The number of home sales in Manhattan Beach was really starting to increase during the first few months of 2020. The red line below shows pending sales and it’s hard not to notice the decline into December and then the sharp turnaround in 2020. It’s hard to imagine that the impacts of Corona virus won’t temper that considerably but only time will tell home much of an impact it will actually have. The chart below offers a snapshot of the Manhattan Beach real estate market over the past 15 months. The light green bar shows active listings, the dark green is sold homes per month and the red line is the pending home sales. View all of the recent Manhattan Beach real estate trends and statistics.
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Keith Kyle is a top producing realtor with South Bay Brokers in Manhattan Beach CA and a longtime resident of Hermosa Beach. Keith works with both buyers and sellers in the South Bay and Beach Cities.
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