Hayward Real Estate

Just east of the San Mateo Bridge, situated between San Leandro and Castro Valley to the north and northeast, and Union City to the south, is the East Bay city of Hayward California.  As the sixth largest city in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hayward is a busy, centrally located municipality with easy access to the Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and other Bay Area communities.

Learn more about real estate in Hayward, California.

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2141 Street E, HAYWARD CA 94541

2141 Street E,

MLS# 40762199

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Price: $1,500,000
MLS#: 40762199
Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2
Property Type: Single Family
Days on Market: 123 (Active)
Listing Office: Alain Pinel Realtors
Listing Agent: A.J. Cohen
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38 Stirling Way, HAYWARD CA 94542

38 Stirling Way,

MLS# 40762070

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Brand new energy efficient home ready NOW! No detail spared in this stunning...
Price: $1,379,950
Orig. Price: $1,440,307 - 4.2% Less
MLS#: 40762070
Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4
Property Type: Single Family
Days on Market: 124 (Active)
Listing Office: Meritage Homes
Listing Agent: Barry Grant
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With over 3200 acres devoted to industrial and business parks, and access to transportation via rail and sea, Hayward is a center for manufacturing, as well as sales and distribution operations.  Hayward is also home to the Hayward campus of California Sate University East Bay, which, in 2009, was rated by the Princeton Review as a “Best in the West” college for the sixth consecutive year.

The 1940s were booming times in Hayward.  As the economy grew, so did the population and the need for affordable housing.  Many of the early tract homes built in Hayward were built by David Bohannon and Oliver Rousseau, who also built many mid-century homes in San Francisco’s Sunset District.

Hayward Homes

A broad range of price points creates an interesting real estate market in Hayward.  The availability of affordable housing makes Hayward a popular house-hunting location for many first time homebuyers.  For high-end buyers, there are exclusive homes in the Hayward Hills, which is one of the several Alameda County areas listed on Forbes 2009 list of the 500 most expensive zip codes in the United States.

Contact East Bay Modern Real Estate for more information or assistance buying or selling a home or condo in Hayward, California.