Open House Sunday

Open House Sunday at 204 White Oak Ln in Winters

home for sale in winters on white oak

204 White Oak Lane, Winters, CA

OK, besides touring the open house in Winters today, please know the elk head that is in the garage is going with the listing agent to its new home in Land Park. It doesn’t come with the home on 204 White Oak Lane. Don’t ask me why I’ve developed this affinity for a taxidermy elk head, but it’s got 5 points, which I think are the horn thingies (that make people all excited), and it’s a critter that my seller shot and killed with her own rifle. My husband, I should note, is not as enthusiastic about it as I. But he is supportive of my offbeat desires. read more

Open House Sunday at 204 White Oak Ln in Winters

Open Houses in Sacramento and Elk Grove

If you’re looking for open houses in Sacramento and Elk Grove today, I have a very nice selection for you — homes that are pretty much guaranteed to impress for a variety of reasons. The good part is if you’re out and about anyway, why not stop by? If you’re looking at homes in the area with your agent, ask your agent to bring you over. You’ve got nothing to lose, and you just might fall in love with the home of your dreams:

home in Wilhaggin

3892 Exmoor Circle, Sacramento, CA

Stately Pool Home in Wilhaggin

This beautiful stunner is a gracious one-story with an open floor plan in the entertainment area. The kitchen has been updated, featuring a wrap-around granite counter and gleaming hardwood flooring, plus a dining space, which overlooks the pool. This 1962 home has 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths, with roughly 2,700 square feet. Oversized family room shares space with the kitchen and the same fabulous view of the pool. The professionally landscaped yard, more than 1/3 of an acre, was once featured in the Sacramento Bee Lifestyle. read more

Open Houses in Sacramento and Elk Grove

Going to a Sacramento Open House Without an Agent

Open-House-Sacramento-300x193There is a reason why a Sacramento real estate agent might be reluctant to talk about mortgages. It’s not that we don’t know anything about mortgages, because we know a great deal; it’s because we are not a mortgage broker, and what we don’t know about mortgages can be very important to a buyer. Same thing when the tables are turned. Most mortgage brokers know a lot about real estate, but the things about buying real estate that could be very important to a home buyer, a mortgage broker might not know. read more

Going to a Sacramento Open House Without an Agent

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