Total YTD Closed Sales Volume Down $62,657,503 in Pacific Palisades

The average closed sales price as of August 27, 2018 for single family homes in Pacific Palisades is $4,651,439, which is $558,428 more than homes were selling during the same period last year.

There are (34) fewer home sales this year versus last year for the same period, January 1st through August 27.

“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” Buddha

Record Sale in Pacific Palisades

  • The record sale in Pacific Palisades this year is $33,850,670 for a property located at 1690 San Remo Drive.
  • The grand manor estate had (7) bedrooms, (13) bathrooms and 15,642 square feet of living space.
  • The price per square foot was $2,164.09 and was on the market a total of 437 days.

Total SFR’s Sold in Pacific Palisades

A total of (8) single-family homes have sold in Pacific Palisades for over $10,000,000 thus far in 2018, with a total closed sales volume of $637,247,439, which is $62,657,503 below the total closed sales volume of $699,904,942 for the same period last year.

 

 

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