Most analysts agree the Bay Area real estate market is red hot right now.
Home prices have risen steadily this year and some experts see this trend continuing for two to three more years.
With that in mind, we'd thought we'd see if we could uncover a bargain or two out there.
In Newark, the least expensive single-family home we could find was this two-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 6733 Thornton Ave. It's listed at $299,000.
The house is listed as being built in 1905, but it has been completely renovated. It is 1,026 square feet and sits on about a fifth of an acre.
This home was featured a month ago in our oldest homes for sale story. It's still on the market.
Do you know of any other relatively inexpensive homes in Newark? Tell us about them in the comments section.
You can check out other houses in nearby communities on Fremont Patch and Union City Patch.
This information was provided by Rachael Hand, Broker Associate, Coldwell Banker and Director for the Contra Costa Board of Realtors (DRE 01450616). You can reach her at 925-372-8080 or email@example.com