Following a record-setting second quarter, Alameda County’s $863,702 average home sale was still its second-highest ever.
With an average home sale of $724,713, Contra Costa County remained on pace with the area’s pricing for the past year and a half.
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At $912,754, Alameda County’s average home sale hit a new record high in Q2 2016.
Like neighboring Alameda County, Contra Costa County showed that the East Bay’s upward valuation hasn’t quite died down yet.
Like the more-affordably priced Sonoma and Napa Counties, the East Bay also put up Q1 numbers that were stronger—relatively speaking—than San Francisco, Marin County and the Mid-Peninsula.
At $640,696, Contra Costa County’s average sales price was up 7 percent year-over-year, continuing a trend of $600,000-plus pricing that’s existed for the better part of the past two years.