Any buyers/investors of East Palo Alto?


#61

Some Oakland house went up 5-7 times since 2010. Hard to say which is better


#62

Looking backwards is a waste of time


#63

Indians don’t live in EPA (except few in newer developments). But Indians own maaaany properies in EPA.


#64

Thats what my argument is. There are fundamentals that are preventing EPA from growing compared to rest of the cities in the neighborhood . And these fundamentals are working.

I think the strongest one among them, especially when compared to Oakland, is availability of better alternatives right next door. RWC, SC, MV and others took away all the growth.


#65

Posting in this thread again as it’s more relevant.

https://www.bizjournals.com/sanfrancisco/news/2018/08/09/these-bay-area-cities-are-joining-the-1-million.html


#66

https://www.zillow.com/pacifica-ca/home-values/


#67

The article says Daly City and Brisbane are about to join the million dollar club. Newark already is in the club. Did not know that. :cry:


#68

Why you crying?


#69

I like Newark, but now it’s slipping away from me… :cry:


#70

Brisbane has been million dollar all the time. It’s not cheap


#71

#72

I think you can still get something in Newark for 800k or less.


#73

Not unless it is backing to the freeway or something like that. Newark values have gone up quite a bit due to Facebook. Schools are not good either.


#74

Research before you speak. This one sold under 800k and not backed up to anything.


#75

And these… too many to choose from… :rofl:


#76

Please take a close look yourself. It’s right next to some restaurant.


#77

What about the other 3? Are they all next to some restaurant? Stop nitpicking.


#78

:smile: Two of them are bang next to some schools and the third one is a 1.5 bath that backs to a busy road.


#79

Too picky!!! :rofl:


#80

I have been looking closely in Newark and Fremont. Homes that are in good condition are still selling for good prices.