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Real Estate

Recent home sales, listings and foreclosures.
Open Houses in Manhattan Beach This Weekend

Open Houses in Manhattan Beach This Weekend

Shopping for a new home? Wanna see some beautiful properties?
Americans Think This Purchase Is the Best Investment – Why They're Wrong

Americans Think This Purchase Is the Best Investment – Why They're Wrong

Are you doing the right thing with your real estate investments?
Los Angeles Laker Is Manhattan Beach Resident Now

Los Angeles Laker Is Manhattan Beach Resident Now

The 40-year-old basketball player made waves earlier this month when he said he won't retire. But at least we know where he'll retire TO when the time comes.
5 Easy Home Improvements For Renters

5 Easy Home Improvements For Renters

Simple ways to improve the look of your rental unit.
Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 4101 Crest Drive

Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 4101 Crest Drive

A property with an unobstructable ocean view is offered for under $1 million.
5 Predictions for the 2014 Real Estate Market

5 Predictions for the 2014 Real Estate Market

What real estate experts expect to see in 2014.
Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 1508 Wendy Way

Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 1508 Wendy Way

A modernized Manhattan Beach home boasts new appliances, sparkling refinished original oak floors and a swimming pool on a good-sized lot.
Living Large in Smaller Homes

Living Large in Smaller Homes

The answer to affordable housing lies in less space and more peace of mind.
5 Reasons Why Owning a Home Can Be a Real Drag

5 Reasons Why Owning a Home Can Be a Real Drag

A look at the drawbacks to owning a home.
5 Must-Have Real Estate Apps for Home Buyers

5 Must-Have Real Estate Apps for Home Buyers

If you are headed out to open houses this weekend, you may want to download a few apps first.
Home Prices Continue to Rise in South Bay Cities

Home Prices Continue to Rise in South Bay Cities

The average price of a single-family home in the South Bay increased by 15.6 percent to $718,798 from $621,740 in November 2012.
Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 38 Fairway Drive

Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 38 Fairway Drive

A spacious three-bedroom, three bath Manhattan Village townhome is on the market for under $900,000.
Priciest Homes in Manhattan Beach: 201 18th St.

Priciest Homes in Manhattan Beach: 201 18th St.

The property boasts gorgeous views, woodburning fireplaces and superior craftsmanship on a Manhattan Beach walkstreet.
A Crash Course in Becoming an Airbnb Host

A Crash Course in Becoming an Airbnb Host

How to make a little extra cash by renting out your living space through Airbnb.
Lane Kiffin Puts Manhattan Beach Home on the Market

Lane Kiffin Puts Manhattan Beach Home on the Market

The former USC football coach was fired in September, prompting predictions he would see his Manhattan Beach home.
The Fundamentals of Vacation House Swapping

The Fundamentals of Vacation House Swapping

A run through of the basics for vacation home swapping.
Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 1201 Wendy Way, 1641 21st St.

Entry-Level Homes in Manhattan Beach: 1201 Wendy Way, 1641 21st St.

Entry-level single-family homes in Manhattan Beach are going for $950,000 and more.
Is Eminent Domain a Solution for Foreclosure Woes?

Is Eminent Domain a Solution for Foreclosure Woes?

As cities across the country consider the power of eminent domain to help their residents in danger of foreclosure, America debates whether or not it is fair.
Homes for Sale in Manhattan Beach

Homes for Sale in Manhattan Beach

Find homes for sale in Manhattan Beach on this page every week, from our partners at Zillow.
Homes Sales Decline in October Partly Because of Government Shutdown

Homes Sales Decline in October Partly Because of Government Shutdown

Sales were down 2.7 percent from September and 11.1 from a year ago.