I love Autumn. October Baseball, College Football, kids soccer, warm afternoons but cooler mornings, and lately some awesome sunsets. But in terms of real estate, this year feels more like Fall than years past. That’s because prices are falling. What does this mean if you are a seller or a buyer in the local housing […]
How did the market do for the 3rd Quarter 2018 compared to 2017? In short, things are changing, but it’s still a great market, and buyers should have more opportunities in the next 3-6 months to buy a home.
This week I talk about the South Bay real estate market above $6,000,000. I don’t want to spoil your enjoyment of the video, but from Manhattan to PV, the high end is slower this year compared to last. Last year there were 22 sales year to date over $6m, where this year there have only […]
We sat down with Interior Designer Kate Lester of Kate Lester Interiors to get the scoop on what’s trending in home design and get some tips for our readers looking to do some updating this summer…. Q: What’s your favorite trend in home design for 2018? KL: I am not super in to following trends […]
In my last blog post I pointed out how pending sales have dropped across the South Bay and Palos Verdes. Today I discuss some potential reasons why and dig into the numbers in some of the individual cities….
The May South Bay Real Estate Market numbers are in and it’s mostly in line with expectations for what should be the busiest seasonal selling time of the year. Why is this time of year busy when we are living in a virtual endless summer? Since most sales involve families with kids in school moving […]
It’s late spring and the beginning of the “summer selling season” for real estate. Instead of a bunch of flowery talk about how great everything is about local real estate, I’m going to go out on a limb and dare to be more realistic than perpetually optimistic. The local real estate market is setting up for […]
What’s Hot and What’s Not in the South Bay and Palos Verdes Real Estate Market? Tune in and find out!
Today we take the 10,000 foot view of the real estate market in Los Angeles. The numbers compared to 2017 are mixed and despite rising interest rates, the market remains resilient.