January 2020 Emeryville Real Estate & Rental Report: PPP Penthouse Lowered to $1.25M

Published On February 22, 2020 | By Nicole Gruen | In the Neighborhood, Real Estate

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 expensive city to rent in the Bay Area. The price of one bedroom units fell 4.8% to a median of $2,750, while two bedrooms increased 0.8% to $3,760.

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Market overview: Number of sales flat, new listings and days on market down

January 2020 Sales flat compared to 2019 data

Property Sales

January Property sales were 8, equal to the 8 sales in January of 2019 and -20.0% lower than the 10 sales last month. January 2020 sales were at a mid-level compared to January of 2019 and 2018.

Year to Year Sales and List price rise

Prices

The Median Sales Price in January was $525,000, up 16.7% from $450,000 in January of 2019 and down -18.0% from $640,000 last month. The Average Sales Price in January was $533,529, down -10.8% from $598,429 in January of 2019 and down -15.4% from $630,430 last month. January 2020 ASP was at the lowest level compared to January of 2019 and 2018.

Lowest January inventory compared to 2019 and 2018

Inventory & Monthly Supply of Inventory (MSI)

The Total Inventory of Properties available for sale as of January was 8, down from 9 last month and down from 14 in January of last year. January 2020 Inventory was at the lowest level compared to January of 2019 and 2018.

A comparatively lower MSI is more beneficial for sellers while a higher MSI is better for buyers. The January 2020 MSI of 1.0 months was at its lowest level compared with January of 2019 and 2018.

Listing of the Month – Penthouse Unit at Pacific Park Plaza

The most expensive high-rise penthouse in Emeryville remains on the market. 6363 Christie Ave, Unit 2825 boasts 1600 sq ft., 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, views of the bay and the hills, 2 parking spots and modern appliance upgrades. It’s offered at $1,250,000 – a price reduction of its initial offer price of $1,380,000. It last sold in 2018 for $957,500.

Courtesy of BridgeMLS

This report is prepared by Coldwell Banker Realtor Nicole Gruen. Nicole lives and works in Emeryville. Are you considering buying or selling a home? Contact her for a no pressure meeting: Email or call/text her at (510) 585-4444.

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About The Author

I love Emeryville! I moved here in 2012 (Hollis corridor). I was born and raised in Germany and moved to the US to work in High Tech. Early on I got burned in the stock market and started to invest in Real Estate. After a good run in the Silicon Valley, working for IBM, NVIDIA, etc. I transitioned to Real Estate and became a licensed Realtor. I love working with people to help them reach their goals: either market a home to yield the best price or help buyers find their best home. I not only work in Emeryville, but cover all of Alameda and Contra Costa County. For more info, check out my website: www.eastbayreal.com

One Response to January 2020 Emeryville Real Estate & Rental Report: PPP Penthouse Lowered to $1.25M

  1. $2750 a month in E-ville? Then why do we still see so many units in the high $1000s?

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