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Gas up the car if you're going out this weekend to see open houses: There are 48 of them this week, the highest total we've counted here.

1701 Oak Avenue Manhattan Beach CAOn inventory of 103 as of Saturday morning, that's quite nearly half the active listings opening their doors to people like you this weekend. It reflects the feeling sellers have that this is the time to sell this year, if you're going to.

We hope you'll stop by Dave's open house Sunday at 1701 Oak (pictured) on Sunday 2-4pm.

It's a bit improved since the Summer's brief listing, and still a compelling value west of Sepulveda at $2.300M. (Our other Tree Section listing at 2512 Pacific has gotten great reception, but is not publicly open, so please contact Dave or your agent for a showing.)

Our video this week…

We're going to begin with a "blogger's privilege" moment to mention two things. 

2512 Pacific Avenue Manhattan Beach CAFirst, Dave's new listing at 2512 Pacific is a great home to go see, but unfortunately we don't have open houses this weekend. If you find yourself intrigued by this bright, spacious, newer Cape Cod, you'll need to contact Dave or your agent, if you've got one, to come see. Hint: Do it soon!

Second, Tuesday should be a big transitional day for MB Confidential. After a brief "dark" period in the morning, our new design will launch. We've got everything you like here already, plus more, in a more visual format and very mobile-friendly. We'll return to this subject after launch to talk about some of what's new.

Our new listings video this week features 2512 Pacific,

You know who needed and deserved some Hollywood? Vin Scully.

It's almost a week now since Charlie Culberson (who?) etched his name in Dodgers history by hitting an extra-innings walkoff homer to claim the division title for the Dodgers, making Vin Scully's last home game very, very special. A Hollywood ending, you could almost say.

Yes, Vin deserved that.

Now, here in Manhattan Beach, you don't see a lot of people going Hollywood. It's a much more low-key town. If you've got it, you don't flaunt it. Any exceptions prove the rule.

108 The Strand Manhattan Beach CAWhich is a long way of getting to this point... Guess who's going Hollywood this week? The most expensive house in Manhattan Beach: 108 The Strand, now asking $19.995M.

They hired that guy from TV's "Million Dollar…

Not one, but two new Sand Section listings this week are described as "old school."

Which, in each case, is mainly a nice way to say "old," and also "quite likely a scraper." You see how a difference in words can convey a different feeling.

This brings to mind how one of the little MBCs recently said of the crowd at an event he'd attended, "it was mostly senior citizens," noting the general lack of other kids. We congratulated him on his politeness.

So, yes, there's a virtue to being delicate, even if you're selling land.

Besides the two dirt sales we start with below, this week sees a wonder in the American Martyrs area at 625 17th, new construction way, way far east at 1771 Ruhland, and a couple of Mediterraneans, one in the Trees at 3008

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