Author Archives: BayApartmentBroker

About BayApartmentBroker

Nick Myerhoff is a Bay Area apartment market specialist and property manager. He owns and operates his own multi-family portfolio and assists clients and prospects with their purchases and exchanges of commercial real estate in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Searching for the Lost Oakland Culture in New Oakland

Oakland, California, located on the west coast, has been considered as the effective center that merges and portrays the rich culture of Africans with Americans. In the early Fifties Oakland was an entertainment hub and later during the Sixties with … Continue reading

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Telegraph Ave Renovated Units

Excellent 1 bedroom with loft, renovated This property was a target of mine starting about five to ten years ago. It’s a unique 1920’s style three story building right across the street from Alta Bates Medical Center in Oakland on … Continue reading

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Enterprise Zone program in California

The social and commercial landscapes of Oakland have changed rapidly in the last ten years. This is due to both deliberate changes designed to encourage business growth, as well as unconscious changes in public perception. The Enterprise Zone program was … Continue reading

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Top Ten Cities with High Rents

Wow, for once Oakland can say it beat San Francisco at something. Oakland had one of the highest apartment rent spikes in the U.S. I have always thought Oakland had great potential for rental properties. We are finally starting to … Continue reading

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Temescal District of Oakland

Oakland’s Temescal district radiates with energy even at lunchtime on weekdays.   Restaurants abound, the area is filled with families and couples at Bakesale Betty and Genova Delicatessen. It was a common sight (until they closed) to see tiny tots playing in the … Continue reading

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Myerhoff & Associates, Inc.

So I passed my broker exam and I’m in the car driving by properties that I own and manage in Oakland. I’ve been working towards this moment for months but sometimes wonder why? Property management is a difficult business to … Continue reading

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Oakland Art Murmur Goes National

Oakland has a prolific population of creative, cross cultural artisans that specialize in everything from music to food to graffiti and street art. Every month thousands of people gather for the city’s high-spirited art peek and street revelry on Telegraph Ave in … Continue reading

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Bay Area rents are rising in 2012

It seems like after six long years of stagnant rental growth the East Bay has finally got a run up in apartment rents. Driven by the strong tech job market in San Francisco and a flourishing new art and restaurant … Continue reading

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SOLD – 1550 Bridge St. 7-Units Oakland

1550 Bridge Street, Oakland, CA 94601 – IN ESCROW 10% Cash on Cash Return Turn-key Remodeled Building! – Offered at $735,000 PROPERTY SUMMARY The Bridge Street Apartments is a bread and butter, wood frame and stucco, seven unit apartment building. … Continue reading

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Rental Market in San Francisco is on Fire

The rental market in San Francisco has been on fire for months. I first noticed the trend around March 2011 when I called to get information on a nice little apartment building for sale in the Mission. The broker said … Continue reading

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