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Summerwind Townhome for lease $2850/month - 2800 Plaza Del Amo
Unit #402 of the Summerwind Townhome complex is available for lease right now at $2,850/month!
A great 2 level townhome in the Plaza Del Amo area, including an attached 2 car garage, laundry in unit, and updated cabinets.
Sqft: 1400 BTV
Any questions? Give Sandy a call at 310-988-8211
John Briscoe is a seasoned realtor with 38 years of selling experience, born and raised right here in West Torrance. He prides himself on being an advocate and resource for the community he's grown to love so much. John is integral in a number of community outreach initiatives in the South Bay, from sponsoring local events to hosting his annual Ice Cream Giveaway. Most notably, John works closely with the Children's Miracle Network, investing Re/Max dollars into the lives of kids who need it most. John is also a member of the Platinum Club and acts as Moderator for the Buffini Small Group.
Whether you're looking to buy, sell, or just get more information on the housing market, John is ready and willing to adapt to your needs. He prides himself on being a "one stop shop" and is quick to refer clients to trusted affiliates such as lenders, escrow and title agents. He has also cultivated personal relationships with reliable legal counsel, contractors, engineers, painters, plumbers, handy men, architects, haulers, landscapers, etc. John's negotiating skills will be at your disposal every step of the way to assure you get the best deal available. The road to home ownership is an exciting and nerve-wracking one, so it's important to have an agent who's ready and willing to go to bat for you. With John as your market advocate, you can rest assured that you're getting first class service and the very best representation out there.
Newsletter Update - Oct 2017
I have covered ad nauseam the lack of inventory and pent up demand since the beginning of 2011 and of course we are still experiencing this dynamic in 2017 and most likely all of next year. So when will this all change? Will it be all at once? It's a really tough set of questions to answer but it will most definitely not be all at once. You won't see a flood of homes for sale next year just because the so called 7 year cycle is due. You won't see a huge jump in interest rates as well as that would stall the market completely. I think we will see a more systematic increase next year as sooner or later buyers will hit a breaking point. When buyers stop offering on homes right away, inventory naturally increases as homes stay on the market longer. We are so conditioned to properties lasting less than a week on the market. The market is also very localized. We don't see as many move up sellers/buyers in Torrance compared to the Beach Cities, (Hermosa, Redondo, Manhattan or Palos Verdes.) Homeowners in Torrance stay in their homes longer. It's not to say they don't relocate but the vast majority do not. That is why there is so little inventory.