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December 2020 Sacramento Housing Market Update

December 2020 Sacramento Housing Market Update

December 2020 Sacramento Housing Market Update is another amazing blog by our own Josh Amolsch. This is probably the most interesting blog we have posted in the last year. Enjoy, -- JaCi. You should have heard my jaw hit the floor when I first saw the latest numbers from the December 2020 Sacramento housing market update. Maybe I should grow a beard to pad the jaw a little or start wearing a football helmet with a buckled-in chin strap because I sense that the fireworks will continue for the foreseeable future in the Sacramento-Roseville-Elk Grove area. Let's be real; everyone sees[...]
What You Should Know About Down Payment Gifts

What You Should Know About Down Payment Gifts

What you should know about down payment gifts with a mortgage is a fabulous blog written by our preferred lender, Dan Tharp.  Enjoy -- JaCi Wallace. With an extreme lack of inventory facing so many of my buyers right now, they need all the help they can get. The biggest obstacle for many is the lack of money for a down payment. Thankfully, one solution is to get some help in the form of a gift from a family member, close friend, or a charitable organization. As a mortgage professional, I have become very familiar with the IRS code on this topic.[...]
Twas The Week Before Something

Twas The Week Before Something

                      Twas the week before something is a fresh blog post written by our very own exclusive buyer's agent, Josh Amolsch. Enjoy. -- JaCi Wallace   Something is Stirring. 'Twas the week before something, and all through the land Shoppers were shopping, with mice in their hand But registers clanged for those who were about Yet wrinkly eyes were all they could tout For under the garment that covered their tongue Were smiles of hope, from both old and young From lighted-belled entryways and isles that sing Was glistening support of our dear neighboring And all the patter of footsteps that once was too much Was welcomed at last as they reach out to touch Then[...]
November 2020 Sacramento Area Housing Market Update

November 2020 Sacramento Area Housing Market Update

November 2020 Sacramento area housing market update is a real eye-opener and a must-read written by our very own Josh Amolsch.  Enjoy -- JaCi Wallace. The daily chatter I hear in the Sacramento area real estate trenches is that prices are too high. This conversation will likely be the same in a year, supplemented with regret of not buying a home when the opportunity was available. Prices are going to get higher, inventory will remain excruciatingly low and rates are not expected to go any lower than they are now.  If I were buying a home to replace the one[...]
Home values are up can you still afford to buy?

Home values are up can you still afford to buy?

Home values are up can you still afford to buy? This is a monthly post from our preferred lender, Dan Tharp, Enjoy as it's a good one! Home prices in California are going up and will probably continue to do so. Does that mean they are less affordable? The news can be misleading and confusing as it recently touted the significant move higher in the median home price, currently up 15% nationally versus last year. And 14.3% in Sacramento County, says the Sacramento Association of Realtors. 15% sounds awfully high. But the median home price does not measure appreciation. Instead, it marks[...]
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