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  • Brentwood - Open House List for 7/27/14

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Brentwood, Home Selling in Brentwood  |  July 25, 2014 9:49 AM  |  7 views  |  No comments
    Active
     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    1. 27
     A  06 13172 BOCA DE CANON LN 03/05/14 $3,495,000  $866.60 4 5.00 4,033 23,719 1968 631/D1 14-741705 140   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 1
    2. 41
     A  06 430 N KENTER AVE 03/31/14 $2,375,000  $614.33 4 4.00 3,866 16,160 1955 631/F2 14-747931 106   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : New Brentwood 2
    3. 35
     A  06 3565 MANDEVILLE CANYON RD 04/10/14 $2,495,000  $491.24 5 6.00 5,079 35,437 2008 591/D3 14-751631 106   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 3
    4. 40
     A  06 3275 MANDEVILLE CANYON RD 05/05/14 $2,995,000  $810.99 5 6.00 3,693 22,195 2001 591/D4 14-756073 81   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 4
    5. 23
     A  06 12311 11TH HELENA DR 05/28/14 $3,995,000  $996.51 4 6.00 4,009 10,931 1938 631/G4 14-764743 58   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 5
    Broker/Agent does not guarantee the accuracy of the square footage, lot size or other information concerning the conditions or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from Public Records or other sources. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of all information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals. Copyright © 2014 by TheMLS.com. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Presented by: Jeffrey T. Sandorf CalBRE# 01396545

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    Active
     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    6. 22
     A  06 1033 S GRETNA GREEN WAY 05/28/14 $3,995,000  $903.85 5 6.00 4,420 6,684 2011 631/H5 14-764837 58   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 6
    7. 22
     A  06 12727 W SUNSET BLVD 05/29/14 $2,345,000  $745.63 4 5.00 3,145 9,351 1961 631/F3 14-765197 57   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 7
    8. 51
     A  06 530 S WESTGATE AVE 06/16/14 $5,199,000  $1,094.30 5 7.00 4,751 11,170
    631/G4 14-766657 39   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 8
    9. 23
     A  06 123 S WOODBURN DR 06/05/14 $3,895,000  $1,166.52 3 5.00 3,339 18,724 1937 631/H2 14-766665 50   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 9
    10. 39
     A  06 429 N KENTER AVE 06/18/14 $3,995,000  $889.56 5 6.00 4,491 13,603 1949 631/F2 14-770741 37   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 10
    11. 8
     A  06 11754 DARLINGTON AVE 07/16/14 $795,000  $697.37 2 2.00 1,140 1,250 1966 631/H4 14-777685 9   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : New Brentwood 11
    12. 10
     A  06 130 S KENTER AVE 07/16/14 $1,650,000  $677.62 3 3.00 2,435 7,126 1951 631/G3 14-777869 9   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 12
    Broker/Agent does not guarantee the accuracy of the square footage, lot size or other information concerning the conditions or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from Public Records or other sources. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of all information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals. Copyright © 2014 by TheMLS.com. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Presented by: Jeffrey T. Sandorf CalBRE# 01396545

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    Active
     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    13. 36
     A  06 3350 MANDEVILLE CANYON RD 07/16/14 $1,849,000  $713.35 5 3.00 2,592 18,651 1955 591/D4 14-777897 9   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 13
    14. 54
     A  06 246 S ANITA AVE 07/17/14 $4,849,000  $1,010.21 5 6.00 4,800 7,500 2014 631/F4 14-778203 8   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Brentwood 14
    15. 34
     A  06

    Pacific Palisades - Open House List for 7/27/14

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Pacific Palisades, Home Selling in Pacific Palisades  |  July 25, 2014 9:46 AM  |  6 views  |  No comments
    Active
     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    1. 25
     A  15 1015 GALLOWAY ST 02/18/14 $2,999,000  $796.76 5 5.00 3,764 7,800
    631/B5 14-738065 157   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 1
    2. 25
     A  15 653 N LAS CASAS AVE 05/01/14 $3,849,000  $782.32 5 6.00 4,920 8,372 2014 630/H5 14-757675 85   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 2
    3. 18
     A  15 815 ALMA REAL DR 05/07/14 $2,499,000  $1,216.06 4 3.00 2,055 7,824 1950 631/A5 14-758689 79   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 3
    4. 11
     A  15 684 BIENVENEDA AVE 05/15/14 $1,545,000  $947.85 3 2.00 1,630 6,674 1947 630/J5 14-758755 71   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 4
    5. 46
     A  15 1436 CALLE DEL JONELLA 05/15/14 $3,195,000  $685.62 5 7.00 4,660 32,321 1987 630/E1 14-760533 71   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 5
    Broker/Agent does not guarantee the accuracy of the square footage, lot size or other information concerning the conditions or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from Public Records or other sources. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of all information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals. Copyright © 2014 by TheMLS.com. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Presented by: Jeffrey T. Sandorf CalBRE# 01396545

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     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    6. 39
     A  15 16750 CALLE DE CATALINA 05/22/14 $1,750,000  $561.44 4 4.00 3,117 9,757 1996 630/G1 14-762935 64   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 6
    7. 35
     A  15 431 ALMA REAL DR 05/28/14 $12,950,000  $1,003.56 7 10.00 12,904 15,736 2007 631/B6 14-765335 58   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 7
    8. 35
     A  15 900 ILIFF ST 06/12/14 $2,595,000  $850.82 3 3.00 3,050 7,473 1950 631/B5 14-766227 43   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 8
    9. 41
     A  15 1771 E CHASTAIN PKY 06/06/14 $4,195,000  $744.19 5 6.00 5,637 29,211 2005 630/H1 14-767691 49   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 9
    10. 38
     A  15 954 FISKE ST 06/25/14 $2,499,000  $922.14 4 4.00 2,710 5,200 1991 631/B5 14-772139 30   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 10
    11. 19
     A  15 574 MOUNT HOLYOKE AVE 06/26/14 $2,150,000  $860.00 5 4.00 2,500 3,594 1949 631/A6 14-772931 29   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 11
    12. 25
     A  15 656 N LAS CASAS AVE 07/07/14 $1,895,000  $768.14 3 3.00 2,467 6,968 1941 630/H5 14-773711 18   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 12
    Broker/Agent does not guarantee the accuracy of the square footage, lot size or other information concerning the conditions or features of the property provided by the seller or obtained from Public Records or other sources. Buyer is advised to independently verify the accuracy of all information through personal inspection and with appropriate professionals. Copyright © 2014 by TheMLS.com. Information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Presented by: Jeffrey T. Sandorf CalBRE# 01396545

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    Active
     PHPHOTOSARADDRESSLDLPLP/SFBRBASFLSZYBMAPMLSD.O.M.OPEN HOUSEAREA NAME 
    13. 16
     A  15 242 SURFVIEW DR 07/02/14 $3,449,000  $877.16 4 5.00 3,932 12,830 2008 630/E5 14-774281 23   07/27/2014 (2:00PM-5:00PM) : Review Pacific Palisades 13
    14. 33
     A  15 525 ALMA REAL DR 07/17/14 $5,750,000  $1,276.08 5 5.00 4,506 17,731 1970 631/B6 14-778097 8   07/27/2014 (2:00AM-5:00PM) : New Pacific Palisades 14
    15. 25
     A  15

    4 Facts About the Palisades Real Estate Market

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Pacific Palisades, Home Selling in Pacific Palisades  |  July 25, 2014 9:26 AM  |  8 views  |  No comments

    1.     How many single family homes are on the market in 90272?

    As of July 16, 2014 there are 74 homes listed for sale on the MLS, which is a low inventory count for our area. 

    2.     How many homes have sold this year?

     

    172 homes have sold so far in 2014, a little shy of the pace of the 323 that sold in 2013.  In 2008 and 2009 there were only about 185 sold per year while we saw over 400 homes selling per year in the late 1990s!

     

    3.     How long does it take for a home to sell in 90272?

     

    The average days on market for all homes sold in 2014 is 62 days.

     

    4.      How close to list price are homes selling?

     

    44% of all homes sold in 90272 year to date have sold at or above list price!

     

  • 6 Month Market Round-Up

    Posted Under: General Area, Home Buying, Home Selling  |  July 19, 2014 11:55 AM  |  46 views  |  No comments

    Dear Friends, 

    I hope this email finds you well and enjoying the summer!  With the first six months of 2014 in the books I wanted to share with you some thoughts and insight into the current condition of the Los Angeles real estate market.  

    We continue to see a very tight housing inventory which has left many buyers competing with others for the same properties, more often than not resulting in multiple offers and sales prices over asking price.  In the Pacific Palisades for example, 44% of all home sales in 2014 year to date have been at or above the list price.  I am selling homes in all areas of the Westside of LA and have seen a similar phenomenon.  To be sure however, I do not see our market as frenzied or without fundamentals as the properties that buyers perceive as over-priced or that do not show well are sitting on the market.   Many sellers are attempting to test new pricing highs and buyers are definitely taking pause in these situations.

    Nonetheless, prices have steadily appreciated over the last several months as we are now seeing the average price in many neighborhoods surpassing the previous peak of 2006/2007.  This should not be surprising and was expected as the recovery of each past real estate cycle has also surpassed the prior pricing highs.   The yellow highlights on the chart at the bottom of this email (which notes the average price of a single family home in various areas of Los Angeles) denotes the peak average prices, per area, over the last 12 years.   

    As you can see virtually every LA neighborhood noted has seen an increase in the average price over 2013.  Some areas have seen as much as 20% plus average price gains this year including BHPO (+22%), Brentwood (+20%) and Los Feliz (+20%).  Others are posting strong numbers as well:  Cheviot Hills-Rancho (12%), Santa Monica (11%) and Pacific Palisades (16%).  The figures for Bel Air are astonishing as they are posting 73% price gains over 2013.  The data should be taken with a grain a salt as there were several very high-end sales in Bel Air which swung the data dramatically.

    A big differencebetween our current market and 2006/2007 is buyer financing.  The last time around lenders were allowing buyers/borrowers to place as little as 0% - 10% as a down payment with little or no underwriting. It seemed that anyone or everyone, qualified or not, was getting a loan and buying houses which over-fueled the market and created a price push without much substance.  This time around most loans, not all, require at least 20% down and lender underwriting guidelines are significantly tougher.  There is also a high prevalence of cash buyers.

    The biggest happenings in the market catching my eyes is the enormous amount of new speculative construction underway, the massive demand from builders for tear down properties and the high activity of "pocket/off-market" listings.  Drive through any residential area on the Westside and you are bound to see site after site of new construction - many of these homes are being shown to prospective buyers while under construction and indeed many of them are selling before being completed.  There are many "off market" sales, for both new and older homes that the current data does not account for - in the Pacific Palisades for example, unreported sales would account for about 15% of the market.  With inventory so tight we are constantly locating these opportunities for our buyer and seller clients.   

    The next six months into 2015 should continue to be steady but perhaps not as torrid as the last 12 months.  Appreciation at single digits, or even a flat market, is not a bad thing to help balance the market.  The high prevalence of newly constructed homes soon hitting the market will be really interesting to watch.  With values of tear down homes so high I can't help but believe that new home prices will also to have to be higher in order to make these ventures profitable for builders.  We will see how the market reacts to this.

    Lastly, our firm has a very strong international presence as we are now the exclusive Southern California affiliate of Savills, one of the world's largest international firms.  With over 500 worldwide offices we are able to effectively market our US AND international property listings all over the world.   In fact, I am currently listing an authentic Italian Villa in Capri, Italy (http://www.theagencyre.com/for-sale/22a-via-tragara-capri-italy/) for $9.5M Euro.  Located on Via Tragara, recently noted as one of the most scenic walk streets in the world, this is an exciting opportunity to help our clients worldwide.

    Thank you reading this everyone!  I really hope that we can connect soon, please feel free to call or email anytime.  Have a great summer.

    All the best,

    Jeffrey Sandorf

    THEAGENCY
    Redefining real estate

    Jeffrey T. Sandorf
    Associate-Broker
    m: 310.625.4099 | o: 424.835.7235
    e: jsandorf@theagencyre.com
    w: TheAgencyRE.com/JeffreySandorf
    BRE# 01396545

    Client reviews: http://www.trulia.com/profile/jeffreysandorf/

  • 6 Month Market Round-Up

    Posted Under: General Area in Pacific Palisades, Home Buying in Pacific Palisades, Home Selling in Pacific Palisades  |  July 19, 2014 11:54 AM  |  23 views  |  No comments

    Dear Friends, 

    I hope this email finds you well and enjoying the summer!  With the first six months of 2014 in the books I wanted to share with you some thoughts and insight into the current condition of the Los Angeles real estate market.  

    We continue to see a very tight housing inventory which has left many buyers competing with others for the same properties, more often than not resulting in multiple offers and sales prices over asking price.  In the Pacific Palisades for example, 44% of all home sales in 2014 year to date have been at or above the list price.  I am selling homes in all areas of the Westside of LA and have seen a similar phenomenon.  To be sure however, I do not see our market as frenzied or without fundamentals as the properties that buyers perceive as over-priced or that do not show well are sitting on the market.   Many sellers are attempting to test new pricing highs and buyers are definitely taking pause in these situations.

    Nonetheless, prices have steadily appreciated over the last several months as we are now seeing the average price in many neighborhoods surpassing the previous peak of 2006/2007.  This should not be surprising and was expected as the recovery of each past real estate cycle has also surpassed the prior pricing highs.   The yellow highlights on the chart at the bottom of this email (which notes the average price of a single family home in various areas of Los Angeles) denotes the peak average prices, per area, over the last 12 years.   

    As you can see virtually every LA neighborhood noted has seen an increase in the average price over 2013.  Some areas have seen as much as 20% plus average price gains this year including BHPO (+22%), Brentwood (+20%) and Los Feliz (+20%).  Others are posting strong numbers as well:  Cheviot Hills-Rancho (12%), Santa Monica (11%) and Pacific Palisades (16%).  The figures for Bel Air are astonishing as they are posting 73% price gains over 2013.  The data should be taken with a grain a salt as there were several very high-end sales in Bel Air which swung the data dramatically.

    A big differencebetween our current market and 2006/2007 is buyer financing.  The last time around lenders were allowing buyers/borrowers to place as little as 0% - 10% as a down payment with little or no underwriting. It seemed that anyone or everyone, qualified or not, was getting a loan and buying houses which over-fueled the market and created a price push without much substance.  This time around most loans, not all, require at least 20% down and lender underwriting guidelines are significantly tougher.  There is also a high prevalence of cash buyers.

    The biggest happenings in the market catching my eyes is the enormous amount of new speculative construction underway, the massive demand from builders for tear down properties and the high activity of "pocket/off-market" listings.  Drive through any residential area on the Westside and you are bound to see site after site of new construction - many of these homes are being shown to prospective buyers while under construction and indeed many of them are selling before being completed.  There are many "off market" sales, for both new and older homes that the current data does not account for - in the Pacific Palisades for example, unreported sales would account for about 15% of the market.  With inventory so tight we are constantly locating these opportunities for our buyer and seller clients.   

    The next six months into 2015 should continue to be steady but perhaps not as torrid as the last 12 months.  Appreciation at single digits, or even a flat market, is not a bad thing to help balance the market.  The high prevalence of newly constructed homes soon hitting the market will be really interesting to watch.  With values of tear down homes so high I can't help but believe that new home prices will also to have to be higher in order to make these ventures profitable for builders.  We will see how the market reacts to this.

    Lastly, our firm has a very strong international presence as we are now the exclusive Southern California affiliate of Savills, one of the world's largest international firms.  With over 500 worldwide offices we are able to effectively market our US AND international property listings all over the world.   In fact, I am currently listing an authentic Italian Villa in Capri, Italy (http://www.theagencyre.com/for-sale/22a-via-tragara-capri-italy/) for $9.5M Euro.  Located on Via Tragara, recently noted as one of the most scenic walk streets in the world, this is an exciting opportunity to help our clients worldwide.

    Thank you reading this everyone!  I really hope that we can connect soon, please feel free to call or email anytime.  Have a great summer.

    All the best,

    Jeffrey Sandorf

    THEAGENCY
    Redefining real estate

    Jeffrey T. Sandorf
    Associate-Broker
    m: 310.625.4099 | o: 424.835.7235
    e: jsandorf@theagencyre.com
    w: TheAgencyRE.com/JeffreySandorf
    BRE# 01396545

    Client reviews: http://www.trulia.com/profile/jeffreysandorf/

  • 6 Month Market Round-Up

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Brentwood, Home Selling in Brentwood, In My Neighborhood in Brentwood  |  July 19, 2014 11:52 AM  |  28 views  |  No comments
    With the first six months of 2014 in the books I wanted to share with you some thoughts and insight into the current condition of the Los Angeles real estate market.  

    We continue to see a very tight housing inventory which has left many buyers competing with others for the same properties, more often than not resulting in multiple offers and sales prices over asking price.  In the Pacific Palisades for example, 44% of all home sales in 2014 year to date have been at or above the list price.  I am selling homes in all areas of the Westside of LA and have seen a similar phenomenon.  To be sure however, I do not see our market as frenzied or without fundamentals as the properties that buyers perceive as over-priced or that do not show well are sitting on the market.   Many sellers are attempting to test new pricing highs and buyers are definitely taking pause in these situations.

    Nonetheless, prices have steadily appreciated over the last several months as we are now seeing the average price in many neighborhoods surpassing the previous peak of 2006/2007.  This should not be surprising and was expected as the recovery of each past real estate cycle has also surpassed the prior pricing highs.   The yellow highlights on the chart at the bottom of this email (which notes the average price of a single family home in various areas of Los Angeles) denotes the peak average prices, per area, over the last 12 years.   

    As you can see virtually every LA neighborhood noted has seen an increase in the average price over 2013.  Some areas have seen as much as 20% plus average price gains this year including BHPO (+22%), Brentwood (+20%) and Los Feliz (+20%).  Others are posting strong numbers as well:  Cheviot Hills-Rancho (12%), Santa Monica (11%) and Pacific Palisades (16%).  The figures for Bel Air are astonishing as they are posting 73% price gains over 2013.  The data should be taken with a grain a salt as there were several very high-end sales in Bel Air which swung the data dramatically.

    A big differencebetween our current market and 2006/2007 is buyer financing.  The last time around lenders were allowing buyers/borrowers to place as little as 0% - 10% as a down payment with little or no underwriting. It seemed that anyone or everyone, qualified or not, was getting a loan and buying houses which over-fueled the market and created a price push without much substance.  This time around most loans, not all, require at least 20% down and lender underwriting guidelines are significantly tougher.  There is also a high prevalence of cash buyers.

    The biggest happenings in the market catching my eyes is the enormous amount of new speculative construction underway, the massive demand from builders for tear down properties and the high activity of "pocket/off-market" listings.  Drive through any residential area on the Westside and you are bound to see site after site of new construction - many of these homes are being shown to prospective buyers while under construction and indeed many of them are selling before being completed.  There are many "off market" sales, for both new and older homes that the current data does not account for - in the Pacific Palisades for example, unreported sales would account for about 15% of the market.  With inventory so tight we are constantly locating these opportunities for our buyer and seller clients.   

    The next six months into 2015 should continue to be steady but perhaps not as torrid as the last 12 months.  Appreciation at single digits, or even a flat market, is not a bad thing to help balance the market.  The high prevalence of newly constructed homes soon hitting the market will be really interesting to watch.  With values of tear down homes so high I can't help but believe that new home prices will also to have to be higher in order to make these ventures profitable for builders.  We will see how the market reacts to this.

    Lastly, our firm has a very strong international presence as we are now the exclusive Southern California affiliate of Savills, one of the world's largest international firms.  With over 500 worldwide offices we are able to effectively market our US AND international property listings all over the world.   In fact, I am currently listing an authentic Italian Villa in Capri, Italy (http://www.theagencyre.com/for-sale/22a-via-tragara-capri-italy/) for $9.5M Euro.  Located on Via Tragara, recently noted as one of the most scenic walk streets in the world, this is an exciting opportunity to help our clients worldwide.

    Thank you reading this everyone!  I really hope that we can connect soon, please feel free to call or email anytime.  Have a great summer.

    All the best,

    Jeffrey Sandorf

    THEAGENCY
    Redefining real estate

    Jeffrey T. Sandorf
    Associate-Broker
    m: 310.625.4099 | o: 424.835.7235
    e: jsandorf@theagencyre.com
    w: TheAgencyRE.com/JeffreySandorf
    BRE# 01396545

    Client reviews: http://www.trulia.com/profile/jeffreysandorf/

  • New Construction Home Sales - Pacific Palisades

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Pacific Palisades, Home Selling in Pacific Palisades, In My Neighborhood in Pacific Palisades  |  February 23, 2014 11:18 AM  |  451 views  |  No comments

    Note: Home Sales for homes built and sold in 2013 or later
    Market Analysis Report

    Last Run: 02/23/2014 at 11:16:58 AM   Status: Active, Pending, Backup, Sold Sold Date: 1/1/2013 or later Areas: (15) Pacific Palisades Year Built: 2013 or more
     
    # of Listings
    Average DOM
    Low Price $
    Median Price $
    High Price $
    Average Price Total $
    *Avg. Price w/ Sq.Ft. $
    *Average Sq. Ft.
    *Avg. Price/Sq.Ft. $
    ***Avg. Price w/ LSZ $
    ***Average LSZ
    ***Average Price/LSZ $
    Average SP/Average LP
    Active
    7
    83
    3,695,000
    4,750,000
    12,999,000
    5,782,714
    5,782,714
    5,682
    1,017.73
    5,782,714
    9,566.14
    604.50
    --
    Backup
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Hold
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    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Pending
    1
    110
    3,600,000
    3,600,000
    3,600,000
    3,600,000
    3,600,000
    4,100
    878.05
    3,600,000
    6,499
    553.93
    --
    Sold LP
    13
    38
    2,665,000
    3,495,000
    16,999,000
    4,933,462
    4,933,462
    4,879.54
    1,011.05
    5,061,750
    9,187.33
    550.95
    --
    Sold SP **
    13
    38
    2,625,000
    3,385,000
    15,350,000
    4,759,923
    4,759,923
    4,879.54
    975.49
    4,874,500
    9,187.33
    530.57
    96.48%
    Expired
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Canceled
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    --
    Withdrawn
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