowe in Playa Vista. She has also listed the first luxury homes at Encore by Taylor Morrison which will be the last community to be built in Playa Vista. Jennifer has a background in mortgage banking and entrepreneurship, running her own socially conscious clothing company that was featured by ABC News, Redbook and USA Today. The company, Mirror Me Esteem-wear, was dedicated to the self-esteem and empowerment of young girls and women.

Jennifer spends her free time with her family and helping out LAUSD schools by funding important programs. She fully funded the music program at Beethoven Elementary in Mar Vista, CA for 2019-20. Previously she funded the art program, Art in Action, at Broadway Elementary in Venice, CA. She has also volunteered as an art teacher for Art in Action, created and taught Empathy classes as well. These programs provide many benefits, including building empathy and self-esteem among children. This year her focus has been reducing plastic use and helping to promote cleaning up our beaches as well as finding ways to contribute to communities greatly affected by the COVID pandemic.

Jennifer Petsu