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Now that spring is officially upon us, the South Bay real estate market will begin to heat up over the next few months. So before the official rush of spring selling season begins, I thought I would touch on some intriguing South Bay listings under $1 million. Hermosa Beach 1202 20th Place 3 bed, 1 bath, 1,176 sq. ft., single-family home Asking: $965,000 Finding a single-family home under $1 million in Hermosa Beach is almost impossible. This fixer property was recently cut just below $1 million, and if you are a shrewd negotiator, you might be able to get it even lower! This property has a chance to be one of the lowest 2,500 square foot
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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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Golden Hills Redondo Beach Golden Hills homes are hot! I didn’t even have time to write a blog about my gorgeous remodeled listing on Steinhart Avenue because it was gone in a week…with multiple offers…over asking. These homes are flying off the shelves. In the last six months “tall and skinny” homes, more specifically in the northern part of Golden Hills, have averaged just about 14 days on market…that’s nuts! There have been 21 sales, and of those sales, 15 have sold over asking price. Like I said, this market is hot. But is it hot enough to make a quick sale on busy Ford Avenue? Ford Avenue Listings During the past six months there has
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North Redondo Beach It is no secret that North Redondo Beach real estate has skyrocketed over the last few years. In past blog posts, I have referenced countless sub-markets and asset types gaining big value in North Redondo. Improving school districts, easy commute to greater Los Angeles, and affordability, has attracted home buyers with willingness to pay more and more to get into this area. The Golden Hills sub-market, known for its “tall and skinny” homes, is popular for access to the fabulous Jefferson Elementary School. Last year, I wrote a blog post about new construction prices surging in a small sub-market within the Golden Hills area. This area bucks the trend of all tall and
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In honor of this past Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and my latest Instagram video post on @richardhaynesrealestate, I thought it would be appropriate to write about a local South Bay “deal of the week.” I don’t usually write a “deal of the week” post as it puts our buying clients at a disadvantage. That being said, there are a few properties in the South Bay that are even better deals than the one I will be writing about today…but I will reserve those for my current clients. The Deal 1410 Goodman Avenue in North Redondo Beach. Listed at $879,000 A legal duplex in Golden Hills Livable square feet of 1,110 A 2-bedroom unit and a 1-bedroom
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North Redondo North Redondo real estate has had a great run over the last few years and 2017 has been no exception. Located directly east of Hermosa and Manhattan Beach, north Redondo really hangs its hat on being one of the most affordable sections of the Beach Cities. It has become more desirable than ever as a result of rising school rankings, short drive to the beach, and an easy commute to the 405 and beyond. Golden Hills Sub-Market Golden Hills is a sub-market of north Redondo known for its hilly streets and “tall and skinny” homes set on smaller 2,500 sq. ft. lots. There is a small pocket of Golden Hills, however, that deviates from
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