By Keith KyleRedondo Beach foreclosures

The distressed home and foreclosure market was never a major factor in the Beach Cities as the coastal communities were always buffered a bit from the huge price drops after the real estate bubble burst.  Some of the outlying South Bay communities did see a large increase in bank owned homes and short sales but the closer the community was to the ocean, the less impact we tended to see.

That being said there were still a healthy (or unhealthy depending on what side of the process you were involved with) number of distressed homes for several years, but that’s virtually come to a trickle.  From a high of 130 active foreclosure listings back in 2010, which does not include the number of homes in default, to only 2 active foreclosures in Hermosa, Redondo and Manhattan Beach combined.  Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach were always very limited in the distressed market with the bulk of the foreclosure listings being in Redondo Beach.

About the author
Keith Kyle
Keith Kyle is a top real estate professional in Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Torrance and Manhattan Beach with South Bay Brokers. He specializes in working with first time buyers and sellers of fine Redondo Beach properties. Keith has been a top realtor in Redondo since 2007 and his extensive local market knowledge as well as his marketing expertise has helped clients throughout Redondo Beach
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