Category: Hermosa Beach

Category: Hermosa Beach

November Home Sales in Redondo Beach
January 5, 2018 Communities,Hawthorne,Hermosa Beach,Hermosa Beach,Hollywood Riviera,Homes,Manhattan Beach,North Redondo Beach,Redondo Beach,South Redondo Beach Keith Kyle

Redondo Beach CA saw yet another strong month in home sale and home prices in November of 2017 with 79 homes sales at a median home price of $955,000.  This was well over the November of 2016 median price of $900,000 but well below the numbers for October 2017 which saw an impressive median price of
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Hermosa Beach Pending Home Sales Reach 5 Year High
Image July 17, 2013 Hermosa Beach,Market Trends,Market Update Keith Kyle

Hermosa Beach has long been one of the more sought after coastal communities with demand for homes in the small beach community always high. Recent market conditions have created an even greater demand as inventory of active home listings has continued to decline while the few homes available quickly go into escrow. The 31 homes
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May 2013 Home Sales and Active MLS Listings for the Beach Cities
Image June 7, 2013 Golden Hills,Hermosa Beach,Hermosa Beach,Hollywood Riviera,Manhattan Beach,Manhattan Beach,Manhattan Village,Market Trends,Market Update,North Redondo Beach,North Redondo Beach,Rancho Palos Verdes,South Redondo Beach,Torrance Keith Kyle

May 2013 was a big month for both the number of home sales and prices in the cities of Manhattan Beach, Hermosa, Redondo Beach and El Segundo. Both the number of sales and home prices were on the rise. The chart below paints a pretty clear picture that the number of homes for sale, as
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Want to Know Why You Can’t Find a South Bay Home?
January 10, 2013 Communities,El Camino Village,Fusion South Bay,Golden Hills,Hermosa Beach,Hollywood Riviera,Manhattan Beach,Market Trends,North Redondo Beach,Rancho Palos Verdes,South Redondo Beach,Torrance Keith Kyle

If you’re like many South Bay home buyers, you’re probably experiencing the frustration that so many others are….there are no homes to buy.  With this incredibly low inventory the few homes that do come on the market don’t last more than a few days and often sell for prices that would have been a major
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