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Multigenerational Housing in Long Beach

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Multigenerational housing in Long Beach and other areas is coming back in a big way. Multi-unit properties and single family homes as well as condos in Long Beach are being purchased by parents and their children together. We are also seeing siblings and other extended family members join together to purchase properties, which can help with affordability as prices continue to …


Long Beach Real Estate Market Update December 2015

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* Home Prices and Other Long Beach Real Estate Statistics * The median price for homes in Long Beach increased slightly last month, rising to $536,000, which is 8.3% higher than November 2014 but still below its peak in June. The price per square foot as of last month was 9.5% higher than a year ago, but down from the …

150 The Promenade, Long Beach CA

150 The Promenade N. #415

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SOLD! Insulated from the downtown hubbub with double-paned windows and solidly built walls, you can choose to chill out on the large balcony and gaze at city lights and iconic architecture or put on your party pants and head out on foot to grab five-star food and lavish libations all within your city block. Built in 2008, beautiful condo in the …

Even in a Seller’s Market, Not All Homes Sell

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Even in a seller’s market, NOT all homes sell, and the ones that do sell don’t all sell for top dollar. Last month, the average percent of list price received by Long Beach sellers was 100.4 percent of list price, compared to 97.4 percent the previous June, according to figures from the Multiple Listing Service (MLS). We had one listing …