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Oakland is a popular port city on the West Coast. In fact, Oakland’s port is the busiest in all of Northern California and is located just six miles from San Francisco. The city is also the third largest in the Bay Area with a population of more than 390,000 people. Since the city was incorporated in 1852, it has been a rapidly growing community. If you are thinking about purchasing a home in Oakland, there is no better time than the present.

Downtown Oakland, including Jack London Square, is by far one of the most popular parts of the city. This is the city’s central business district but it is also a residential and industrial area. It is easy to find apartments and homes in this neighborhood.

East Oakland features several neighborhoods with real estate available. This is a diverse area with history dating back to production during World War II. Brookfield Village and Elmhurst are prominent residential areas here.

Near the shore of Lake Merritt lies the neighborhood of Adams Point. This community is adjacent to the downtown region, situated near the freeway. This area also has a few art deco buildings and parks.

Grand Lake District is also situated near northeast Lake Merritt, featuring several opportunities for shopping and visiting parks. Living here allows one to be close to many entertainment venues as well.

Oakland Hills, located in the eastern portion of the city, offers homes in the city’s elevated region. Real estate here offers fantastic views of the Bay Area.

With so many great neighborhoods to choose from, it is no wonder so many people are choosing to move to Oakland. It is an affordable and beautiful part of the Bay Area.
Average price in Oakland
Average price per  sq.feet  $555
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Average price per  sq.feet  $2.93
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