Available Properties

Here at Fox Realty Group, we provide smooth experiences to buyers and sellers across Northern California. We can execute the sale or purchase of any property, including condos, multi-family buildings, townhomes, single-family homes, and commercial property. With over 20 years of professional real estate experience, we are sure to deliver a superior product from beginning to end, while providing excellent service along the way. Check out the list below to read about some common cities we serve.

 

Danville

Known as “The Heart of the San Ramon Valley,” Danville brings the small-town charm into the middle of the hustle and bustle of the Bay Area. Being only 30 miles east of San Francisco, this area is known to professionals as an outstanding area to live, work, and play.

  • Located in Contra Costa County
  • #1 on The 50 Safest Cities in California – 2019 by Safewise
  • 14th wealthiest zip code in America by Business Insider
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, STI: PopStats, and HdL Companies [Dec. 2019]):
    • Population: 43,996
    • Average age: 43.4
    • Land area (square miles): 18.03
    • Total housing units: 16,111
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.78
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 82.9
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,489
    • Average household income: $201,786
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 67%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Danville is 29.9% more expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 41.6% more expensive in Danville
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Danville is 25.7% more expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 45.5% more expensive in Danville

Danville schools

Dublin

Dublin is often recognized as one of the fastest growing cities in California. Dublin offers a vibrant place to live while also providing easy commutes to the Bay Area’s tech and business hotspots.

  • Located in Alameda County
  • Danville Unified School District ranks #33 out of 438 for Best School Districts in California
  • #7 in Money’s Best Places to Live 2018
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau [April 2020]):
    • Population: 72,589
    • Average age: 36.7
    • Land area (square miles): 15.23
    • Total housing units: 20,235
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.96
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 65.5
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,681
    • Average household income (in 2019 dollars): $150,299
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 66.3%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Dublin is 5.9% less expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home costs are 8.8% less expensive in Dublin
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Dublin is 20.1% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 28% less expensive in Dublin

Dublin Schools

Fremont
  • Located in Alameda County
  • 4th largest city by population in the Bay Area after San Jose, San Francisco, and Oakland
  • #4 in WalletHub’s Happiest Cities in America 2022
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 230,504
    • Average age: 38.3
    • Land area (square miles): 88.46
    • Total housing units, 2015-2019: 75,687
    • Occupancy size per household: 3.09
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied, 2015-2019: 60.7%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,345
    • Average household income (in 2019 dollars) 2015-2019: $133,354
    • % of residents that possess a college degree, 2015-2019: 57%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Fremont is 3.1% more expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 7.6% more expensive in Fremont
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Fremont is 9.1% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 9.0% less expensive in Fremont

Fremont Schools

Livermore
  • Located in Alameda County
  • #9 in WalletHub’s 2019 Best Small Cities in California
  • Named an All-America City in 2021 by the National Civic League, in which the city’s community-driven projects, such as addressing youth mental health, equity, inclusion, and social justice, and affordable housing and homelessness were recognized
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 87.955
    • Average age: 39.8
    • Land area (square miles): 26.45
    • Total housing units: 31,747
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.81
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 72.4%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,063
    • Average household income (in 2019 dollars) 2015-2019: $127,452
    • % of residents that possess a college degree, 2015-2019: 44%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Livermore is 15.4% less expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 22% less expensive in Livermore
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Livermore is 34.1% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 50.9% less expensive in Livermore

Livermore Schools

Newark
  • Located in Alameda County
  • #51 of 524 Best Suburbs for Young Professionals in California
  • #413 of 6,788 Most Diverse Suburbs in America
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 47.529
    • Average age: 37.1
    • Land area (square miles): 13.94
    • Total housing units: 14,047
    • Occupancy size per household: 3.35
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 68.8%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,277
    • Average household income (in 2019 dollars) 2015-2019: $116,856
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 33.6%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Newark is 9.2% less expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 11.4% less expensive in Newark
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Newark is 20% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 28.2% less expensive in Newark

Newark Schools

Pleasanton
  • Located in Alameda County
  • #4 in USA Today’s 2014 Best Cities to Live In
  • #3 of 127 Places with the Best Public Schools in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • #14 out of 524 Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in California
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 79,871
    • Average age: 42.4
    • Land area (square miles): 24.3
    • Total housing units: 29,011
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.81
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 69.9%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,396
    • Average household income (in 2019 dollars), 2015-2019: $156,400
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 64.9%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Pleasanton is 6.5% more expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 12.7% more expensive in Pleasanton
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Pleasanton is 6.2% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 4.2% less expensive in Pleasanton

Pleasanton Schools

Sacramento
  • Located in Sacramento County
  • #10 on CNN Money’s 2014 list of Least Stressed-Out Cities
  • #3 of 228 Most Diverse Cities in America
  • #79 in Best Cities for Young Professionals in America
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 524,943
    • Average age: 34.5
    • Land area (square miles): city is 99.8 square miles, metro area is 21,429.2 square miles
    • Total housing units: 185,331
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.66
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 48.5%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $1,263
    • Average household income: $62,335
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 33.1%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, Sacramento is 43.4% less expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 65.1% less expensive in Sacramento
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, Sacramento is 100.7% less expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 237.7% less expensive in Sacramento

Sacramento Schools

San Ramon
  • Located in Contra Costa County
  • #2 in Best Places to Live in Contra Costa County
  • #16 of 524 in Best Suburbs to Raise a Family in California
  • Quick data (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, [April 2020]):
    • Population: 84,605
    • Average age: 40.2
    • Land area (square miles): 18.72
    • Total housing units: 25,535
    • Occupancy size per household: 2.96
    • % of housing units that are owner occupied: 72.54%
    • Median gross rent, 2015-2019: $2,391
    • Average household income: $160,783
    • % of residents that possess a college degree: 70.6%

Cost of living at a glace (Source: bestplaces.net, 2022 Cost of Living):

  • Compared to San Jose, CA: Overall, San Ramon is 16.7% more expensive than San Jose (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 28.1% more expensive in San Ramon
  • Compared to San Francisco, CA: Overall, San Ramon is 2.8% more expensive than San Francisco (homeowner, no child care, taxes not considered). Median home cost is 8.8% more expensive in San Ramon

San Ramon Schools