Submitting Home buying offers in Sacramento 2020

Submitting Home buying offers in Sacramento 2020

Submitting home buying offers in Sacramento 2020 should be well-thought ou with a plan. The market is very competitive as inventory is down by a third, in many areas. What does this mean for homebuyers? Perseverance is the answer. understand your priorities. Be willing to compromise and invest in sweat equity. When buyers have very stringent criteria it is a challenging journey. To have it all you will pay dearly and may have to build a custom, which is not inexpensive. When you buy resale you are not paying top dollar for upgrades. read more

Sacramento County Housing Report for December 2019

Sacramento County Housing Report for December 2019

The Sacramento County Housing Report for December 2019 comes to us from team member Josh Amolsch. Josh is out there every day in the trenches, working relentlessly. He knows the inventory and how to find the homes his clients dream about. As a well seasoned professional Realtor, Josh knows the market pulse and shares his experience with you in his monthly market trends blog. Enjoy. — JaCi Wallace

The Sacramento County Housing Report for December 2019 includes only Sacramento County single-family homes. No other criteria are included in this particular report. This singular focus of sales gives us a deepened understanding of what is happening in our area. If you want to receive updates for a specific area, a ZIP code, multiple ZIP codes, multi-family properties, and / or land, sign up here for your Sacramento housing report by ZIP code. read more

Should Home Sellers Leave Garbage Cans Full?

Should Home Sellers Leave Garbage Cans Full?

Should home sellers leave garbage cans full? Well, the contract specifically states the seller shall remove all debris. If we really think about it the seller stops paying the garbage bill when we close escrow. The buyer is responsible for the ongoing garbage bill. I doubt any buyer is happy to push the garbage cans to the curb full of someone else’s garbage.

Another consideration is when buyers move in, they are going to produce packing paper galore and their own garbage from moving in. They really need the garbage cans empty, so they can throw away their own stuff. This is one of the seller’s last steps to close escrow. read more

Elk Grove Entry Level Home Prices

Elk Grove Entry Level Home Prices

Elk Grove entry-level home prices starting at $350,000 plus are getting hard to find. My niece is home shopping and an 1,100 sq foot home is $350,000. If you want a larger home, say, 1,400+ square feet, it’s going to cost more. Elk Grove schools are in high demand, and that is one of the factors why so many people are moving here.

I have been looking several times per day for homes. I found one property with a huge lot and 1,700 square feet. It needed a new roof, new HVAC and had no landscaping in a giant back yard. Did I mention it was a duplex, so it is not a free-standing home? The kitchen is small, featuring limited cabinets. Too many issues need attention. read more

A Happy New Year In Sacramento 2020

New Year In Sacramento 2020

A happy New Year in Sacramento 2020 needed just the right photo. This picture looks like these two women were having “too much fun,” as if there is such a thing as too much. After looking at well over 100 photos, I knew instantly this was the perfect photo. Elizabeth and I both appreciate great photos that help tell our stories. The right photo is so important.

It was a quiet celebration for me at home with 6 pounds of huge crab legs from the Elk Grove Costco. Elk Grove real estate is becoming more popular and, so of course, it was time for a Costco. Living in the rural part of the greater Elk Grove area and being 7 minutes from Costco is a real plus for this Sacramento Realtor. read more

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