2016 has shown to be another great year for real estate in Crocker Highlands as well as Oakland and the East Bay as a whole. Buyers are still flocking from San Francisco and the South Bay, hoping to get more bang for their buck on this side of the bridge. Prices are seeing increases and capturing more interest in neighborhoods like Crocker Highlands, Rockridge and Piedmont among others. Knowing the market inside and out has always helped me secure the listings that I do and earn the trust of my satisfied clients. I take pride in sharing this knowledge with my neighbors and friends and genuinely look forward to creating these marketing snapshots in hopes to better inform my community of current market conditions and provide general news about what we’ve been up to.
If you have any questions about the market where you live, are thinking about selling your home, downsizing (or just want to chat about real estate), please give me a call. Happy reading!
Anthony is now a twenty-six year resident of Crocker Highlands and has served his neighbors as their premier real estate agent for thirteen years. In an effort to provide unparalleled service, Anthony creates quarterly updates for his neighbors in Crocker Highlands, discussing market trends, neighborhood news as well as highlighting some of his significant sales. With more than 800 Sotheby’s locations around the world and over 25,000 agents, Anthony ranks in the top 0.5% of agent’s production worldwide for the first half of 2016. With sales of $40,000,000 during the first six months of this year, Anthony remains at the top of his game, proudly assisting hundreds of clients with one of the most important decisions of their lives.
During the first six months of 2016 sales prices increased from $609.00 per square foot to $707.00 per square foot versus last year. Sold price per square foot this year is a monumental increase in our homes’ values. To put this number in perspective, the average sold price per square foot in Crocker Highlands during the bottom of the recession was $340.00. Since coming out of the recession, the average sold price per square foot has more than doubled!