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My clients tend to have two main complaints about their experience with other Realtors. The first major complaint is that their calls weren't returned so therefore they felt ignored, not important. The second biggest complaint is that when they could get a hold of their South Bay Realtor, he or she didn't really listen to their wants and needs.

Many home sellers and buyers seem to be discouraged by poor or lack of communication and they lose faith in their Realtors and the real estate process. This is why it is essential that home buyers and sellers do their homework and find a South Bay real estate agent that is accessible and keeps communication flowing at all times.

Working with the Right South Bay Real Estate Agent

When trying to find the

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California's South Bay is one of the most desirable places in the country to call home. The South Bay area has a number of well-loved beach communities as well as many charming neighborhoods just miles from the coast. From cozy, modest homes to some of the LA area's finest mansions, South Bay real estate has it all.

About the South Bay

The South Bay is made up of Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, and Hermosa Beach as well as inland communities like Palos Verdes, Torrance, Carson, and Rolling Hills. The area is known for being one of the most culturally diverse areas in the country as well as home to two of the wealthiest communities in America – Manhattan Beach and the Palos Verdes peninsula.

Here all sorts of people come together to enjoy the

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After helping Joe overcome many roadblocks and hurdles, we were able to close escrow and hand him the keys to his new home. Here's another great testimonial for Greg Geilman and South Bay Real Estate.

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Listing homes for sale in Redondo Beach, CA (or anywhere really!) can appear a complex process because there are many variables to consider.

COMPS (Comparables)

Most agents look at the comps (Comparable Sales) to set the price. That’s the most logical place to start as those properties were recently sold and have amenities similar to yours: (same number of bedrooms, bathrooms, square-footage and condition).


To get the best indication of the appropriate price range for your property, go back three months. Depending on where your real estate in California is built, there may not be enough recent sales data to support a strong opinion. If so, then we will need to look back 120 or even 180 days.


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Helping Marci buy her South Bay home had it's challenges, for sure. After discovering mold and compromised siding on the house, we were able to negotiate a $20,000 credit from the seller to remediate and replace it. We just kept plugging along and stayed on track. Here's another great video testimonial for Greg Geilman and South Bay Real Estate.

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