Construction work revealed vintage signage for a long shuttered ice cream parlor at 2101 University Ave.
Thi two-bedroom, two-bath Oakland condo is the last available unit of six in a converted Methodist church, a historic landmark built in the early 1900s.
The Oakland-San Francisco-San Jose metro area is one of the top 20 homebuying markets in the country for single women, according to a new study.
It is generally not the best idea to sell a home "off-market," because fewer people learn about a home, which might limit the sales price. Sometimes, though, it works.
We asked real estate agents to put a value on the benefits of a nearby coffee shop, a Bay view or a soothing garden: all can make a big difference in the price of a home.
Another player has entered the burgeoning accessory dwelling unit market. Berkeley-based Avava makes prefab backyard homes that range in size from just 270 to 750 square feet.
Berkeleyside recently shadowed three agents — two seasoned veterans and one newcomer — to get insight into what they really do.
The 1920s home was built by Paul Theodore Beygrau, an artist, designer and jack of many trades, and is listed at $1,195,000.
Faced with a student housing crisis in the middle of a general housing crisis, Cal is jumping on public-private partnerships with local developers.
At Annabelle Candy Company in Hayward, business is sweet(s). The 67-year-old, 60-employee company still makes candy bars the old fashioned way.
A February 2016 proposal to build 43 condominium units at the Claremont Hotel on a parking lot is facing stiff opposition from Berkeley neighbors.
While San Francisco has numerous homes costing more — way more — than $4 million, the East Bay only has a handful at any given time.