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Post-Pandemic Manhattan Beach Home Sales Rocket Upward

May 13, 2021 04:47PM ● By Dig Mb Staff

Source: Manhattan Beach Confidential

Post-pandemic Manhattan Beach home sales are soaring. (We can call it post-pandemic now, right?)

According to data collected by the local real estate blog Manhattan Beach Confidential, far more home sales have closed in the 12-month period ending April 30 than at any other point since 2007.

A whopping total of 483 home sales closed in Manhattan Beach between May 1, 2020 and April 30, 2021.

That's the highest total in recent memory, according to Dave Fratello, broker at Edge Real Estate Agency and author of Manhattan Beach Confidential.

"To find a figure higher than the current 483 sales in 12 months, we had to go all the way back into 2006-07, a frenzied period that also happened to be the end of the early-aughts bull market," said Fratello. 

Even more incredibly, the May 2020/April 2021 year-over-year total includes some slow months early in the pandemic, which means that the current pace is even hotter. 

"Since we are right in the middle of the spring market now, it'll be no surprise if the May and June figures also carve out new peaks," said Fratello.

Perhaps not surprisingly, April also saw more new escrows opened than in any recent year. With 51 new deals inked within the month, this year narrowly beat out 2019's surprisingly strong figure of 49.


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For the latest pending/sold reports and massive amounts of additional local real estate data, visit MB Confidential's data page. For an up-to-the-minute scorecard on new listings, new escrows, new closed deals, and new price cuts, visit the Manhattan Beach Confidential Dashboard.

Additionally, for more insights into the market, to inquire about buying or selling properties, or to learn more about off-market inventory, contact Dave Fratello by email, or call (310) 243-6299.



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