As a Fremont Real Estate AgentÂ http://www.TriCityHome.comÂ and Fremont Â Real Estate Broker Associate that sells Fremont homesÂ http://www.MyColdwellBankerHome.com, I am asked about home values and homes' proximity to BART quite a lot.Â
Homes near BART's new Warm Springs/South Fremont Station will include some of these popular Irvington residential areas. All of the homes south of Grimmer Park next to Grimmer Elementary School like Jamestown, Montrose, Continental, Independence, Jamestown, Yorktown, Charleston, Hopkins, Salem, Wilmington, Columbia, Salem, Jersey, Newport, Sumter, Norfolk and Savannah.Â
Â Also on the other side of 680 many homes close to the BART's New Warm Springs/South Fremont Station will be Parkmeadow, Ivy, Winding, Ponce, Ute, Onondaga, and many other streets next to and around Weibel Elementary School.
In spite of the fact that the noise and construction may invade the right to quiet enjoyment of the people who live in homes near it, BARTÂ stationsÂ on the other hand have been proven a very strong real estate value booster.Â
Â It is not certain whether or not the BART line will have an Irvington Station or not before it goes all the way down to Warm Springs. Cool as it may be for Irvington, we will not know until more beans have been counted so to speak regarding the funding for the project. You can always look at updates from--and even contact--project coordinators if you visit the BART web site. BART has come a long way and depending on the investment dollars, it may keep going. Â For now, that will be south, south east.