Where did all the homes in Fusion go?

By Keith KyleFusion South Bay

It seems that nobody is selling in Fusion these days which is a bit unusual as so many owners in the complex weathered some tough years and homes are once again nearing the peak.  As a realtor who frequently sells homes in this great community, it’s always a challenge when the inventory is this low as there’s simply nothing to sell.  Fusion has always been a very unique market as there are often either too many homes on the market, and they all sit until the first one sells (and then they seem to go like dominoes) or there’s no homes on the market.  The appeal of Fusion is the combination of price, location, and age which makes them a great value.  Built in 2006 and 2007, they sit just east of Manhattan Beach but at dramatically lower prices.  Most buyers often start their searches in Redondo Beach or El Segundo, but after looking at what $550,000 or so gets them in those towns, they opt for the very new, very well located Fusion townhomes.

So what’s an interested buyer to do?

  • The first aspect is to find an agent that frequently sells in Fusion as they may have the inside track into upcoming and off market possibilities.  There are 4 or 5 realtors that work fairly extensively in this gated community.
  • Be patient.  As I mentioned above Fusion is a unique market that seems to go in waves.  It won’t be too long before there are several listings
  • Consider the condos, townhomes, and single family homes at 360.  Another alternative is the community known as 360 which is just a bit north.  Contact us for more information as there are new homes as well as resale listings.