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There are new buyer in town in search of a home priced under $1,400,000. Their wish list includes four bedrooms, view, yard and a pool would be nice. All this wrapped up in a lovely remodeled two-story home would be perfect. Unfortunately, with the limited inventory available in Palos Verdes, this is easier wished for than granted.
Yesterday’s viewing agenda yielded no urge to place pen to contract, so today we will broaden our horizons and venture into the Beach Cities of the South Bay. The prospects are limited, but we want to leave no potential door unlocked. Sometimes seeing what you don’t want helps solidify what you really must have and what you can live without.
I suppose I have this fairy godmother streak in me–I enjoy helping people make their dreams come true. In order to continue this fulfilling endeavor I need a little help from homeowners with the desire to sell their home. Sellers, if the little seed of selling is beginning to sprout, now is the time to call your agent (or me if you don’t have one) and discuss the housing market surge of the summer of 2012. It’s real and it’s here now.
How long will it stay? Markets are fickle. They can change overnight. One thing I’m certain of is sales are up and demand is strong–both good indications of increased stability and strength in the Palos Verdes and South Bay housing markets.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]