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Oakland-Alameda, CA Home Builders

Listed in alphabetical order below, the Oakland-Alameda Area features 61 homebuilders currently building new construction homes in 103 communities.

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Toll Brothers, Lennar and TRI Pointe Homes are the three largest builders in the Oakland-Alameda Area. Each of these builders build in almost 10 Oakland Area communities each, so home shoppers can enjoy a high degree of flexibility when choosing the right builder, neighborhood and house plan for their new lifestyle.

There are many community clusters in the Oakland-Alameda Area. Home shoppers can find new construction houses almost everywhere in this fantastic place in the Bay Area, including in Walnut Creek, Pleasanton, Hayward and Daugherty.

People looking to build a new house in Oakland-Alameda can choose from 61 homebuilders to help make their dream home a reality. These Oakland-Alameda builders have a passion for quality construction, and have 398 new homes available for sale in 103 Oakland-Alameda communities.

Prices for new homes for sale in Oakland-Alameda range from $199,000 to $74,900,000. Because Oakland-Alameda has a diverse collection of homebuilders, home shoppers can easily find a builder that has a floorplan they love within their budget.

Large Oakland-Alameda homebuilders have large floorplan libraries that encompass a wide range of home styles, and can further customize their plans to meet your needs. Oakland-Alameda’s custom homebuilders can also design a beautiful new home for your needs.

Modern home styles are incredibly popular in the Oakland-Alameda Area, fusing clean lines and forms with more traditional Spanish Revival styles, creating a unique design. Stucco exteriors, accented by red tile roofs contrast beautifully with wide paneled, pastel siding covered homes that create a blend of home styles that embrace California eclecticism.