During my 40 years in the real estate business, I have had the pleasure of serving extraordinary sellers and buyers who deserve nothing less than my very best. There is no greater honor than to receive referrals from my previous clients, affirming that I have served them well. My commitment to excellence is what continually ranks my performance in the top 1% of real estate agents. I sell millions every year.

I am a Land Park resident in Sacramento and represent buyers and sellers throughout the Sacramento Valley. I am honored that media recognizes me as the #1 local expert for Sacramento short sales, and you can find my book, The Short Sale Savior, at Barnes and Noble. I am a Certified HAFA Specialist and Equator Certified Platinum for short sales. As the top Sacramento short sale agent, I also list, negotiate and sell short sales in Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Placer County and Yolo County.

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A Private Sunset Cruise in Vanuatu at Havannah Resort

December 28, 2014 by Elizabeth

Havannah Harbor Sunset Cruise at Efate Island

What do you say to a native-born from Vanuatu who asks: what is America like? Do you launch into a public relations campaign, talking about the home of the free, land of the brave, where any person allegedly can become president? Or, do you say America is facing severe socio-economic problems, is a leading contributor to global warming, but it’s still the best place to live. That our middle class is pretty much wiped out, fourth-generation¬†farming families can’t afford to … Continue reading

Swimming with a Dugong Beats Finding Nemo in Vanuatu

December 27, 2014 by Elizabeth

dugong aka sea cow

Just to see a Florida manatee up-close in the wild of the Everglades last year was a treat, but imagine how it feels to be swimming alongside a sea mammal (sometimes confused with the manatee), called the dugong in Vanuatu. You can tell the difference between manatee and dugong, which are related to the elephant, by the shape of the tail. The dugong tail is shaped like a whale’s. But I wasn’t on a hunt for dugong. For a good … Continue reading

The American on Suicide Watch and Clownfish in Vanuatu

December 26, 2014 by Elizabeth

Reception The Havannah

Three blood-curdling screams should be enough for one day in Vanuatu. It’s a reflex, and I can’t help it. I suspect the staff is used to hearing such noises. It could be a guest falling off the cliff to her death, or somebody getting knifed in the gut or a roof caving in but we all know what guests in Vanuatu scream about, and it’s none of those things. Perhaps I should clarify and say guests who aren’t from Australia. … Continue reading

You’re Never Too Old to Learn to Snorkel in Vanuatu

December 25, 2014 by Elizabeth

The Havannah Resort grounds

An amazing thing happened yesterday when I discovered that I am indeed able to snorkel in Vanuatu. I had no idea it was possible. This was a revelation. My Aussie friends from the Eratap Resort encouraged me to at least put on a mask and stick my head in the water to see what I was missing. But I argued that I cannot snorkel, not in Vanuatu, not anywhere. It is not like I haven’t tried to snorkel in the … Continue reading

Musings From A Solo Traveler in Vanuatu on Christmas Day

December 24, 2014 by Elizabeth

Villa at Havannah Resort, Efrate Island

Some of the resort staff at The Havannah openly felt sorry for me last night at the Christmas Eve party. They said other solo travelers had admitted to feeling strange or out of place because they were not with another person, and they wanted to know if I was uncomfortable. While sweet in sentiment, it seems a bit chauvinistic to me to ask a woman that kind of question when they would not dream of asking a man and, in … Continue reading