Here is the house that investors and flippers have been waiting for: a Sacramento fixer home for sale in Rosemont. They say the biggest problem with opportunity is few recognize opportunity when opportunity comes knocking. Or they expect opportunity to change her clothes, lose weight, color her hair or somehow make herself more attractive when she’s beautiful just the way she is. In other words, a buyer doesn’t have to grind out every last dime in a transaction to make it worthwhile.
There is plenty of room in this sales price to do improvements and eventually sell the home to a first-time home buyer, if that’s your cup of tea. Or, you can buy the home for yourself, fix it up and live in it. As long as you’re able to tackle a Sacramento fixer home, have the rehab know-how, then knock yourself out. This is the home for you. The prices in that neighborhood are in the upper 200’s and lower 300’s. This 1963 Sacramento fixer home is listed at $245,000.
The sellers of a Sacramento duplex were referred to me by a previous client. With the exception of my internet marketing, all my other clients tend to come from referrals, but that’s what happens when a Sacramento Realtor has worked in the business for 40-some years. Veteran agents (who are also top producers) are not out there in the dirt, scratching for business. I thank my lucky stars every day for that.
The sellers are simply delightful people, and I truly enjoyed selling this duplex for them. When we met to discuss price, they thought my suggested listing price was too high. They had done a bit of research and were prepared to sell for much less. See, you can’t get values online. This is one of the main reasons to hire a good Sacramento Realtor who will tell you the truth about your sales price with her finger firmly placed on the pulse of the market. I can often predict the sales price that will attract a buyer. What I can’t always predict is exactly how high the bidding will go, but I can surely set the stage for multiple offers.
Ooooo, la, la, what a cute starter home in such a nice neighborhood near Elk Grove. This is a brand new listing for sale in Sacramento, and it’s affordable. This beautiful ranch would make a great place to call home for a first-time home buyer, an investor or even for retired people who are downsizing. It’s been meticulously maintained by the seller for over 30 years.
The seller painted the walls at some point, not a mark that I could find on them. The carpets are in great shape. Even the ceilings seem perfect, no cracks or imperfections. The roof is fairly new, maybe 10 years or so. This seller has kept on top of her home maintenance, and her family has helped her as well throughout the years.
I was pleasantly surprised when I pulled up to this duplex in Sacramento and waited for the sellers last Saturday. The roof looks to be in good condition, the siding is vinyl, and it seems very well maintained. This is an investment property that’s been owned by the sellers for many decades, held in a trust. The successor trustees are now selling the property.
Met with the lovely tenants on each side, and they have been living here for 3 years or more. Very cooperative, friendly and sweet people with small children. The place showed pretty well for having children. Everything was cleaned up and picked up, and the tenants are very agreeable to showings, unlike some tenants I don’t wanna talk about.
Coming home from my 6-week wor-cation in Hawaii yesterday means housekeeping my closed escrows like the investment rental in Sacramento that closed a few days ago. This particular seller contacted me on the first of November to talk about selling a home he bought in July of 2011 at the very bottom of the real estate market. He could not have picked a better time to leverage on the distressed sales in Sacramento at that time. He lucked out.
Since that time, he had been renting the home, and now he wanted to leverage his profit potential, so he went on the search for a top producer in Sacramento to handle the sale for him. When I showed up to meet with him and his wife, they were painting the interior. They hemmed and hawed a little bit when I walked in the door, and I could tell something was amiss. Something they didn’t want to say but was on their mind. So I asked them to share their thoughts, whatever those thoughts were, it was OK to ask me.