Long Beach has long been the best-kept secret in Southern California. People are drawn to Southern California for the laid-back vibes and near-perfect weather, and Long Beach does not disappoint. It has a robust nightlife, food scene, and shopping opportunities. Long Beach has an excellent school system, making it attractive for young families. There are plenty of things to do in Long Beach to keep you busy and entertained with its 64 unique neighborhoods. From sprawling urban areas to beach homes in Long Beach, Ginette Skelton is the premier Long Beach real estate agent who you want on your team to help you buy or sell your house. She has been a resident of this coastal city for over 20 years, and her expert knowledge and experience will help you sell a home or buy your dream house.
Long Beach real estate trends to watch out for
Many homes in Long Beach are selling fast; if you're buying, plan to act quickly because the average listing was on the market for 14 days. When a market is this hot, it pays to have an agent like Ginette on your side who is an expert in the area and knows how to act fast and negotiate on your behalf.
Naples has earned a reputation for luxurious living. This Italian-inspired Long Beach community is a great place to live, surrounded by boats and waterways and excellent shopping and restaurants like Michaels on Naples on 2nd Street.
This charming neighborhood includes everything from modest beach cottages to lavish waterfront mansions. You will also find single-family homes, apartments, and townhomes great for young families. Many of these are situated right along the canals and offer beautiful views of the waterways, with some including boat dock access. You can get the whole experience by taking a romantic Gondola ride through the meandering canals.
Naples is a competitive seller's market due to interest in this charming community with great views and amenities.
Open houses are in full effect in this hot market
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