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Real Estate

Emeryville property sales were up, prices were high and and inventory remained low in this month’s Real Estate & Rental Report. New Legislature Hopes to Shift Housing Landscape in California Following his failed recall attempt,...

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Traditionally, the real estate market tends to slow down in fall with lower inventory and less competition. The pandemic continues to defy historic trends and many experts predict a strong end to the year with...

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The so-called Bay Area “exodus” appears to have tapered off and average Emeryville rents have climbed approximately 13% since bottoming out in December 2020. Despite this increase, rents for 1-bedroom units are still down 19%...

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The local Real Estate Market remained hot in April likely due to undersupply and still historically low, albeit rising, interest rates. Condominium prices remain stable and are selling near all-time highs. Available single-family homes, which...

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When the shelter in place order was announced in March 2020, the real estate market in the bay area came to a halt. Without initial guidance on how to market and show listings, many sellers...

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The Real Estate market in the Bay Area continues to defy logic and remain hot despite the ongoing pandemic. While Single Family Homes remain the most coveted type of property, the condo market is showing...

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A tumultuous year for our world and for Real Estate markets came to an end last week. Buoyed by more flexible work-from-home policies, suburban communities with single-family homes stock saw a surge in home sales...

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Despite the ongoing Pandemic, the housing market in the U.S. and the Bay Area remains hot. Despite high unemployment, Bay Area home prices are up 16% from the year prior. Mortgage rates remain at historic...

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The rapid shift to a work-from-home model where more professionals are free to move to neighborhoods without considering commute, is threatening to disrupt the Real Estate market. How this will pan out longterm for “commuter-friendly”...

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Real Estate sales in May nearly came to a halt with only 3 closings for the month despite high inventory. Meanwhile, list and sales prices for these units rose sharply. Emeryville rents showed only modest...

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Two months into the global pandemic and we’re starting to see the local impacts it is having on the real estate and rental markets. Home sales have predictably declined as restrictions have eliminated open houses...

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Our March report might be considered the “calm before the storm” as it was a bit premature to capture the volatility some are expecting due to the ongoing pandemic and the government response to it....

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The Emeryville home market kicked off 2020 with slightly lower rents and a persistently low inventory of for-sale units. Median Rents for 1 Bedroom down, 2 Bedroom slightly higher Emeryville ranked as the 8th most...

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The Real Estate & Rental Report for Dec. 2019 saw a decline in sales inventory and an increase in median prices while rents finished down 4% for the year. Median Rents Up Slightly to End...

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Inventory for Emeryville properties remains low with only about 17 current listings. It would take less than two months to sell all the current listings. Median Rents on Slightly Downward Trend As we enter into...

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Our July, 2019 Emeryville Real Estate Report touches on further trends in the local Real Estate Market. Reflecting the direction in the broader region, Emeryville listings and sales prices saw incremental declines. A drop in...

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In our June, 2019 Emeryville Real Estate Report, we profile three City of Emeryville Below Market Rate (BMR) units that have recently hit the market. Meanwhile, a local news source is reporting that home sales...

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Both rents and home prices in Emeryville saw a decline in May. Real Estate sales were strong compared to May last year. Median Rents Drop Slightly Emeryville ranked as the seventh most expensive city to...

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A vast majority of properties for sale in Emeryville are either condos or townhomes. In April, a rarity, two detached, single-family homes closed. The way these homes were priced, marketed and in the end, sold,...

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January posted the lowest median list price in Emeryville in over a year at just $419,500. Numbers were a bit higher in February though with more two bedroom condos and townhomes hitting the market. Finding a...

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One of the most telling data points of 2018 might be Average Days on Market (ADM). 2018 began at a mere 10 ADM in January but ended up at 35 ADM by December. Clearly there...

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Single family homes in Emeryville are a very desired commodity. In October, Emeryville saw two sales of single family homes which is rarity. 5855 Vallejo Street listed for $749,000 and sold for $950,000 within 13...

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The month of September saw a fairly steep decline in home sales in our city. My personal theory is that people have been apprehensive because of the election, rising interest rates and volatility in the...

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The most common real estate question for many prospective buyers is anticipating when the market will “cool down”. When will it shift to a buyer’s market? In general, a couple of things point towards this...

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