Livermore is located in central California just east of the San Francisco Bay, in one of the state’s older winemaking regions. ... Read More
Livermore is located in central California just east of the San Francisco Bay, in one of the state’s older winemaking regions. People living in Livermore’s communities are never far from award-winning wineries, and the city’s historic downtown district offers plenty of cultural attractions. Livermore is also a technological hub, as the home of both Sandia National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Like the city itself, Livermore’s diverse housing options should appeal to virtually anyone.
There are plenty of new homes under development in Livermore. It doesn’t matter if an individual’s dream residence consists of a retirement community, a new townhome, or a luxurious family home;Livermore offers all of these options and more at various price points. The average price of a home in one of Livermore’s communities is $490,800. Both home prices and average resident income — which is $97,379, according to U.S. Census data from 2010 — have increased at least 25 percent over the last decade, which reflects the city’s strong growth. People moving to Livermore can expect to live in communities where the average resident is about 38.3 years old. People near this age will value Livermore’s high-ranked public schools and its efforts to create a pedestrian-friendly, active urban environment.
Livermore offers an appealing blend of culture, scenery, and new development, coupled with housing options to accommodate all ages and incomes. The city is an excellent place to invest in real estate or make a new home.
|Single Family||Coming Soon|
|Condo / Townhome||Coming Soon|
|Single Family||Mid $600's|
|Single Family||Low $700's|
|Single Family||Low $800's|
|Single Family||Low $900's|