Home Selling Sacramento

Tuesday, Time To Celebrate If Buyers Sign Docs?

Time to Celebrate

Tuesday, time to celebrate If buyers sign docs? Whoa, slow down. So buyers signing loan documents to purchase a home and closing are two different things. Of course, many times closing escrow happens more often than not.

Ok, so what can happen to stop the recording and hold up a close of escrow? The buyer does a walkthrough of the property they are buying and guess what? If a property is a mess and the seller has removed items they were supposed to leave such as washer dryer and refrigerator, it may not close. This is just one scenario. A buyer only has to call escrow and say do not record and the entire process comes to a dead stop. read more

Downsizing to a Smaller Home

home Downsizing

Home downsizing to a smaller home is a blog that Elizabeth Weintraub wrote for another publication, Enjoy. JaCi Wallace.

Sometimes bigger isn’t better, and I have come to that conclusion in my own life. At one point, I owned a ranch home that was 8,600 square feet. For just two of us and one cat. It was enormous and way too much space for me to handle. Just walking from the kitchen to the bedrooms was a trek. I actually considered installing a moving walkway until I realized how incredibly silly and stupid it would be. read more

Rockin Real Estate Race in Sacramento

Rockin Real Estate

A rocking real estate race in Sacramento felt much like I was in the thoroughbred races at Cal Expo. When you have multiple appointments out in Sacramento real estate from 9 am – 7 pm, it keeps us running. There are also hundreds of emails to work on every day. The phone calls keep coming and we triage with top priorities. In between appointments when you have a few minutes while driving, we try to get a call or two completed. With our team of professional Realtors, we have resources to ensure nothing slips through the cracks. read more

Sacramento May Market Housing Trends 2019

Sacramento May Market

Sacramento May market housing trends 2019 show a continuing seller’s market dominance. There is 18% less inventory than 1 year ago at the same time. With a continuing 1.4 months of inventory with no sign of an inventory increase, The market will continue to squeeze the buyers over the summer. There is no visible trend that inventory is increasing.

Buyers better get realistic on clean offers and doing whatever it takes to win. This is a rude awakening to buyer’s agents. Buyers better get your real estate offer toolbelt on. Sharpen your tool belt and hold on, as it is going to be a rough and wild ride. Buyers who are looking for a deal, it is not going to happen. read more

Sizzling Advertising Words to Sell Your Home

Sell Your Home

This article below about how to sell your home using sizzling advertising words was previously written by my partner, Elizabeth Weintraub, for another website. This classic advertising advice is timeless, Enjoy. — JaCi

“There is an art to writing attention-grabbing headlines and stimulating ad copy, but I suspect some agents are so busy taking listings these days that few stop to give more than a few moment’s thought to their advertising copy. In older neighborhoods, for example, often the type of home is misidentified. Sometimes I see high-water bungalows identified as Victorians or a Four-Square called a bungalow. That shows the agent is clueless. On top of that, I see lots of ad copy that is vanilla and boring. read more

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