2016 Housing Market Update

My weekly column over at Rocklin & Roseville Today is titled, “2016 Housing Market Update” and is about the NAR projections presented at a recent real estate conference. If you are interested to hear how this year will compare to 2015 and why the changes, check it out.

3 Tips for Homebuyers

Check out Julie’s weekly real estate column, “3 Tips for Spring Homebuyers” over at Rocklin & Roseville Today. With more buyers expected to be looking this spring, now is the time to start getting prepared.

Live on a Lake – $199,900

8030 Arcade Lake Lane – Citrus Heights (95610):
Located in Citrus Heights is this great 2 master bedroom condo with over 1,700 square feet of living space. It has an attached two car garage and is located on the lake at Arcade Lake Condominiums. Leave the noise, hustle and bustle behind you and relax on your deck over the water. This is one of the largest units in the complex, is built over the water and is ready for you to move in with little to no work.  (More InformationVirtual TourPhotos)

                Offered by Julie Jalone at $199,900

Coming Soon! – Arcade Lake Condo

Located in Citrus Heights is this great 2 possible 3-bedroom condo with over 1,700 square feet of living space. It has an attached two car garage and is located on the lake at Arcade Lake Condominiums. Leave the noise, hustle and bustle behind you and relax on your deck over the water. This is one of the largest units in the complex, is built over the water and is ready for you to move in with little to no work. Check out the photos and if you or someone you know is interested let me know.

 

Checklist for First-Timer Buyers

My column over at Rocklin & Roseville Today is “2016 Checklist for First-Time Buyers” and is written to help anyone who is making a New Year’s resolution to buy a home. Check it out and let me know what you think.

Happy New Year!

Real Estate Column

My weekly real estate column for Rocklin & Roseville Today and Sacramento Today is based on a recent report from the Mortgage Bankers Association which concludes the real estate market is going to “Get Better” based on their research. I think they make some good points and if you are interested here is the link to Real Estate Market to “Get Better.”

Julie’s Real Estate Column

If you have not seen Julie’s local real estate column over at Rocklin & Roseville Today and Sacramento Today, check it out today and find out more about a proposed tax on Mortgages being considered in Congress. This tax will add over $8,000 in cost to purchase an average California home.

Great Home in Rocklin – Price Reduced

 
 


855 Calico Drive – Rocklin (Whitney Ranch):
  This over 2,400 square foot home features 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. The Master and two other bedrooms are on the first floor. The second floor includes a large bedroom, bathroom and open loft. The home is equipped with solar power and has low maintenance yard. The home is equipped with loads of upgrades including but not limited to upgraded appliances, granite counter tops, ceiling fans and custom lighting.
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        Offered by Julie Jalone at $469,900
(Reduced!)

Open House Saturday, 9/26 from 1 to 3 PM

855 Calico Drive – Rocklin (Whitney Ranch):  This over 2,400 square foot home features 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths. The Master and two other bedrooms are on the first floor. The second floor includes a large bedroom, bathroom and open loft. The home is equipped with solar power and has low maintenance yard. The home is equipped with loads of upgrades including but not limited to upgraded appliances, granite counter tops, ceiling fans and custom lighting.
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                         Offered by Julie Jalone at $475,000

Stop by and see this great home and say hello to Patti Rocha

Julie’s Column – Buying a Home

Check out Julie weekly real estate column, “Buying a Home: 5 Steps to Success” over at Rocklin & Roseville Today, the largest online newspaper in the area. Julie has been doing the column there for a number of years now.

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