Beach Cities Real Estate Slowing

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By Carl Clark The sellers’ market has peaked for the Beach Cities. If you’ve been waiting for the “top of the market” before listing — this is it! Real estate is the quintessential example of the law of supply and demand. Ideally there would be one buyer for every seller in the market. That way […]

Home-sales-per-household ratio remains flat despite inventory concerns

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The following article is reprinted from first tuesday journal, and was written by Carrie B. Reyes.  We seldom reprint entire articles, however this contains a unique interpretation of statistics worthy of being widely distributed.  Our thanks to first tuesday journal and Ms. Reyes. On a monthly basis, 2.9 homes sold per 1,000 households at the […]

Climate Change Beach Warning

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For several years we have been hearing about rising sea levels and the loss of oceanfront land as a result. Living at the beach, we’re obviously concerned about the flooding potential for multi-million dollar Strand properties, our local harbors, and Catalina Island. To our surprise and delight, the rising ocean levels have both negative and […]