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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Lockbox Use in Sacramento Real Estate

Lockbox Use in Sacramento Real Estate

Lockbox Use In Sacramento Real Estate Lockbox use in Sacramento Real Estate is not as simple as you may think. Recently, we had a lockbox on a listing that was set up to use, as per the seller's signed instructions. The buyer's agents were to send in prequalification and proof of funds before booking an appointment. To add an extra layer of security, I use what is called a  CBS code. This code, which is the secondary access code that an agent needs to access the lockbox.  This code is not given out until after the necessary paperwork is submitted. You might[...]
Use This Little Known Trick to Make a Non-Contingent Offer!

Use This Little Known Trick to Make a Non-Contingent Offer!

Use This Little Known Trick to Make a Non-Contingent Offer! If you haven't noticed, we are in the middle of a very hot seller's market. The 2020 pandemic caused thousands of home sellers to pull their home offers off the market, fearful of strangers entering their homes. At the start of the pandemic, 1.49 million existing homes were on the market for sale. A whole year later, that number dropped to just over 1 million. Combine the lack of homes with lower interest rates and a whole new perspective on what we want out of our living space, and the demand[...]
When You've Got to Climb the Fence to Get That Lockbox

When You've Got to Climb the Fence to Get That Lockbox

  When you've got to climb a fence to get that lockbox is a blog written by Elizabeth Weintraub, and it is timeless. Lockboxes to this day are put in very odd places. Enjoy. JaCi You think that by locking your gate, you are keeping intruders out of your yard; think again. Maybe you're keeping the deer and the antelope at bay, but if somebody really wants to get into your yard, say, even a gym-challenged, 59-year-old, 5-foot woman, anybody can probably scale that fence if she was smart about it. Well, yeah, determination counts, too. I am typically a pretty determined[...]
Realtor Ethics in Sacramento Real Estate

Realtor Ethics in Sacramento Real Estate

Realtor ethics in Sacramento real estate, either you have them, or you don't. A fiduciary relationship requires honest and fair dealings between a Realtor and clients.  In fact, an agency relationship is, in essence, not putting your needs in front of another. It is why you can't double end your own home if you are acting as the Realtor/Seller. How can you put a buyer's needs above your own when it's your home? Make this blunder, and your E&O may not cover it, should your escrow go awry.  That being said, our code of ethics requires us to treat everyone,[...]
Don't Be That Desperate Homebuyer!

Don't Be That Desperate Homebuyer!

Don't Be That Desperate Homebuyer Don't be that desperate homeowner! This is a fabulous blog from our premiere mortgage partner, Dan Tharp. Enjoy, ---JaCi.  When the governor announced the shelter-in-place order in March of 2020, my business came to a screeching halt. My buyers that were in contract feared the worst; that values would plummet, they could lose their jobs or, worse, get sick. Maybe they shouldn't move forward with the biggest purchase of their life. My agent partners were scared too - Not just about this imposing pandemic, but also their livelihoods - these were dark days as consumer sentiment[...]
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