This 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is close to the historic downtown Placerville district! Home has huge potential- bring your tools and do them yourself, you way. The fireplace insert in living room will keep you warm. The backyard has a covered patio and an area at the top for a garden or ??? Selling in present condition . Click HERE for more photos.
This article, written primarily for investors, offers up some great advice on purchasing homes located in Home Owner’s Associations. However, even for owner occupied buyers, the advice is still sound. Know what your HOA covers and restricts. These factors will affect your personal enjoyment of the property, its future value, and could limit your options later. Check out the article HERE and please feel free to contact our office for all your real estate needs. Our experienced agents can help you navigate through the process and make your home buying experience a pleasant one. Click here for my current listings.
After reading a July 7, 2014, article by Ben van der Meer, Staff Writer for the Sacramento Business Journal, a potential growth area for investors seems to be emerging.
The article points to job growth, high rental occupancy rates (as high as 96% in California), and increases in rental rates. These factors all lead to a shortage of rental space.
The most intriguing portion of Van der Meer article is a quote by Jay Denton of Axiometrics (an apartment data research firm). In the article Denton, reflecting on current growth rate, states, “Rent growth that’s expected on this pace is 5 to 6 percent, and it could be even stronger,” he said. “Simply because there’s not much new in the way of supply anytime soon.”
The article states further that “Within the region, Citrus Heights saw the greatest year-over-year gain in rents, 14.4 percent, going from a median of $869 a month to $995. Downtown Sacramento, which includes the popular midtown neighborhood, saw an 11.3 percent gain in occupancy to 92.3 percent, while the Arden Way corridor, at 96.8 percent, has the highest overall occupancy rate among submarkets.”
Good News for the Housing Market
“Closing” or “escrow” is listed as one of the top ten problem areas that occurs in a real estate transaction. It is probably the least understood, and most feared, aspect in a property purchase. Misunderstandings about closing costs can result in hundreds or even thousands of dollars of needless expenses, and put seemingly solid deals at risk. This final step to your purchasing a home or property can go smoothly if you take a few precautions beforehand. Knowing what questions to ask and reviewing all documents well in advance of the closing day will prepare you for a hassle-free and smooth closing.
Click Here for an article on getting answers to common closing and escrow questions to help make your home buying process go smoothly and perhaps to save you money in the process.
This 52+ acre parcel has unbelievable breath taking views of Folsom Lake. Tentative Map approved for 14 lots. The area is surrounded by several large upscale custom subdivisions. This truly is a special piece of property with tremendous potential. Seller may consider owner financing (subject to seller approval). MLS# 14028554. See more in HERE and then contact me at (916) 536-2220 for more details regarding this fabulous opportunity.
Fannie Mae is offering up to a 3.5% incentive for owner-occupant buyers who reqeust the incentive at their initial offer during the first Look period on select HomePath properties.
Check out HomePath.com for details regarding this fabulous opportunity.
On August 15, 2013, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) implemented the “Back to Work” program to help borrows that would otherwise not qualify for an FHA mortgage because of the FHA’s waiting periods for foreclosures, bankruptcies, deeds in lieu or short sales. This can be great form of financing for those buyers that meet the financial criteria. However, it’s imperative that both the buyer and realtor understand, and comply with, the housing counseling component of the program. For more information on the “Back to Work” program, please click HERE.