Bob Evans

I have represented Buyers and Sellers of 521 properties in

San Francisco, San Mateo and Marin Counties since 1978. My

approach is to first determine my client's objectives then knowing

what needs to be accomplished, utilize the most advance Real

Estate Systems to complete those objectives. I stand for integrity,

strong business ethics and personal service from the 1st day to the completion of my clients' objectives.

Having SOLD Homes, Condos, TIC's and Multiple Unit Buildings,

each has presented me with a unique perspective and from these

successful experiences I have developed the ability to serve my

clients best interests regardless of "The Market".

Just like the Stock Market I have seen the rise and fall of the

Real Estate Market many times. Not one of my clients has lost

money because I know before each market change what is a

good buy and what is not. I have taken specialized training in

negotiation skills and Real Estate Appraisal. I received the "10

Most Dependable Real Estate Professionals of the San Francisco

Bay Area" from SF Magazine. My degree of SENIOR REAL ESTATE

SPECIALIST enables me to help people over 50 with their special

requirements.

I am here to help you, interview me before choosing your Realtor.

Let me put my expertise to work for you.

Real Estate Market Information

Albany, CA
Market Overview
Homes Owned: 3,532
Homes Rented: 4,075
Median Home Price: $444,500
Area Schools
Area Schools: 22
Best Score: 9/10
Average Score: 3.4

San Francisco Regional Office

1569 Sloat Boulevard, Suite 300 San Francisco CA 94132

Albany, CA

Take a closer look

Closest Airport
Metropolitan Oakland International
Closest College
EXPRESSION COLLEGE FOR DIGITAL ARTS
Closest Major Sports Team
Giants
Closest Junior College
BERKELEY CITY COLLEGE

Demographic Data | Albany, CA

Median Age: 36.58
Married: 34%
Households: 7,607

Overview

Population by Sex
9,012 Male
9,933 Female

Occupancy Types
369 Vacant
3,532 Owned
4,075 Rented

Employment

White/Blue Collar Jobs
3,632 White Collar
1,439 Blue Collar

Transportation to Work
67% Drive
19% Public Transportation
9% Walk/Bike/Other
5% Work from Home