Manhattan Beach Real Estate Sets New Dollar Volume RecordDec 01, 2020 03:33PM ● By Dig Mb Staff
"What is absolutely remarkable about this year's huge upswing is that earlier parts of 2020 also saw huge drops in annualized sales volume," said Fratello. "Sales volume dipped to 'only' $1.862 billion in June 2020, a range more typical of 4 or 5 years ago. The June 2020 figure was $120 million below the lowest 12-month figure of 2018-2019, and lower than every 12-month figure for 2017."
Given the depths of the March/April shutdown, it was hard to imagine that a record high might be possible, added Fratello. "In order to set this record, Manhattan Beach real estate had to make a remarkable, hockey-stick bounceback to bring us to this new record today."
The prior high point for dollar volume was back in Feb. 2018, when a peak of $2.473 billion was hit.
MB Confidential predicted this possible "hockey stick bounceback" in September in the blog post Dollar Volume Rockets Amid Jump in New Deals.
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