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At this moment last year, there were 70 homes on the market. Now, 93.

And 2013-15? Low 40s.

So that upward trend in inventory that we were anticipating post-Super Bowl is taking hold.

The increase is all west of Sepulveda, with the most drastic rise in the Sand Section, which went from 32 listings to 45 over just 2 weeks.

Meantime, some listings are selling, too. From among publicly listed inventory, we count 8 homes going into escrow between Feb. 1-15, including:

1240 5th Street Manhattan Beach CA1240 5th (6br/7ba, 10,000 sqft.), an opulent manse with a huge lot on a private drive just east of Sepulveda.

Listed at $7.500M this year, the property had been offered in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2016, mostly at higher prices.

This year, it needed only about a month to find a…

With 2016 now fully in the rear-view mirror, we'll start taking a look at the notable data and trends from the year that was.

That starts here with our regular twice-monthly market update.

As we reached year end, inventory continued its expected seasonal drop, hitting a "low" of 70 on the last day of 2016.

That's 32% higher than the 53 active listings seen in Manhattan Beach at the end of 2015, and more than double the totals for 2013-14. (See our latest inventory analysis here: "MB Inventory by Area, 2013-16.")

Remember, though, the median price for MB was still rising when we looked at the end of Q3, despite a year-long rise in inventory over previous years. We'll run the numbers for all of 2016 soon. (See from October: "Would You

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