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.

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My Sellers Are In Europe Using WhatsApp To Close Escrow

My Sellers Are In Europe Using WhatsApp To Close Escrow

My sellers are in Europe using the WhatsApp. They tried several times to sign documents by email. The iPhones are not working there well except when using the WhatsApp. The property located at 8109 Sloughhouse Road in Elk Grove, CA 95624, was all set to close escrow, or so we thought. Before the sellers left for an extended vacation to Europe, we signed everything at the title company, and we checked in with the buyer's side for any additional documents. They said nope all good on their end. Unfortunately, a few things came up that needed signatures from the[...]
Closing Escrows In Rural Elk Grove, South County of Sacramento

Closing Escrows In Rural Elk Grove, South County of Sacramento

Closing escrows in rural Elk Grove, the southern part of Sacramento County, is one of many favorite places for selling real estate. There are many aspects to rural sales such as there are several environmental issues to be aware of. Be aware of the utility easements for power. The fire department has access as well. There are some areas of flooding to be aware of. Lenders have federal requirements for flood insurance certificates. Of course, if you buy with cash no insurance required, but use common sense as flooding repairs can be costly. Freshwater wells and septic tanks[...]
Being Named A Successor Trustee As A Professional Fiduciary

Being Named A Successor Trustee As A Professional Fiduciary

Being named a successor trustee as a Professional Fiduciary is a seriously responsible job. What made me think of this is I work with Professional Fiduciaries. They represent people who need representation as they don't have a family member or a friend they trust enough to take the job. Often, they have no family.   A Professional Fiduciary gets paid, of course. They go to doctors' appointments, hospital stays, pick up prescriptions. They even purchase memory foam mattresses to keep their clients more comfortable. It is not inexpensive to have professional care, but it is a lot less than[...]
A Creative Sink For A Sacramento Remodel

A Creative Sink For A Sacramento Remodel

A creative sink for a Sacramento remodel is an understatement. A client vacationing in Europe took this photo today while in Naples. It was in a restroom based inside a coffee shop. I love coffee so much and this would be such a fun idea, one that I would seriously consider. I think our Sacramento real estate team Instagram page would benefit from this idea to share. If you are thinking of remodeling and replacing that tired old bathroom sink, this would certainly be a conversation piece. I'm sure your house guests would all have interesting comments[...]
Treat the Realtor You Want to Hire With the Same Respect You Expect

Treat the Realtor You Want to Hire With the Same Respect You Expect

Treat the Realtor you want to hire with the same respect you expect for yourself is no different than the Golden Rule. Below is an excerpt from a blog my partner, Elizabeth Weintraub, wrote in August of 2012; it is in italics. As Realtors are paid to sell you a home, occasionally some clients feel that a Realtor doesn't deserve to be treated well. You know, sellers and buyers get paid to do their job and they would expect fair treatment in the workplace. I remember a situation where I was not treated fairly. I was trying to explain[...]
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