South Bay Listings

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RanchPalos Verdes is a very happy place to live, especially for those searching for the right horse property. This area is full of great places for riding and you can even have that perfect place in your backyard. With many horse properties for sale in Palos Verdes, it won't be hard to find a great property to accommodate your needs.

This active horse community includes many pony camps, trail rides, show barns and so much more. The community is built for the equestrian life and provides plenty of happiness for horse lovers. A non-profit equestrian facility provides a great place for developmentally and physically challenged adults to enjoy equestrian therapy. This facility is called Ride to Fly.

Moving to the area means you can enjoy horses even more

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Before you purchase your new home in South Bay, you need to understand the steps necessary in this process. From the decision to the actual purchase, this can be a confusing process. Here are the steps a normal buyer will take before they make their home purchase.

1. Make the Decision to Buy

You have many decisions from renting a home to buying on contract or purchasing a condominium. The first thing you must do before purchasing a home is actually make the decision to buy. You need to make sure you understand the down payment necessary, your credit and how much home you can afford before you complete this decision.

2. Find an Agent

It's best if you find an agent to help you through the process of buying a home. A good agent will educate you about

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Pocket ListingsOver the past few years the term "pocket listing" has become a commonly heard phrase. In a low inventory environment, it's certainly a popular option for quietly placing a home on the market. Pocket Listings are known as "off-market" listings that a seller and agent keep tucked away in their pocket. Historically these listings were seen as an exclusive commodity typical for high profile people and very luxurious homes. This way, the property could be marketed on the quiet side and was passed under the radar.

Today there are more people looking for homes than there are homes for sale in the South Bay. So when a great location comes on the market, it is immediately seen by hundreds of buyers and inevitably it is off the market as soon as it arrived. Such

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A large part of getting the most out of your home for sale is staying out of legal trouble. Here are 10 of the most common mistakes home sellers can make:

1. Accepting the highest offer without taking into consideration the other terms.
2. Not properly handling multiple offer situations with multiple buyers.
3. Not properly handling offers in backup position.
4. Accepting an offer with too small of an earnest money deposit or none at all.
5. Failure to disclose known material facts that could affect the value of the property.
6. Not providing the buyer with other legally required disclosures (such as Lead-based Paint or Natural Hazard Disclosures).
7. Accepting the buyer's offer before completely verifying the buyer's ability to obtain financing.
8. Not

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I’m going to let you in on a little secret – one my wife let me in on a long time ago – South Redondo Beach is the best-kept secret in Los Angeles. With palm tree-lined streets, beautiful beaches, amazing restaurants, stunning sunsets, plenty of free parking and lots of great homes, living in South Redondo Beach is like being on a vacation 365 days a year.

Today’s focus: condos in South Redondo Beach

As a local I’m a bit biased, but 67,000 residents also agree that South Redondo Beach is a great place to live. There are lots of options including single-family homes, townhomes and condos. Today I previewed a few condos for you and below in no particular order are 3 high-level run-downs on just a few. If you have any questions or would like to see one

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