Two New Home Listings in Sacramento
Before I tell you about new home listings, let me share that I am sitting here in the waiting room in the basement of Mercy Hospital in East Sacramento. The hospital has WiFi. I am thrilled. My husband is here for a routine procedure, and I am not allowed to tell you anything about it. In fact, I’m not even sure he would want me to say that we are at the hospital. He says under no uncertain terms am I to say anything about his medical health, his checkups, his medical history or any kind of procedures that he may or may not be having.
Unlike woman, you know. We share everything with people. We go into excruciating detail. You wanna see photos? We’ll show you photos. Nothing is all that sacred. When the nurse poked her head through the door to inform me that my husband was comfortable and I could visit with him at bedside, I had my yogurt on my right, my cellphone at my left, my diet Pepsi on the chair rail and my laptop in my lap. Nope, I’m good. She picked up the Sacramento Bee from the floor and said he preferred to read the newspaper anyway and, besides, she looked at me sideways with that kind of smirking grin like she knows something I don’t, and added: “You’re addicted to that thing anyway,” and she marched away.
It would seem that my husband can talk about me and my quirky habits, but I am not allowed to discuss anything about him. Therefore, I am not going to talk about why I have to sit in the hospital waiting room as I type my morning blog, I’ll just get right to recent events.
I have two new listings that came on the market this morning. There is also an article that I believe will be published in the Sacramento Business Journal tomorrow that should feature some kind of insight from me and a photo of me with my Fair Oaks seller in his kitchen. It’s something about the market and the direction it is heading. I don’t really recall the interview because I talk to so many people every day. I just hope I said something intelligent that was selected for print and not one of my more doofus types of statements. I hope one eye doesn’t look bigger than the other in print, which sometimes happens to my eyes in photographs. Makes me look like an orangutan.
My Fair Oaks seller’s kitchen is beautiful, though. He just installed new granite counters, to complement the rest of the remodeling. The home is beautiful, but it’s the magnificent view of the forest in the back that will cement the deal for you. It will be open on Sunday from 2 to 4 PM. The address is 4552 Wawona Circle in Fair Oaks, and it’s offered for $359,000.
My second new listing is at 2636 Dobbins Way, just north of El Camino near Business 80. It’s located in a pocket of newer homes on a quiet cup-de-sac. The home features 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and was built in 2006. Best of all is the fabulous price of $159,000, and there is no HOA! It will also be held open on Sunday from 2:00 to 4:00 PM. If you would like information on new home listings, just give us a ring at 916.233.6759.