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City # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT OAKLAND 159 $300,000 $2,600,000 $626 BERKELEY 30 $297,000 $1,399,000 $810 WALNUT CREEK 80 $178,000 $1,679,000 $524 ALAMEDA 17 $419,000 $1,198,000 $632 ALBANY 5 $429,000 $599,000 $475 ANTIOCH 6 $205,000 $399,888 $342 CASTRO VALLEY 5 $386,000 $849,000 $542 CONCORD 23 $250,000 $725,000 $430 DANVILLE 11 $670,000 $1,650,000 $664 DUBLIN 18 $569,000 $1,198,000 $612 EMERYVILLE 19 $325,000 $999,000 $656 FREMONT 60 $409,000 $1,659,902 $666 HAYWARD 39 $329,000 $897,060 $515 HERCULES 5 $409,999 $599,999 $448 LIVERMORE 10 $319,900 $975,000 $500 MARTINEZ 13 $399,000 $860,575 $451 MORAGA 6 $439,000 $1,250,000 $471 NEWARK 2 $598,800 $1,098,000 $559 PITTSBURG 2 $350,000 $350,000 $384 PLEASANT HILL 2 $589,000 $665,000 $498 PLEASANTON 10 $415,000 $1,150,000 $647 RICHMOND 27 $189,999 $809,000 $487 SAN LEANDRO 9 $398,000 $849,888 $464 SAN PABLO 5 $245,000 $650,000 $321 SAN RAMON 12 $445,000 $1,150,000 $627 UNION CITY 15 $505,000 $845,000 $607
Oakland has more than 50 distinct neighborhoods and is home to several major corporations. With beautiful views of San Francisco and the Bay, Oakland provides an attractive alternative to higher home prices in San Francisco by offering many affordable condos, townhomes, and lofts. Upscale restaurants, many shopping areas, entertainment, and plenty of nightlife are an added plus to living in Oakland.
Berkeley has a large student population, with the University of California, Berkeley, being the top employer in the city, and strongly encourages biking and pedestrian commuting.
Living in Walnut Creek is like being on vacation year round. With parks, golfing, biking and hiking trails, wildlife museums, gardens, galleries, theaters, and historic sites, you'll always find places to go and things to do.
The top employers in Alameda include the United States Coast Guard, Alameda Unified School District, and Abbott Diabetes Care.
Albany, originally called Ocean View, offers top-rated schools, beautiful hill views, a pedestrian-friendly business district, and easy bus transportation to San Francisco.
One of California's oldest cities, Antioch has well established communities, as well as marinas, boatyards, yacht clubs, and parks for recreation. Located on the banks of the San Joaquin River, Antioch is an area that still offers affordable housing.
Rural Castro Valley has an excellent school system to offer and many activities in the parks, swimming lagoon, and lake.
Todos Santos Plaza, the hub of downtown Concord, is known for its farmers' market, free summer concerts, shops, and many restaurants where people come together for food and fun. Some call it the unofficial town gathering place, cozy, comfortable, and friendly.
Picturesque and quiet describes Danville. Located in the San Ramon Valley, locals can enjoy the Iron Horse Regional Trail, great for biking and hiking.
Dublin, the crossroads of the Bay area, is a growing city. Remodeling of shopping centers, the opening of Fallon Sports Park, new specialty grocery stores, restaurants, and apparel stores coming to the area. Look for more improvements at the Emerald Glen Park with its man-made lake and walking trails.
Located between Oakland and Berkeley, Emeryville has much to offer residents. Fine dining establishments, theatres, clubs, bars, shopping malls and parks with plenty of fishing and water sports all close at hand.
Plenty of fun things to do in Fremont with all their community parks and centers, historical sites, local waterpark, Lake Elizabeth, sports complex, and tennis and golf centers.
California State University, East Bay campus (pictured at left) is one of the top employers in the city of Hayward as well as the perfect location for panoramic views of the Bay.
Live by the water in beautiful Hercules, a city undergoing constant improvements in an on-going effort to revitalize the area.
Livermore is the Bay Area's easternmost city. Located in the foothills of Brushy Peak, it boasts a dry, Mediterranean climate and is the oldest wine growing region in California. The town has its own airport and maintains 2 championship golf courses. Historic Downtown Livermore offers a relaxed, quaint, pedestrian-friendly environment filled with sidewalk cafes, boutiques, theaters and a weekly farmer's market. Livermore is more single-family home centric than some other cities in ...
If you're looking for recreational activities, Martinez offers Rankin Park Pool, 16 ballfields, 17 parks with playground areas, tennis, bocce, and basketball courts, a marina, self-guided trails for hiking the hundreds of acres of open space, and a recently completed Skate Park.
Moraga is well known for their award-winning schools, attracting many people to the area. People are also drawn to the exquisite rolling hills that give the valley a serene aura.
The main shopping center in Newark is Newpark Mall with more than 150 stores. Anchor stores include Macy's, Target, Sears, J.C. Penny, and Burlington Coat Factory.
Pittsburg offers affordable living with easy commuting. Enjoy a lifestyle on the water or viewing the rolling hills. Pittsburg residents are dedicated to on-going redevelopment in the older downtown area as well as on the waterfront.
Pleasant Hill, a small town loaded with charm, is located along Interstate 680. Home to Diablo Valley College, the top employer in the city.
Pleasanton's small town lifestyle appeals to those who enjoy farmers markets, street fairs during the summer months, weekly concerts in the park, car shows, and county fairs.
Previously known as an industrial town, Richmond's major activity now is as a seaport. The top three employers in Richmond are Chevron, Kaiser Permanente, and Costco.
Fantastic water and hill views, mild climate year round, many parks and trails, and docking facilities draw new residents to the San Leandro area. Add to this, four shopping malls, fine restaurants, city pools, and The Monarch Bay Golf Club and you'll see why life in San Leandro is so pleasant.
The residential enclave of San Pablo is located just beyond Richmond, 13 miles north of Oakland. The city is home to the campus of Contra Costa College, and was awarded the 2014 National Civic League All-America City Award for outstanding civic accomplishments. A rapid bus transit system traverses San Pablo Avenue, connecting to the El Cerrito del Norte BART station. You'll find mostly low-rise and townhome developments in San Pablo.
Chevron, AT&T, and Robert Half International are the top three employers in the continually growing San Ramon.
Just minutes from San Francisco, this diverse community offers both affordable and upscale homes in charming neighborhoods. Enjoy their many parks, sports fields, and recreational activities.
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Last Updated: 2021-10-21