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The new year is just beginning, and the early trends of 2020 will start to reveal themselves in the next couple of weeks. This week I wanted to give a broad-brush stroke of the Palos Verdes Hill. If you read last week’s blog, you know that South Bay median prices are down year-over-year. In case you missed it, you can read the past blog here. Also, a few months ago I wrote a blog post titled, “Palos Verdes Luxury Property: Years to Sell & Huge Discounts,” so for those who read that blog, you would know that many Palos Verdes luxury properties are having a tough time selling. To reiterate last week’s information, when you split
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The Palos Verdes Peninsula luxury real estate market typically moves slower when compared to the Beach Cities these days. Farther removed from major economic centers like Downtown L.A., Santa Monica, the Miracle Mile, and Silicon Beach, the pool of wealthy buyers is smaller in Palos Verdes than areas like Manhattan Beach, Beverly Hills, or Brentwood, to name a few. That said, the past couple years for luxury sales has slowed for Sellers on the Palos Verdes Hill. In “boom” years like 2014 and 2015, the Palos Verdes Peninsula had home sales of $6 million or above much more frequently, with 12 sales and 13 sales respectively. Most notable was in 2015 when those 13 sales of
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It is obvious that South Bay homes are expensive. It is even more obvious that South Bay homes with ocean views are outrageously expensive. View Homes and Price Per Square Foot If you want a view in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, or a home on Redondo Beach’s famous Esplanade, be prepared to pay well over $1,000 a square foot for these coveted properties. As you head up into the Palos Verdes Peninsula, you start to find view homes where the price per square foot (PPSF) starts to ease. For example, lower Malaga Cove has had some offerings that feel like a bargain compared to the Beach Cities. Take a look at some recent sales for instance…
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Some of the most desirable real estate in all of the South Bay, maybe even all of Los Angeles County, exists atop the Palos Verdes (P.V.) bluffs. The combination of privacy, big views, and the sound of waves crashing is virtually unmatched in Southern California. A majority of these bluff top homes are located in Lunada Bay. That said, Malaga Cove, West Palos Verdes, and even the Palos Verdes (P.V.) Drive South areas have a few fabulous bluff properties to offer from time to time. 2017 Bluff Sales Probably the most fruitful year of recent memory for bluff sales was 2017. The old Toyota Motor Sales home that had been owned by the company since 1988
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