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PALOS VERDES Market Intelligence Report Volume 7 | May 2021


PALOS VERDES MARKETS Harbor City

4

Palos Verdes Estates

6

Rancho Palos Verdes

8

Rolling Hills

10

Rolling Hills Estates

12

San Pedro

14

Wilmington

16


REAL ESTATE KEY TERMS MEDIAN PRICE: The price of the property that falls in the middle of the total number of properties sold in the given time period.

PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT: Measures the home’s sales price for an individual square foot.

PROPERTIES FOR SALE: The total number of available properties for sale.

DAYS ON MARKET (CLOSED SALES): The number of days a property is on the market prior to accepting an offer.

SALES RATIO: Defines market speed and determines whether the market currently favors buyers or sellers. A Buyer’s Market is a ratio from 0% to 14%; A Balanced market ratio is from 15 to 20%; A Seller’s Market ratio starts at 21% and up. If the sales ratio exceeds 100%, it means that the sales from previous month exceed current inventory.

The Palos Verdes Market Intelligence Report is published monthly based on the data available at the start of each month. All data presented is based on data supplied by CRMLS. Neither the Associations of REALTORS® nor their MLS’s guarantees or is in any way responsible for its accuracy. Information is deemed reliable, but not guaranteed. Copyright © 2021.


HARBOR CITY Harbor City is a growing, vibrant community just east of the Palos Verdes Peninsula and 30 minutes south of downtown Los Angeles. Ideally located as a gateway between the port cities and beach cities, residents have easy access to explore the greater Los Angeles area. Harbor City is home to an expansive Kaiser hospital, regional park, and community college - providing avenues for wellness and work opportunities. Housing in Harbor city is a mixture of single-family residences and low rise apartments, many of which are walkable to delicious restaurants and parks.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS

• Ken Malloy Harbor Park

• Harbor City Library

• Tacos El Goloso

• Philipo's Pizza and Pasta

• Machado Lake

• Harbor City Skatepark

• Raku Sushi Tonkatsu

• Monarca's Mexican Food

• Los Angeles Harbor College

• The Skating Edge Ice Arena

• Baja Fish Grill

• Chicken Maison


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

16

20

$704K

9

$405

125%

2020

25

8

$677K

19

$358

32%

PERCENT CHANGE

-36%

+150%

+4%

-53%

+13%

+291%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $775,000 $677,000

$645,000

$704,083 $592,500

$625,000

$625,000

$560,000

47 38

37

38

42

38

25 8

Apr-20

8

May-20

10

11

Jun-20

Jul-21

15

Aug-20

$582,500

$625,000

$641,620

37 20

11

Sep-20

$585,000

$630,000

18

25

20

17 9

Oct-20

Nov-20

Dec-20

Jan-21

17

16

Feb-21

16

13

Mar-21

16

20

Apr-21


PALOS VERDES ESTATES Master-planned by noted landscape architect Fredrick Law Olmstead Jr., Palos Verdes Estates is perched on the northwestern edge of the Palos Verdes Peninsula. The city ideally located for postcard perfect views and privacy while still offering close proximity to South Bay beach city nightlife. Known for it's high performing schools, Palos Verdes Peninsula High School is consistently found in top ranks in national publications. Residences in the area are pleasantly placed in between several open and green spaces and range from mid-century modern family homes to $10 million+ palatial estates - offering many options for buyers.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS

• Palos Verdes Golf Club

• Flat Rock Point & Beach

• Salsa Verdes

• Malaga Cove Ranch Market

• Bluff Cove Trail

• George Allen Field

• Black Bamboo Sushi

• Rafaello's Pizza

• Malaga Dunes

• Roessler Point

• The Cove Cafe

• Lunada Market & Deli


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

37

20

$2.33M

9

$894

54%

2020

44

9

$1.70M

20

$677

20%

PERCENT CHANGE

-16%

+122%

+37%

-55%

+32%

+164%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $2,750,000 $2,500,000

$1,900,000 $1,700,000

44 9

Apr-20

68

62

58

1

May-20

$1,880,000

$2,033,750

17

Jun-20

Jul-21

$2,220,000

$2,030,000 $1,773,000

56

13

$2,220,400

51 26

Aug-20

47 21

Sep-20

Oct-20

$1,875,000

48

42

24

$1,932,000

28 11

Nov-20

21

Dec-20

28 13

Jan-21

$2,331,359

44

37

20

19

20

Feb-21

Mar-21

Apr-21


RANCHO PALOS VERDES Anchored by the iconic Point Vicente Lighthouse and dramatic coastal views of Catalina Island and beyond, Rancho Palos Verdes is the largest city on the peninsula. Like it's neighbors, the city enjoys highly ranked schools and is consistently ranked as one of the wealthiest zip codes in the United States. Recreation activities abound in the many horse and hiking trails as well as two golf courses, the Terranea resort, and several parks. Top city employers are in the education, resort, and real estate industries. Real estate opportunities are largely singlefamily homes that range from mid-century traditional single-story homes to truly exceptional estates.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS

• Los Verdes Golf Course

• Peninsula Raquet Club

• Mar'sel

• Tomatillo Mexican Grill

• Point Vicente Lighthouse

• Terranea Resort

• Swan Thai

• Nelson's

• Abalone Cove Trail & Beach

• Del Cerro Park

• Avenue Italy

• Peninsula Tap House


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

90

58

$1.78M

7

$708

64%

2020

103

33

$1.40M

16

$559

32%

PERCENT CHANGE

-13%

+76%

+27%

-56%

+27%

+101%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $1,777,500

$1,400,000

$1,302,000

138

120

103

33

Apr-20

$1,312,000

26

May-20

$1,290,000

124

40

Jun-20

$1,350,000

Jul-21

51

Aug-20

$1,450,000

121

120

115

53

$1,355,000

44

Sep-20

$1,350,000

$1,395,175

$1,417,500

$1,500,000

$1,437,500

108

51

52

Oct-20

Nov-20

64

58

Dec-20

47

90

76

75 34

35

Jan-21

Feb-21

52

58

Mar-21

Apr-21


ROLLING HILLS For those ultimate privacy seekers, Rolling Hills is the perfect community. This equestrian friendly city is entirely comprised of private land and is only accessible by three gates with 24/7 staffing. Located in the central portion of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, residents are still treated to stunning coastal views and outdoor parks and trails for outdoor activities. Bordered by Portuguese Canyon, Rolling Hills Estates, and Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills offers a peaceful setting while within close proximity to fine dining, sport and recreation areas, and professional services.

ATTRACTIONS • Hesse's Gap

• Aqua Magna Canyon

• Saffo's Rest

• Westfield Park

• Stormhill Park

• Portuguese Canyon


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

17

4

$3.08M

14

$996

24%

2020

8

5

$2.70M

7

$659

63%

PERCENT CHANGE

+113%

-20%

+14%

+100%

+51%

-62%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $6,400,000

$4,275,000

$4,300,000

$4,350,000

$4,050,000 $3,432,500

$3,395,000

8

5

Apr-20

$3,385,000 $2,800,000

$2,700,000

7

1

May-20

13

1

Jun-20

13

3

Jul-21

13

3

Aug-20

9

6

Sep-20

$4,000,000

9

3

Oct-20

$3,082,500

$2,750,000

11

1

Nov-20

11

3

Dec-20

9

5

Jan-21

13

3

Feb-21

14

4

Mar-21

17

4

Apr-21


ROLLING HILLS ESTATES Founded in 1957, Rolling Hills Estates offers small town, semi-rural living with a thriving city organization. Residents are afforded three convenient shopping centers, dining, trail access, and a myriad of local community events throughout the year. The city is best known for it's love of all things equestrian, offering over 25 miles of scenic horse trails and an Equestrian Center. Real estate is largely single-family homes with nods to several custom architectural styles to choose from. Located on the northern end of the Peninsula, residents enjoy the tight-knit community as well as the close proximity to urban centers, industry, and world-famous beaches.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS • Mama Terrano

• South Coast Botanic Garden

• Rolling Hills Park Tennis Club • Chicken Maison

• Peter Weber Equestrian Center

• Promenade Ice Chalet

• The Original Red Onion

• The Crepery Cafe

• Rolling Hills Little League

• Giorgio's

• TantaWan Thai Cuisine


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

43

38

$1.66M

6

$718

88%

2020

64

26

$1.37M

17

$586

41%

PERCENT CHANGE

-33%

+46%

+21%

-65%

+22%

+118%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $1,366,500

$1,400,000 $1,280,000

95 64 26

Apr-20

39 13

15

May-20

Jun-20

Jul-21

$1,400,000

$1,407,575

$1,458,000

$1,444,500 $1,265,000

88

86

85

76

$1,400,000

$1,311,000

$1,660,000

$1,550,000

$1,544,000

78 52

28

Aug-20

33

Sep-20

35

39

38 20

Oct-20

Nov-20

Dec-20

7

20

Jan-21

21

19

Feb-21

30

36

Mar-21

43

38

Apr-21


SAN PEDRO San Pedro is a unique and vibrant community that feels like it's own city. San Pedro is one of the cities with direct access to The port of Los Angeles, a major international seaport. Originally dominated by the fishing industry, San Pedro has grown into a working class community with a wide variety of outdoor recreation spaces, family-friendly activities, and a thriving shopping and dining scene. San Pedro is also hosts the annual Shakespeare by the Sea festival every summer. Real estate offerings include single-family homes with some condos available, offering a multitude of styles and finishes.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS

• Point Fermin Park

• Cabrillo Beach Yacht Club

• Raffaello Ristorante

• J. Trani's Ristorante

• Cabrillo Aquarium

• Crafted at the Port of LA

• Crazy Fish - Grill & Market

• Sebastians's Mediterranean

• Deane Dana Friendship Park

• Old San Pedro

• Sirinat Thai & Sushi Bar

• Compagnon Wine Bistro


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

71

49

$640K

6

$468

69%

2020

90

43

600K

8

$427

48%

PERCENT CHANGE

-21%

+14%

+7%

-25%

+10%

+44%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $801,000 $700,000 $600,000

$590,000

141

131

123

108

90 43

36

37

Apr-20

May-20

Jun-20

$682,000 $610,000

$605,000

58

Jul-21

$692,500 $610,000

128

122 66

Aug-20

57

Sep-20

$592,500

$780,000

$650,250

$640,000

111 58

Oct-20

50

Nov-20

61

72 29

Dec-20

50

Jan-21

58

65 41

Feb-21

61

Mar-21

71

49

Apr-21


WILMINGTON Wilmington is one of the oldest communities in Los Angeles and enjoys a long and proud history of being the gateway to Los Angeles. Inside the area, you will find many historical museums, military installations, six parks, and waterfront attractions as well as a community center and skate plaza. Wilmington has a heavy concentration of industry and the third largest oil field in the United States, offering several employment opportunities. Wilmington is primarily comprised of single-family homes perfect for families and professionals. Bordered by Long Beach, Carson, and San Pedro, Wilmington offers convenient freeway access to explore greater Los Angeles and beyond.

ATTRACTIONS

RESTAURANTS

• Vincent Thomas Bridge

• The Banning Museum

• San Pedro Fish Market Grille

• Montoya's

• Terminal Island

• California Yacht Marina

• Issac's Cafe

• Hojas Premium Tea House

• Wilmington Waterfront Park

• John Mendez Baseball Park

• The Chowder Barge

• Eat at Rudy's


MARKET SUMMARY

APRIL 2021 TOTAL INVENTORY

TOTAL SALES

MEDIAN SALES PRICE

MEDIAN DAYS ON MARKET

MEDIAN PRICE PER SQUARE FOOT

SALES RATIO

14

11

$562K

11

$483

79%

2020

27

10

$495K

10

$354

37%

PERCENT CHANGE

-48%

+10%

+14%

+10%

+37%

+112%

APRIL

2021 APRIL

13-MONTH TRENDS $525,000

$495,000

27 10

Apr-20

$438,500

$445,000

30

31

6

May-20

26 11

Jun-20

$510,000

20 12

Jul-21

15

$540,000

21

19 7

Aug-20

$562,500

Sep-20

$552,500

$540,000

22 13 4

Oct-20

Nov-20

10

$547,500

20

15

Dec-20

$550,000

$562,000

$500,000

5

7

Jan-21

10

12

Feb-21

12

14

Mar-21

Apr-21

11


BEVERLY HILLS 9454 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 600 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 310.205.0050

PALOS VERDES - MIRALESTE 5 Miraleste Plaza Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 310.831.0222

EL SEGUNDO 402 Main Street El Segundo, CA 90245 310.322.1425

REDONDO BEACH 1720 S. Elena Avenue Redondo Beach, CA 90277 310.378.7747

PALOS VERDES - MALAGA COVE 63 Malaga Cove Plaza Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274 310.378.9494

PALOS VERDES - SILVER SPUR 450 Silver Spur Road Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 310.544.9999

MANHATTAN BEACH 1040 Manhattan Beach Blvd. Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 310.376.2225

TORRANCE 23740 Hawthorne Blvd. Torrance, CA 90505 310.378.9889

MANHATTAN BEACH / DOWNTOWN 1401 Highland Avenue Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 310.937.5700

WEST LOS ANGELES 10500 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90064 310.559.5570

MARINA DEL REY / VENICE 124 Washington Blvd. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 310.577.5300

WESTCHESTER / SILICON BEACH 7131 W. Manchester Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90045 310.802.6000

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