Sacramento homes for sale
You are going to love this home with a view of William Land Park from the front yard. Not only is this home beautiful and charming, but it is affordable for a first-time home buyer. While it is officially located in South Land Park, it sits a half block from Land Park. The location is perfect. Imagine living a half block away from William Land Park. It is also close to Starbucks and a terrific Mexican Restaurant with outdoor dining, Dali’s Kitchen.
My husband and I went there for lunch a few weekends ago and were impressed. Although I did ask for more jalapeños because mine just wasn’t hot enough. It’s got to scorch the tongue, you know. But the point is if I lived at this home with a view of William Land Park, I would be dining almost nightly at Dali’s Kitchen.
Finally, a home for sale in Sacramento that first-time home buyers can purchase and also get a credit to buyer for $4,000. The buyer can use that money to buy a new dishwasher and range. One of the seller’s disgruntled family members removed those appliances from the kitchen. There’s even enough money leftover to buy a brand new stainless refrigerator.
Need furniture? There’s quite a bit of abandoned furniture left in this home that is yours for the taking. Or, the buyer can sell it at a garage sale after closing escrow. A lot of the furniture is in fairly good shape. There is a sofa, a kitchen table with chairs, a couple of children’s beds, a few dressers.
You can spend hours combing through North Highlands homes for sale, or you can take a look at this new listing and just buy it. Why not? This home in North Highlands has everything you want and a little surprise that you might not be expecting in this price range. For starters, let’s look at the location. This street is a culdesac, which makes it’s a bit more private than other streets in this city. Yet, it’s right off Don Julio, not too far from Greenback, so it’s a short commute to reach the freeways. Which is pretty convenient, wouldn’t you say?
When you see Sacramento’s median housing price rose to $317,000 for April, you might wonder what you can buy for that and where can you buy it? Some of you might question whether we’re headed for a bubble, but that’s unlikely. Our median housing price was $374,000 at the height of the market in the summer of 2005. We’re a ways from that. Plus, lending is too restrictive now and many buyers are paying cash. If you’re thinking “bubble” forget those thoughts. Can’t blame the bubble.
All of my new listings are following a pattern in Sacramento real estate. It seems that I list 2 or 3 homes a week, put them on the market on Friday and by the following week we are pending, generally with multiple offers. It’s been this way all year. Can’t keep anything in inventory anymore, but then I do so much of my work upfront that buyers can’t help but want to buy my new listings. Everything is turnkey and ready to go.
This week’s new listings are in West Sacramento and Del Paso Manor, two completely different types of neighborhoods and homes, except for the fact each is remodeled. The home in West Sacramento was built in 2002, features 4 bedrooms and 2 baths, and a breathtakingly beautiful back yard. I kid you not. The sellers have spent a fortune on landscaping. It features a raised deck and spa, plus a pond and waterfall.