Alameda County is one of the most high priced places to live in California with a cost of living adjustment score of 153.0. On top of being ranked the seventh-most expensive county, it also ranks as the 10th-wealthiest with a median income of $68,201 per household. Its three largest cities are Oakland, Fremont, and Hayward. With a median age of 44 years, homes in Alameda County tend to be older than most. Leading the list of top schools in the county are Proctor Elementary School, William Hopkins Junior High School, and Albany High School.
Some of the more expensive homes in California are in Alameda County with a median home value of $392,400 and an average list price for available homes currently at $729,391.
Out of all the listings in Alameda County, these have been viewed the most. So be sure to see what all the fuss is about with these fabulous homes.
The typical dwelling in Alameda County is a three-bedroom detached home worth about $768,686. To purchase a similar home, a buyer with good credit and a $153,737 cash down payment could obtain a mortgage with a 3.95% interest rate and a $3,030 monthly payment. The property tax rate is $7.10 per $1,000 of taxable assessed value.