South Bay Digs • July 7, 2011

Our feature story on local Dennis Jarvis, owner of Spyder Surfboards in Hermosa Beach epitomizes the definition. South Bay Digs Magazine had the opportunity to hang out with Dennis and learn what it was like growing up a local surf hero in the South Bay, starting a famous surfboard company, and what it takes to keep it real.
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What’s Inside…


On The Cover
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Sensational Triplex with Colossal Ocean Views from Three Levels only Two Block to the Sand in Manhattan Beach. Offered by John Corrales, NW Real Estate Brokers. Photography: Paul Jonason. www.pauljonason.com.

Home of the Week
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The Ultimate Contemporary on the Sand. 3001 The Strand, Hermosa Beach. Offered by Matt Morris, Matt Morris Development & Shorewood.

Publisher’s Muse
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Authentic.

Palos Verdes Trails
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Since opening Spyder Surfboards in 1983, Dennis Jarvis built his thriving business into a surf empire. Spend time with him, as South Bay Digs was lucky enough to do, and you’ll definitely feel his wisdom. Photography: Paul Jonason. www.pauljonason.com.

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South Bay Digs • April 24, 2015

Nearly a decade since the start of the foreclosure crisis, formerly distressed homeowners with restored credit are re-entering the housing market, boosting housing demand in the coming years, according to a recent report from the National Association of Realtors. NAR analyzed the nearly 9.3 million homeowners that underwent a foreclosure, received a deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, or short sold between 2006 and 2014 to estimate the amount of creditworthy borrowers expected to re-enter the housing market as a return buyer in upcoming years.