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Manhattan Beach Prices Highest, Growth Slowest in South Bay

Over the past 5 years, Manhattan Beach median home prices have hit ever-newer heights.

At $2.600M at year-end 2020, the median had jumped $250K from only a year earlier. And that was $500K above the median price from 5 years prior.

Yet Manhattan Beach prices have not risen as much, percentage-wise, as most…

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