South Bay Digs • April 12, 2013

It’s no secret, the South Bay real estate market is heating up and one beach city in particular, Manhattan Beach. Looking at closed sales for Single Family Residences in Manhattan Beach (March 1 – April 1, 2013,) a total of 32 homes sold at an average $52,350 over listing price at an average of 40 days on market. Several homes in the area have sold for multiple six figures over asking price with multiple offers. Where does it go from here?
digs, south bay digs, magazine, issue 58, April 12, 2011

What’s Inside…

Cover Home
Page 30

Majesty Awaits. Cover Photo by Paul Jonason.

Home of the Week
Page 83

Ultimate Modern Elegance.

Publisher’s Muse
Page 30

Manhattan Beach is Hot.

Real Estate Insider
Page 36

Sandra Sanders

Dig This
Page 61


Local People
Page 42

Kerri Walsh.

Looking Back
Page 52

The Mann Home.

Page 90

The Strand.

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