Asked by: Encarnacion Ciprianoasked in category: General Last Updated: 15th June, 2020
Is the Bay area a nice place to live?
Correspondingly, what is the best place to live in the Bay Area?
Berkeley topped out the list as the best place to live in the Bay Area and also ranked the best suburb in California. Berkeley received a top grade in every category besides housing, crime and cost of living.
Subsequently, question is, where do families live in the Bay Area?
- West Menlo Park. Suburb of San Jose, CA.
- Loyola. Suburb of San Jose, CA.
- Los Altos Hills. Suburb of San Jose, CA.
- Monte Sereno. Suburb of San Jose, CA.
- Albany. Suburb of Oakland, CA.
- Palo Alto. Town in California.
- Moraga. Suburb of Oakland, CA.
- Mountain View. Town in California.
Also to know, what is a good salary in Bay Area?
The national median household income in 2017 was $61,372. This is well below San Francisco's median household income of $96,265. Because the average salary in San Francisco is much higher than the national average, it may seem like the Golden City is an especially lucrative locale.
Where is the cheapest place to live in the Bay Area?
Palo Alto continues to rank as third and with rents hovering at $3,150. On the “least expensive” side of things, Vallejo saw one-bedroom rents drop $20 to $1,380 and remains the most affordable city, followed by Santa Rosa, at $1,600, and Napa, where rents grew $20 to $1,670 but stayed third most affordable.