Best Sacramento Real Estate Agent
Our Team attended our beloved Josh Amolsch’s picture-perfect beautiful wedding and the groom is a top producer Realtor. His gorgeous bride Victoria, was stunning. The backdrop, Lake Tahoe. Fabulous food, laughter plus champagne, and of course delicious cake pops were over the top delicious. When the pictures come in I will do a blog that will be sure to please.
What I can say is we all loved seeing Elizabeth. She looked fantastic, relaxed and fit. Her husband’s quick wit kept us laughing. They are a great couple and very enjoyable company. A great couple.
How your Realtor’s reputation will affect your success is not something most agents talk about. When you set out to purchase or sell a Sacramento home, you want a REALTOR who is knowledgeable, who will pay attention to your wants and needs, and who will work hard for you. You might not give much thought to your REALTOR’s® reputation among agents and others who serve the real estate industry.
The truth is, your REALTOR’s® reputation will play a big part in the success of your real estate transaction, from start to finish.
Seller signing escrow papers with a dog, my German Shepherd, at their side today was a sight to behold. This is not something I have ever done in over two decades of selling real estate. Well, there is a first for everything. I had booked an appointment today with the vet for my German Shepherd, Tangi at 9:45 AM with a quick chiropractor appointment for me after at 10: 00 AM. It is located 5 minutes from the vet’s office. What does all this have to do with a seller signing escrow papers with a dog? Well, everything.
A Wordless Wednesday in Sacramento.
If you would like to hire a team of real estate professionals who use every ounce of energy in a given day to ensure your home closes escrow, call Weintraub & Wallace Realtors at RE/MAX Gold, 916-233-6759.
— JaCi Wallace
In support of a cure for cancer, today’s blog comes to you from our exclusive buyer’s agent, Josh Almolsch:
Lately, I’ve begun to consider that inconvenience is a necessity. I am not saying that helping people is inconvenient. No way. I think the purpose of life is to support and serve each other. An excellent way to detect whether doing something is worthwhile is to be in touch with your “Inconvenience Meter.” Some of us tend to build walls around ourselves, including putting on blinders and grinding onto finish the next goal in front of us as a way to keep developing our lives; thus, reaching our goals. I personally do anyway.