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The Silver Spur sub-market on the Palos Verdes Hill has been a long time hidden gem with amazing affordability and top-notch schools. Over the past decade, the area has been known for three- and four-bedroom starter homes around 1,800 square feet offering incredible value for first-time home buyers. Pair that with one of the best locations to get on and off The Hill (or deeper into the The Hill), this sub-market is slowly making a name for itself. See more about the area in our Silver Spur neighborhood profile here. Median Price Homes After the Great Recession, the Silver Spur sub-market median price was well below $1 million. Even up until 2015, the trailing 12-month median
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August in the South Bay tends to be a slower month for real estate. During this slow time, I thought it would be beneficial to examine different home offerings under $1 million. Palos Verdes Peninsula This may surprise some readers, but Palos Verdes does in fact have inventory under $1 million. Most of these listings exist in Rancho Palos Verdes on the east side of The Hill. Asking $1 million on the dot, 5320 Ironwood Street is located in the popular Silver Spur area. This home can certainly be had under that $1 million price tag if you are looking for a fixer in a great school district. You will not find single-family homes under $1
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Every year around this time I like to write about undervalued areas in the South Bay. There is no substantial evidence as to why these areas are undervalued. This blog post is just an active real estate agent making a gut call on areas that are lagging the rest of the market or are just plain cheap. If you want to test my gut feelings, I will recap my blog post from last year on what areas offered value. For reference, check out last year’s value area blog here and also the recap of 2016 here. Value for 2018 Finding value in the Beach Cities and Palos Verdes has proven to be difficult this year. Most sub-markets
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With the summer in full swing, the market gets a little sleepy as people go on vacation before school starts and the warm weather begins to fade. This week I am going to focus on Palos Verdes because it still the best bang for your buck (in my opinion) based on price per square foot, lot size, parking, and amazing public schools relative to the beach cities. The market is large, not as efficient as the Redondo, Hermosa, and Manhattan Beach, and has old homes needing work which presents a whole world of opportunity. 26411 Dunwood Road in Rolling Hills Estates It is rare to find a single-family home under $1 million on The Hill. It
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