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Palisades Monthly Update (1/1/21 – 1/31/21)

So far this year 17 Palisades homes have sold compared with only 8 homes at the end of January 2020, and there are now 49 homes in escrow in the Palisades!

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Still a Good Time for Sellers

As of January 31st, there were 75 single-family Palisades residences listed in the Multiple Listing Service (M.L.S.), which is ▼8% lower than this time last year

The average sale price per square foot has decreased by 11% as compared with the same period in 2020 and is now at $1,117 per square foot. Median sale prices are currently $2,950,000.

YearSalesMedian Sale Price$ / SqFtAvg DOM# Active as of Jan 31

(January 1st – January 31st)

The lowest-priced available home is a 2-bedroom, 2-bath on Palmera at $1,925,000. The highest-priced property is an 8-bedroom, 14-bath on Corona De Mar, asking $34 million. The median asking price for Pacific Palisades is now at an all-time high of $5,250,000.

The lowest sale price so far this year was a 4-bedroom, 4-bath on Calle De Catalina, which sold for $1,985,770. The highest sale so far this year was a 7-bedroom, 6-bath on Rivas Canyon Road, which sold for $10,557,516.

Number of Sales112 % higher
Price per Square Foot11 % lower
Average Days On Market19 % longer
Active Inventory8 % lower
Statistics based upon M.L.S. records of Palisades single family residences only (Including Sunset Mesa)

Condos & Townhomes

There are 19 condominiums/townhouses on the market now. They range from a 1-bedroom, 1-bath in the Edgewater Towers on Sunset Blvd. offered at $629,900, to a newly-built 5-bedroom, 6-bath condo on Tramonto offered at $5,850,000. Thirteen condos are currently in escrow. There have been 5 condo sales so far this year, ranging from a 3-bedroom, 3-bath on Palisades Circle, which sold for $977,500 to a 3-bedroom, 4-bath unit in the new development on Tramonto, which sold for $5,200,000. The median condo sale price is currently $1,090,000, which is a 9% increase. 

There are currently five pieces of raw land available, ranging from nearly two acres on Calle Bellavista, being offered at $799,000 to $2,600,000 for a hillside lot just under 15,000 square feet on Revello. So far this year, no lots have sold.

There are currently 58 available leases in the Palisades. They range from a 1-bedroom, 1-bath unit on Sunset asking $3,500 per month, to a 5-bedroom, 6-bath home on Corona Del Mar asking $75,000 per month. There have been 10 leases so far this year (the same as at the start of 2020).

The highest lease so far this year was a 6-bedroom, 9-bath on Amalfi Drive, which leases for $55,000 per month. The lowest was $5,200 per month for a 2-bedroom, 3-bath on Palisades Circle, and the median was $7,400 per month.

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