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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Sacramento Realtor JaCi Wallace celebrates a milestone birthday in Elk Grove

Sacramento Realtor JaCi Wallace celebrates a milestone birthday in Elk Grove

  Sacramento Realtor JaCi Wallace celebrates a milestone birthday in Elk Grove at the Sheldon Inn. Celebrating a birthday with family felt so very special as with Covid-19; our get-togethers have been rare for the last 18 months. No one had Covid19 thus far. We were so blessed. Also, celebrating my job as a Realtor and licensed 27 years. What a journey. The is photo shows my handsome very tall son J.T. Bradley of Bradley Builders construction, my niece Candace in the Hawaiian dress, my baby sister Lisa in the blue top, and my sister Cathy with the pixie hair cut. My[...]
Difference between a Mortgage Prequalification letter and a Preapproval letter?

Difference between a Mortgage Prequalification letter and a Preapproval letter?

Difference between a Mortgage Prequalification letter and a Preapproval letter? Difference between a mortgage prequalification letter and a preapproval letter? This is a timely blog from our preferred lender, Dan Tharp with Guild Mortgage. Enjoy, JaCi Wallace. If your lender's approval letter is not worth the paper it's written on, it has no value. Unfortunately, this is something Realtors and sellers know all too well. And in an extremely hot seller's market, you need to make sure your offer, among many others, will stand out! Don't worry about which word lenders use. For example, some lenders use "prequalification," while others call the letter a "preapproval." What[...]
5 Lessons Competitive Rowing Taught Me About LIFE and MORTGAGES

5 Lessons Competitive Rowing Taught Me About LIFE and MORTGAGES

5  lessons competitive rowing taught me about LIFE and MORTGAGES is a very timely blog when thinking about Sacramento real estate loans. Having been in mortgage lending for almost 20 years now, I have seen a few things. Getting a mortgage is not a linear sales process, like ordering a burger and fries at your favorite fast food joint. It can be quick and reasonably easy or a complex layering of documents that require navigating dense and complicated underwriting rules. My job is to mitigate surprises and guide and educate my clients to the best possible result - which is easier[...]
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[...]
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