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What are Condos and Townhomes Selling For in Alameda?

Here is the average price and one example of what you can get for that amount of money.

For a typical condominium or townhouse in Alameda, you can expect to spend about $620,000.

That's the average price right now of the five condos and townhomes listed for sale in Alameda on the Multiple Listing Service for East Bay Realtors.

What can you get for that amount of money?

One example is the townhouse at 301 Holly Oak Lane. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom unit is listed at $689,000.

The townhouse is 1,574 square feet. It was built in 1977 and has been on the market for about three weeks.

This information was provided by Rachael Hand, Broker Associate, Coldwell Banker and Director for the Contra Costa Board of Realtors. You can reach her at 925-372-8080 or rachael.hand@cbnorcal.com


Anne (McKereghan) DeBardeleben February 01, 2013 at 09:05 PM
I have to disagree with this post as the average condo/townhome price in the city of Alameda is not $620,000. The average sales price for a condo in Alameda in 2012 was closer to $300,000 where townhomes ran along $410,000 ranging closer to $450,000 in the last six months. One has to keep in mind the range of actual prices are wide as your talking about varying floor plans, locations and conditions. For instance, the Holly Oak example is one of the largest townhome models in that community at 2,427 sq ft. Your local Realtor can provide a comparative analysis for your home. If you don't know one you can find a list of local Realtors under Members at the Alameda Association of Realtors website.
Producer February 02, 2013 at 03:07 AM
I agree with Anne too. If my townhome was worth that much I'd be jumping for joy!
Deidre Dixon CRS February 02, 2013 at 04:01 PM
I concur with Ann DeBardeleben's analysis as an Alameda Realtor for doing business for the past 16 years, living in the community since 1975. This report is an innacurate depiction of the Alameda market. Please confirm statistics and check 'out of the area' sources by consulting with a local Realtor who can provide you with accurate current market values & realistic snapshot of our community.
Ari Soglin February 02, 2013 at 10:16 PM
Thanks for your feedback. We are providing a snapshot of what's on the market today. So, your figures of $300k for a condo in 2012 and $410k to $450k (more recently) for a townhouse in 2012 provide interesting context. We'll look at including that kind of data in our reports going forward.

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