Fusion Rental Market

Here is a list of all Fusion rentals from the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) since the first of this year: https://matrix.crmls.org/DE.asp?k=264669XJbFH&p=DE-520347420-94

In addition to helping our seller and buyer clients, we also help many owners at Fusion when they need to rent out their units. Since May, we have just rented our 3rd E/F plan at $3,795!

We provide you our service provider list to help get the unit “show ready”, and provide great marketing to get as many prospects through as possible! If you need help getting top dollar for your rental unit with the least hassle to you, give us a call today.


Fusion Condo for Lease! “A” Unit, Upgrades! $2550/month

Nice upgraded "A" plan for lease!

Nice upgraded "A" plan for lease!

Click the link for New Fusion Lease Listing Details!

Super nice “A” unit features 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths (one set upstairs, and one downstairs). The A unit is the smallest of Fusion Floor plans, but is very well-planned and efficient. If you don’t need a lot of space & want great complex amenities, this is the PERFECT place for you.

Newer gated condo complex features central air conditioning, community pool/spa, work out stations & even a picnic/bbq area!

Unit upgrades include: stainless steel appliances in kitchen, hardwood flooring downstairs, plush carpet on stairs and in bedrooms, closet organizer, and more! Large patio for outdoor entertaining. Includes refrigerator & stackable washer/dryer.

This unit has a 1-car detached garage (enclosed with a remote), and 1-car assigned open air parking.

Landlord “may” consider pets with deposit on a case by case basis. Fusion is a pet-friendly community in a great location, walk to shops, restaurants, gym & super easy freeway access. Approx. 2 miles from the beach.

This unit is in the middle of the complex, near the pool. Fusion is located in Hawthorne, but is right across the street from Manhattan Beach.

Please note: assessor’s data show 800 square feet, but builder’s data shows 1,003 square feet; tenant to verify.

All information deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

The Fusion Real Estate Signs on Aviation

Are these signs current?

There have been a lot of real estate signs hanging out in front of the complex for a while now–so many that on a recent lease listing I had, there was no room to post my sign (good thing for my internet marketing!). 

Well, at any rate, a recent Fusion buyer asked me if allof those signs are up to date, or have the agents forgotten to take them down?

I just cross-checked each sign with the Multiple Listing Service (“MLS”–this is where all the brokerages post their listings for sale). Here’s the scoop:

All of the signs posted out front are current. Some of the condos are for sale and some are for lease, some are “pending” or “back up” (e.g., under contract with a buyer). Agents leave the signs up during the escrow period in case something happens and the escrow falls through…it is the sign of a good listing agent who keeps marketing the property until the buyer has released all contingencies or better yet the last week of escrow.

As always, if you have any specific questions about Fusion Real Estate or if you need to sell your Fusion condo, give me a call to review your goals.

Another Successful Lease Secured at Fusion . . . Yay!!

If I could see into the future, it would sure make my job easier!

I know it’s worrisome for owners to wonder when & who the next tenant will be, especially when the property sits vacant. The days, weeks and months pass by and still no secured tenant. The ones who come and look say, “Oh, it’s too small” or “Doesn’t work for me” or “Don’t like the view from the patio” or “Too high on price, let me know if they’ll come down”, specifically on the A & B units “too small” or “need an attached garage”. It’s a buyers/tenant’s market right now, so many options for them!

By now I have leased & sold enough in here to know the objections from prospectives & tenants for each floor plan and location in the complex. The pricing is key, if you price it right (whether selling or leasing) the buyer/tenant pool will see it as a good value and be more likely to cause them to act. But pricing is a whole nother (is that a word??) blog topic.

I tell my landlords “hang in there” and “the right one will come” and “I don’t know when or who, but I know the next tenant will be a good fit for you”…I know that gets old when you’re on the hook for the mortgage.

But you do have to have faith that it will happen, it might not be exactly when you want it to happen, maybe not even on the terms you prefer (e.g., if you want a 1-year at $2900/month well, the best option from a well-qualified tenant might be a 6-month for a little less monthly rent).

In my business, I use checklists for everything. My greatest pleasure whether selling or leasing a property is taking the signs down, taking the lockbox off and having happy sellers/buyers and happy landlords/tenants. Check; done.