A Few Words from Elizabeth Weintraub . . .

During my 40 years in the real estate business, I have had the pleasure of serving extraordinary sellers and buyers who deserve nothing less than my very best. There is no greater honor than to receive referrals from my previous clients, affirming that I have served them well. My commitment to excellence in Sacramento real estate is why I continue to rank in the top 10 agents.

I am a Land Park resident in Sacramento who represents buyers and sellers throughout the Sacramento Valley. I am honored that media recognizes me as the #1 local expert for Sacramento short sales, and you can order my book, The Short Sale Savior, at Barnes and Noble. Designations include Certified HAFA Specialist and Equator Certified Platinum for short sales. As a top producer Sacramento REALTOR, I specialize in selling Sacramento real estate in Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Placer County and Yolo County.

The links above will help you find targeted information. From more about my background in Sacramento real estate, to finding that perfect home, to reading my home buying articles for TheBalance, to searching for a short sale / bank-owned REO, you will discover each of the links contains valuable data.

We rock Sacramento Real Estate in the Central Valley of Northern California! Call Elizabeth Weintraub today to discuss your personal real estate needs at 916.233.6759.

Member of the Sacramento Board of Realtors, California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors. Outstanding Life Member of Master’s Club.

Why Customer Service is an Oxymoron

Why Customer Service is an Oxymoron

Ain't it the truth? If you want your real estate business to explode overnight, just go on vacation. What can happen in early January, you may ask? Oy. But between my laptop, my iPad and iPhone, I am never without communication of some sort. Unless, of course, I leave my phone in my at home, but then I still have my Apple Watch. That photo above is of the rabbit in the terminal at the Sacramento Airport. I know lots of people in Sacramento don't like it, but I find the structure attractive and invigorating.[...]
Adventures in Cooking Hawaiian Laulau in a Crockpot

Adventures in Cooking Hawaiian Laulau in a Crockpot

In many ways, Hawaiian food is foreign to mainlanders, but we can all agree that Hawaiian laulau in a crockpot is easy and simple. Just because it's unusual -- odd mostly because we use plants found in our yard -- doesn't mean it is not a very tasty dish. Laulau is really fabulous. It takes 8 hours to steam on low in the crockpot, so a little preplanning is necessary. The photo above, btw, is something I found online, not my finished dish. I did not take a photo of my Hawaiian laulau in a crockpot because it is not pretty.[...]
Kona Maka'eo Walking Path and Community Garden

Kona Maka'eo Walking Path and Community Garden

We found a sign at the Maka'eo Walking Path noting if we walked around the path 3 times, we'd surpass 2 miles of steps for the day. Oh, man, what did we do before we counted our steps and distances? Didn't we just walk, by putting one foot in front of the other without any goal to reach a certain number of steps before the end of the day? How did we ever make it through the day back in those dark ages without this knowledge? Apple knows. In fact, there is a way to turn off the STAND or BREATHE[...]
11 Months to Sell a Home in Davis, CA

11 Months to Sell a Home in Davis, CA

Not since the days of short sales that pretty much ended 8 years ago, I have never encountered such a difficult time to sell a home in Davis, CA. The sellers and I met in early March of last year; they were referred to me. Very nice people, and I sincerely wanted to help them receive top dollar for their home. Of course, part of the problem was they were certain they could get more for the home than I suggested. Fortunately, they owned the home free and clear, and had invested, according to the seller, a few hundred thousand. They[...]
The Vanillerie Tour in Kona Ends With Ice Cream

The Vanillerie Tour in Kona Ends With Ice Cream

My friends at the Kona Haven Coffee group mentioned The Vanillerie tour in Kona a few weeks back, and I had forgotten about it. They were a little vague about where the place was located, saying it was past the turnoff for Costco. But after I read the reviews online among the list of things to do in Kona, I thought my husband would enjoy it during his stay. At the beginning of the tour, Steve began the narration. We learned he has lived in Kona for 14 years and came here from Washington. It seems everybody we meet in Kona,[...]
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