Owning a home has great financial benefits, yet many continue to rent! Today, let’s look at the financial reasons why owning a home of your own has been a part of the American Dream for the entirety of America’s existence. Realtor....Read More
Emeryville is a small and inviting community situated up on Alameda County’s northwest side. Conveniently wedged in between the cities of Oakland and Berkeley, and positioned right along the bay front, it’s hard to find a more appealing location than what Emeryville has to offer, especially given its close proximity to Interstate 80 and the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge. And if you’re not somebody who loves to drive, Emeryville also has plenty of public transit options that run into either San Francisco or nearby Oakland, only adding to its convenience and appeal.
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While Emeryville certainly features a plethora of housing options that should be suitable for just about any East Bay home buyer, condos and lofts for sale in town really offer a great value. Townhouses are also common throughout the Emeryville area, but if you prefer a smaller bungalow or even a larger detached single-family home, buyers shouldn’t have too much trouble finding something that fits all their needs and wants. And for added perspective, recent real estate statistics in 2017 had the median home value in Emeryville just under $508,000, which is a great starting point compared to homes and condos across the bridge in San Francisco.
Despite having a population of only about 10,000 people, Emeryville is also home to countless major brands and corporations, just some of which include Pixar, Peet’s Coffee & Tea, Jamba Juice, and a growing list of tech-companies and start-ups. Silicon Valley, Downtown San Francisco, Downtown Oakland, and the University of California - Berkeley are also all just minutes from the Emeryville community, and it seems that on-going commercial development throughout the community is always bringing something new to the area from a shopping, dining, or entertainment standpoint as well.