From Elizabeth Weintraub and JaCi Wallace:

During our collective decades in the real estate business, we have had the pleasure of serving extraordinary sellers and buyers who deserve nothing less than our very best. There is no greater honor than to receive referrals from our previous clients, affirming that we have served them well. Our commitment to excellence in Sacramento real estate is why we continue to rank in the top 1% of all agents in Sacramento.

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

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

Chairmans Club, A RE/MAX Award For A Top Sacramento Realtor Team

Chairmans Club, A RE/MAX Award For A Top Sacramento Realtor Team

Chairmans Club is a RE/MAX milestone award for a top Sacramento Realtor Team. This award was accepted for our team, Weintraub & Wallace, by Josh Amolsch. This was a year of hard work for all of us and of course change. At our international conference this week, the message clearly heard was to "embrace change." Our team lives that message in all we do, each day. Everyone contributed to our success over the last year. Without our group of agents, our assistant Adina, and our service providers this award would not have been possible. It means so much[...]
Sacramento County Housing Report for January 2020

Sacramento County Housing Report for January 2020

The Sacramento County Housing Report for January 2020 includes Sacramento County single-family homes. No other criteria are included in this particular report so that we can get a broad understanding of what is happening in our area. If you want to get updates for a specific area, even down to a ZIP code or multiple ZIP codes, or multi-family properties or land, sign up for Sacramento Home Sale Reports by ZIP Code.   One of the most important metrics in the Sacramento County Housing Report for January 2020 is that single-family homes are selling faster. The graph below shows 39 days is the average time on the market. Homes[...]
Buyer Cancels On A Home The  Day After

Buyer Cancels On A Home The Day After

When a buyer cancels on home the day after writing an offer this is always very disappointing for a seller. There are many reasons this can happen. Sometimes buyers are afraid they acted too quickly. Or they feel they settled for something they weren't really all that happy with as they were tired of looking. Sometimes its because the buyer's agent didn't share the information readily available. On my probate and trust listings, I always have pest and roof reports available and the disclosures and reports are attached to the listing. The buyer can then review the information while in the[...]
What do Groundhog Day and Superbowl share in 2020?

What do Groundhog Day and Superbowl share in 2020?

What do Groundhog Day and Superbowl share in 2020? Groundhog Day this year also coincides with the Superbowl. This is only the second time Super Bowl Sunday has fallen on Feb. 2. The last time was in 2014. On that day, Phil saw his shadow, and the Seattle Seahawks routed the Denver Broncos, 43-8. Phil’s prediction for six more weeks of winter that year was spot on, as brutally cold and snowy weather lasted well into March. -- The Washington Post Groundhog day always reminds me of Punxsutawney Phil and the movie with Bill Murray. Waking up with the same[...]
Does Leasing a Car Affect a Buyer's Ability to Buy a Home?

Does Leasing a Car Affect a Buyer's Ability to Buy a Home?

Does leasing a car affect a buyer's ability to buy a home? As a mortgage professional for almost 20 years, I know just about every gotcha that can cause an underwriter to deny your loan. We look at a borrower's monthly minimum obligations paid on debts. We take those minimum payments, including your proposed total mortgage payment (principal, interest, taxes, insurance, and private mortgage insurance). Then we divide this by your gross income. This debt-to-income ratio is the barometer we use to determine your ability to repay the mortgage. My wife, a college professor, texted me yesterday: "My friend, who is a business/finance professor[...]
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