Best Sacramento Real Estate Agent
Attached is a 5-star Realtor team review for a Sacramento probate sale in the Boulevard Park area of Sacramento. This recent review was posted online from a very happy client. Reviews are so important and the highest compliment a client can provide.
09/13/2019 – Carson Zabel bought a condo home in 2019 in Boulevard Park, Sacramento, CA. Review for member: JaCi Wallace
- Local knowledge: 5 STARS
- Process expertise: 5 STARS
- Responsiveness: 5 STARS
- Negotiation skills: 5 STARS
JaCi & Crew: Thank you so much for everything. We are all so happy with the home and the neighborhood and the price and the painter and the locksmith …
Will discount internet real estate brokerages replace local Realtor experts? We recently took a listing as a seller found us online. She had previously been on the market three months. Poor seller made the mistake of hiring a discount internet Realtor.
She said they told her to buy a vendor combination key box, and she made flyers and showed the property. The property sat for these months while the seller made three house payments, paid HOA fees, utilities and maintenance costs. These ongoing expenses were triple the amount she potentially would have saved. If a property doesn’t sell with a discount brokerage, it doesn’t mean much. Happens a lot.
Market cycles in Sacramento real estate can be confusing to new buyers entering the Sacramento market. Homes fly off the shelves in some areas, and other areas may take a while. Take the condos in Alicante Villas for instance. The days on market for past closed sales in this complex are higher than the days on market for single family residences in the area.
What can buyers do to increase odds in their favor? Buyers need only do one thing, just conform to the market cycles. When your agent completes a market analysis on sales in an area you want to live, if homes are selling over list, offer over list. Buyers, whatever the trends, strike quick and aim to win every time you sign an offer.
Heatstroke in Sacramento is not uncommon when temps soar to 107 degrees. A Sacramento Realtor is often out showing property no matter what the temperatures are. Several listings have appointments only and that means I have to be there. On rural showings with horses, especially. Sellers always worry about their horses. Yesterday was a full day out working on the field appointments, so we were walking outdoors on ranches until 8:00 PM.
Two long days this week of working outside in that heat took its toll. Today I’m working indoors, though it has cooled off considerably. Keep hydrated and cool everyone as August 2019 has been a real scorcher so far. I’m definitely feeling a bit of heatstroke in Sacramento. I’m working on the computer marketing our listings over the weekend. There is always plenty to do. Our exclusive buyer’s agents are working all weekend holding open houses and showing properties. We have all the resources needed to offer great service to our clients, from within our team of talented professionals.
Agents writing offers that don’t cut the mustard seems to be the norm lately. What the buying public doesn’t know, all agents do not know what they are doing. Often when a buyer’s agent writes a very poor quality offer, the buyer thinks it is a good offer. She doesn’t understand when the offer is rejected. Why? Because her agent told her it was a great offer. When they lose, it is sour grapes. the listing agent is the scape-goat to blame. Listing Agent must have double-ended it? Not so. They had an agent friend who they let win? Not so. The simple truth, the buyer’s agent failed to write the highest and best offer.