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Is Martin Luther King Day a Realtor Holiday?

Is Martin Luther King Day a Realtor Holiday?

Is Martin Luther King Day a Realtor holiday? This day began like any other day, hustle and bustle. We have a new Carmichael listing coming soon and we were busy getting the agreement signed. There are some legal overlays, so an attorney had to review. Both sellers have to sign it. We should be in MLS on market status by Friday. What a beautiful property, and be sure to read that post in a Coming Soon listing blog promotion. We should have photos next week.

Also, we received an offer on our Oak Park listing on 48th today, so we responded right away with a seller counter offer. Our escrows needed updating as they are in process. With appraisals due next week, we have our handyman getting them ready with smoke detectors and CO2 detectors. read more

What It’s Like to Be a Sacramento Home Buyer’s Realtor

to Be a Sacramento Home Buyer's Realtor

To be a successful Sacramento home buyer’s Realtor is a very important job. Because many agents sell homes, it does not mean they are excellent at their job. Selling homes takes two agents: a listing agent and a buyer’s agent. Often the stronger agent will get the job done for both sides. How can a seller’s agent help a buyer’s agent? Great question.  

As a listing agent, we make sure the time frames and contracts are completed, along with all the disclosures and reports. We can explain in detail how and why we are taking action. We make sure we have a 100% complete file and stellar record of all communications. Even if the buyer’s agent doesn’t know what she or he is doing, we will get the transaction completed, regardless. They can’t miss an important milestone, as we won’t let them.   read more

More About Getting the Edge When Buying Homes in Sacramento

A Tip for Getting the Edge When Buying Homes in Sacramento

A tip for getting the edge when buying homes in Sacramento. The italics below feature an excerpt from a blog Elizabeth wrote several years ago. It is the same thing happening today. Agents call and ask if we have offers. We say not yet, but expecting offers any moment. Offers are often sent in poorly written, missing information and without proof of funds. Why would an agent ever send in anything less than picture-perfect offers?

Sometimes the offers never even make it in to us. We follow up with every agent and help in any way we can. Make sure you have discussions about your offers before they are sent to the listing agent. This will help with some of the smaller issues. Enjoy. read more

Repair Requests Between Sacramento Realtors

Repair Requests Between Sacramento Realtors

Repair requests between Sacramento Realtors are how the process starts. A buyer’s agent starts the inspection reports for the buyer. Then the reports are reviewed by the buyer and the buyer’s agent. They create what I call a hit list but it is formally called a request for repairs. This request can be as little as smoke detectors to be installed to asking the seller to fix everything in the home inspection request.

The request is sent to the Seller’s agent. It is then reviewed by the seller. The seller is under no obligation to repair anything. In a seller’s market, a buyer would be wise to ask for very little. The negotiations now begin. Repair requests between Sacramento Realtors can make or break an escrow. read more

A Realtor’s Annual Physical

A Realtor's Annual Physical

A Realtor’s annual physical is always interesting. To learn all the things about your health is always interesting. You learn so much about how to improve all of your scores on the health profile.

What is important is that you have a physical and compare how other people you know with health issues are trying to improve their health.

If you are a Realtor and want to sell real estate for a very long time, a good idea is to complete a Realtor’s annual physical.

If you are interested in selling your real estate, please call Weintraub & Wallace Team with RE/MAX Gold at 916-233-6759. read more

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