46 Condos For Sale in San Jose, CA

  • Private Condo With Garden
    3 Beds3 Baths1,441 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95126
    Kristy Hawley
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Upgraded Downtown Condo
    2 Beds2 Baths1,421 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95112
    Peninsula Gold
    Peninsula Gold
  • Condo In California Maison
    2 Beds3 Baths1,093 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95138
    Christina O'Neal
    Roundabout Real Estate
  • Condo In Downtown San Jose
    1 Bed1 Bath953 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95110
    Jasmine Lee
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Condo In Cherrywood
    2 Beds2 Baths831 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95132
    Coldwell Banker Realty
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Condo In Townsend
    2 Beds2 Baths988 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95131
    Liping Zhang
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Renovated 3-Bedroom Condo In Amber Grove Condominiums
    3 Beds3 Baths1,376 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95136
    Jackie Jones
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Private Condo With Fireplace
    2 Beds2 Baths966 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95131
    Cathy Wang
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • 2-Story Condo In Hayes
    3 Beds3 Baths1,452 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95136
    Rene Bhardwaj
    Epic Brokers Inc
  • 2-Bedroom Condo In Creekside Villa
    2 Beds3 Baths1,353 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95125
    Fred Oliver
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • 2-Bedroom Condo In Lynhaven
    2 Beds2 Baths986 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95128
    Paneez Kosarian
    eXp Realty of California, Inc
  • 2-Bedroom Condo In Edenvale
    2 Beds2 Baths1,229 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95123
    Faranak Niazmandi
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Renovated 2-Bedroom Condo In Renaissance
    2 Beds2 Baths850 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95134
    Mari Tamimi
    HomeSmart PV & Associates
  • Condo In Hampton Park
    2 Beds3 Baths1,213 Sq. Ft.
    San Jose, CA, 95131
    Poon Choi Chao
    Re/Max Champions
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Nearby Homes

San Jose, the Bay Area’s largest city, has homes available to fill a broad range of budgets and needs, from mobile homes priced below $100,000 to multi-million dollar mansions. There are, of course, many single-family homes available in the mid-range. Most of the available properties were built after 1950, and several are new within the past decade.

The city of San Jose is divided into several neighborhoods, including the aptly-named Downtown, Central, North, South, East and West areas. Willow Glen, Little Portugal, Winchester, Seven Trees, Coyote Valley, Blossom Valley, Rose Garden and Japantown are some of the area’s more beautiful-sounding communities. These are mostly residential neighborhoods with some businesses and schools. Willow Glen is a pleasant, historic neighborhood with both residential and commercial buildings situated on its tree-lined streets. Rose Garden is located near the center of San Jose and is a mostly gentrified residential and commercial area. Much of the architecture in this neighborhood is from the 1920s and ‘30s. Japantown is a historical area located north of Downtown. It has many shops and restaurants, not all of which are Japanese. Many of the areas that are considered part of San Jose are census-designated places which were annexed by the city.

The job market in San Jose is, not surprisingly, dominated by local government and tech companies. Major employers in this part of Silicon Valley include Cisco Systems, eBay, IBM and Adobe Systems, along with the County of Santa Clara, the City of San Jose and San Jose State University. The technology sector continues to grow, and the Bay Area is the top destination for technology companies of all kinds, from startups to industry leaders. The large population of the City of San Jose, which is the third-largest (by population) in California, ensures that service-related businesses, as well as education, government and health organizations, continue to provide employment for thousands of people.