Oakland Housing Market Stats
The real estate market in Oakland continues to post positive gains as buyers are lured by the booming business environment, rich cultural scene, and proximity to San Francisco. Oakland’s relative affordability continues to drive price appreciation, a trend we expect to see continue as we move into Q4. Homes stayed on the market for an average of 20 days, holding steady from Q3 2015 and Q3 2014. Average Sales Price for a single-family home was $939k in Q3 2016.
Many consider Piedmont Pines to be part of Montclair Village, and indeed, these two adjoining Oakland neighborhoods have many things in common. However, Piedmont Pines is a distinct community with its own proud and active neighborhood association…. (read more)
If there’s one word to describe the neighborhood of Adams Point, it’s diverse.
It’s populated by a wide mix of residents, from singles to young families to empty nesters. Homes and buildings in this neighborhood are also an eclectic mix of architectural types. (read more)
Temescal is one of Oakland’s oldest neighborhoods, with a history dating all the way back to the Peralta Grant of 1820. It started out as an independent village but joined the city of Oakland in 1897… (read more)
NOBE is short for North Oakland/Berkeley/Emeryville and is a term that collectively refers to specific communities in the North Oakland, Southwest Berkeley and Eastern Emeryville junction. (read more)
Two of the most coveted communities in Oakland share a name and a border: Rockridge (also known as Lower Rockridge) and Upper Rockridge. Offering distinctly different features and lifestyles, both communities represent the kind of diversity that may be found in the city of Oakland. (read more)
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