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In Alameda County there is a truly wonderful city known as Newark, California. Newark is an enclave surrounded by the City of Fremont, and is part of the Tri-City area. Home to approximately 44,200 residents, Newark was incorporated in 1955 and boasts a respectable sense of independence and self-determination. Among its many wonderful features, Newark is home to the Dumbarton Bridge, NewPark Mall, and excellent options for dining, entertainment and recreation.

Located in the San Francisco Bay Area, Newark is situated just north of Silicon Valley’s original boundaries. However, the Silicon Valley of today includes Newark and the other East Bay cities of Fremont and Union City. Near the western edge of Newark is the southern end of the San Francisco Bay and the eastern boundary of Newark is Interstate 880. Newark boasts a thriving economy in large part due to its central location which makes commuting and travel a breeze. Access to major thoroughfares, including State Route 84 which cuts through the city, also contributes to Newark’s popularity.

With a great location and many wonderful amenities and features, Newark is a great place to buy a home in the San Francisco Bay Area. Homes for sale in Newark vary in price depending upon the property’s age, size, architectural style and location within the city. Nearly two-thirds of the available real estate in Newark is single family homes. Single family homes for sale in Newark come in a broad price range that tops out around $1.3 million. The average listing price for a single family home in Newark is around $776,000. Condos and townhomes in Newark usually top out around $859,000 and have an average listing price around $554,700. There are only a few multi-family homes for sale in Newark and those have an average listing price around $1.1 million.

If you would like to buy a home in Newark, California, please do not hesitate to contact us today for assistance or more information.

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