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View all the open houses in West Contra County this weekend. Cities covered are Rodeo, Crockett, Hercules,Pinole,El Sobrante, Richmond, San Pablo.

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Giles and Elaine Kelliher have listed for sale a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home in Richmond

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Giles and Elaine Kelliher have listed for sale a three-bedroom, 2.5-bath home at 15 Crest Ave. in Richmond for $499,000.

The 3,100-square-foot house was built in 2003 in the Richmond South of Eastshore neighborhood located in the Point Richmond subdivision.
Mr. Kelliher is a staff process engineer at Novo Nordisk Delivery Technologies, a healthcare company and a world leader in diabetes care, where he also served as process engineer. He has also been affiliated with Aradigm and LifeScan Inc.-Johnson & Johnson.

He attended the University of Massachusetts-Lowell.

According to BlockShopper.com, there have been 1,336 home sales in Richmond during the past 12 months, with a median sale price of $135,000.

Address: Single Family15 Crest Avenue

Executive style 4 bedroom rental in Hercules close to the bay

Available now. Well maintained two story home in Victoria by the bay section of Hercules. Bus service to SF, minutes to HWY-4 and I-80. Visit http://www.jaynelle.com for full details and to schedule a viewing.

$3,100 Month – Click here for rental cost and requirements.

Recession Keeps Cities Growing – WSJ.com

Several of the nation’s biggest cities saw populations grow faster last year than any year in the 2000s as the recession and housing bust kept people from moving out of state or to the suburbs, the Census Bureau said.

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Recession Keeps Cities Growing – WSJ.com.