Oakland, CA Real Estate
Oakland, California is located in Alameda County. Nearby cities and towns include Piedmont, Alameda, Emeryville, Moraga, Berkeley, Orinda, San Leandro, Albany, Ashland, Lafayette, Kensington, San Lorenzo, Cherryland, El Cerrito, Castro Valley, Saranap, Castle Hill, Acalanes Ridge, San Miguel, East Richmond Heights, Alamo, Reliez Valley, Fairview, Walnut Creek, Brisbane, Shell Ridge, Richmond, Norris Canyon, Contra Costa Centre, Alhambra Valley, El Sobrante, Hayward, Danville, Pleasant Hill, Rollingwood, San Pablo, North Gate, Pinole, Diablo, North Richmond, Belvedere, South San Francisco, Hercules, Tara Hills, Tiburon, Colma, Martinez, San Francisco, San Ramon, Montalvin Manor, Daly City, Pacheco, Bayview, Sausalito, Mountain View, Broadmoor, Vine Hill, Burlingame, San Bruno, Foster City, Millbrae, Blackhawk, Rodeo, Union City, Concord, Marin City, San Mateo, Strawberry, Port Costa, Crockett, Hillsborough, Camino Tassajara, Dublin, Alto, Clayton, Corte Madera, Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, Pacifica, Clyde, Belmont, Mill Valley, Benicia, Highlands-Baywood Park, Larkspur, Redwood City, Pleasanton, San Carlos, Muir Beach, Kentfield, Newark, Bay Point, Santa Venetia, San Rafael, North Fair Oaks, Fremont, Menlo Park, Ross, Vallejo, Emerald Lake Hills, Montara, Sunol, East Palo Alto, Pittsburg, San Anselmo, Atherton, El Granada, Moss Beach, Fairfax, Stinson Beach, and West Menlo Park. Oakland is an urban community with a population of 399,089. The median household income is $50,294. In Oakland, 35% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 30% of the households. Half the population of Oakland commutes 26 minutes or less to work, with 69% of residents holding white collar jobs and 31% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Oakland, CA is 50 years, with 36% of those homes owned, 56% rented, and 8% not occupied. In the previous year, 5774 Oakland properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Oakland in the previous year was $334,591.