natomas real estate
This newer Natomas home in Parkwalk at Westshore received an aggressive offer the minute we dropped the price. When the seller indicated he preferred a faster sale, I prepared a in-depth study of the market. It was obvious to me the over $500K price point in Natomas was moving very slowly. All of the action is under that mark. Further, we had competition from brand new homes that were slowly selling, and this home was not yet a year old. Not hard to figure, do you want brand new or almost brand new? Most people pick brand new.
You may fall in love this smart home in Natomas for its beautiful upgrades but you will absolutely adore the high-technology touches throughout. Much of the electrical is smart and can be operated from your cellphone such as the dimmer switches, smart prewiring for ceiling fans, all of the electrical switches, including the garage door. Lock it and go.
The home is also prewired for a security system. There is a video doorbell. 7:1 surround sound speaker installation in the living room, with two additional speakers located in the master suite.
Some homes, like this gorgeous remodel in south Natomas for sale, simply blow you away. One look is all it will probably take for a buyer to fall in love. The seller has impeccable taste and she personally selected the improvements. Sleek, clean lines. Modern and contemporary. Very European, as well. Not a part of the place was overlooked. Not a door knob, not a faucet, nor a light fixture, it all blends and works seamlessly together. You certainly cannot tell this home was built in 1979.
You know how you see some remodels, and the sellers cut corners or remodeled everything except, say, the master bath. When they do remodels like that, it seems like they don’t care. The sellers rationalize it to themselves and say it gives the buyer the opportunity to finish the project, but buyers do not want to finish projects. Buyers want the work already done for them. It looks like they gave up when they don’t finish.
No joke, I hear this updated Astoria condo in Natomas is calling out to you. I hear it, saying psst, wouldn’t you love a secluded condo tucked away at the back of the complex with a marvelous view of the greenbelt and all of the upgrades you’ve ever wanted at an affordable price? Sure, why not. The view out the window of this condo looks like you’re living somewhere nice in Europe, in a small community where people trot by with their dogs, and the world is peaceful and quiet. It can take your mind off things.
Sellers sometimes ask: Elizabeth, how is it you know Natomas real estate so well when you live in Land Park? Partly I suppose they don’t realize that top producers sell all over the county and in neighboring counties. Not everybody realizes that an agent can be a neighborhood specialist without living on the street. It’s the professional knowledge and length of time in the business, not the location of the agent, that matters.
Besides, I’ve become intimately familiar with Natomas real estate during the downturn in Sacramento and all of the short sales in those neighborhoods. You can name a street, and I’ve probably sold a house in Natomas on it or near it. That’s why I was very excited when the seller of my new Natomas listing called. I explained that I’m still selling homes in Natomas even though I am on my wor-cation in Hawaii. I don’t have to be there in person to make the magic happen.