Sacramento Real Estate Trends for Summer 2021

Homeowners in and around Sacramento have had a heck of a year (well, so has everyone). People who were planning to move may have put their plans on hold while others lost their job and had problems making their house payment on time. Ah, COVID. Real estate trends haven’t been as predictable as you might … Continued

5 Ways to Sell Your Sacramento House in a Flooded Market

Selling your house in a flooded market can feel challenging. When an abundance of properties are listed, it’s difficult to stand out in the crowd. Given the low interest rates right now, a lot of people are trying to sell and cash in on their equity. Additionally, as mortgage forbearance comes to an end, more … Continued

What You Need to Know About Inheriting Real Estate in Sacramento

Inheriting real estate is rarely as wonderful as it appears in the movies. The responsibilities that come along with this gift can be extremely overwhelming, especially if you’re left older property in a state of disrepair. While your loved one may have had the best of intentions, inheriting a property could be an emotional and … Continued

Can You Sell Your House in 7 Days in Sacramento?

You just got a job in Chicago and you start in two weeks. Congrats! But what about your house? If you need the equity from your Sacramento home to buy one in another city, renting out the property is not on the table. In a perfect world you could sell your house in 7 days, … Continued

Where to Find MLS Listings in Sacramento

On the hunt for a new home? The multiple listing service, also called the MLS, keeps a list of every property officially listed through a licensed broker or agent. The hitch? Not just anybody can log and and start scrolling dream homes. MLS listings are officially only available to licensed real estate agents. But that … Continued

How to Create Storage Space at Home

Store Stuff Between Garage Joints Do you have a garage with exposed beams or an unfinished basement? We call that an opportunity. Screw wire shelving just underneath the joints to create a shelf that you can fill with baskets, boxes, and tubs. Those extra lightbulbs and extension cords suddenly have a place to live. For … Continued