A Los Angeles native, David Hernandez continues to play an integral role in the renaissance of the Downtown Los Angeles and Downtown Long Beach residential real estate markets. A passionate advocate for - and expert in - urban and vertical living with a focus on city, industrial and loft properties, Hernandez has worked with some of the top brokerages in Los Angeles, including the John Aaroe Group and Keller Williams. Now aligned with the game-changers at Nook Real Estate, Hernandez is extending his real estate practice to reach even more urban-minded consumers with Nook’s advanced web- and app-based platforms that allow buyers and sellers to search not only by neighborhood, but also by architectural style (Search With Style®). In addition to his proven track record for delivering unsurpassed market intelligence, client service and results, Hernandez also applies an extensive background in Information Technology to his successful practice, leveraging the power of Nook’s state-of-the-art digital tools, industry-best lead generation and social media marketing to achieve impressive results for his clients. Hernandez currently resides in Cerritos with his family. A bit more about David Hernandez, in his own words:Q: What's your favorite room in your house and why?A: The dining room is my favorite space. It’s a place where I can sit with family and friends to talk and eat. It is the most interactive and collaborative space in our home, and where some of the best ideas are born.Q: If you could change one thing about how real estate is transacted today, what would it be and why?A: Especially in a competitive market where I earned my chops – like Downtown LA – I would love to see more collaboration between agents. I believe that it’s in the best interests of clients, and the community, when we all work together.Q: What is your favorite neighborhood in LA and why?A: I’m most passionate about metropolitan/urban neighborhoods like Downtown LA and Long Beach. It’s great to see people walking, eating and constantly interacting, and I love the storied architecture of the old buildings in those areas.Q: What's your fondest memory of your childhood home?A: I grew up across the street from my school and park. I loved growing up and playing outside all day with neighborhood kids. I hope to create that type of environment for my family as well.