A Few Words from Elizabeth Weintraub . . .

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 in Sacramento real estate is why I continue to rank in the top 10 agents.

I am a Land Park resident in Sacramento who represents 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 order my book, The Short Sale Savior, at Barnes and Noble. I am a Certified HAFA Specialist and Equator Certified Platinum for short sales. As a top producer Sacramento REALTOR, I specialize in selling Sacramento real estate in Sacramento County, El Dorado County, Placer County and Yolo County.

The links above will help you find targeted information. From more about my background in Sacramento real estate, to finding that perfect home, to reading my home buying articles for About.com, to searching for a short sale / bank-owned REO, you will discover each of the links contains valuable data.

We rock Sacramento Real Estate in the Central Valley of Northern California! Call Elizabeth Weintraub today to discuss your personal real estate needs at 916.233.6759.

Are Homeless People a Material Fact in Midtown Sacramento?

Are Homeless People a Material Fact in Midtown Sacramento?

A home seller asked me recently: are homeless people a material fact when selling a home in Midtown Sacramento? She said she's lived in Midtown for so long that the homeless population in the area has become a fact of life, a daily occurrence, no different than the sun rising and setting every day. You come to expect it so you don't pay much attention to it. Homeless people are prominent near homes in Midtown Sacramento, as well as other areas of Sacramento, and all over the world. Except maybe for Cuba. You ask a Cuban about homeless people and they[...]
If You're Thinking About Moving to Sacramento

If You're Thinking About Moving to Sacramento

If you're thinking about moving to Sacramento, you probably need a relocation Realtor in Sacramento who can help. You've come to the right place. Not only do we work with relocation companies across the country through our affiliation with Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, but this top Sacramento Realtor has been through the scenario herself. I moved my real estate business to Sacramento in 2002 from Minneapolis. As such, I am intimately aware of the concerns of new home buyers who are moving to Sacramento. This knowledge can pave the way for a safe transition. It doesn't matter where[...]
The Life of a Top Sacramento Listing Specialist

The Life of a Top Sacramento Listing Specialist

Today is not a day that I feel like a top Sacramento listing specialist. Yet, the thing about being in the real estate business since the 1970s is I have developed thick skin, weathered many storms, survived plenty of heartache. Throw into that mix of regular real estate activity, the hundreds of short sales that I've personally negotiated and sold over the past 10 years alone, and you have the recipe for a very patient person. I attend to my job every single day, whether I feel like it or not, because that's why I remain a top Sacramento listing[...]
Park Place Natomas Condo SOLD at Record Price

Park Place Natomas Condo SOLD at Record Price

When I began working on the marketing verbiage for the Park Place Natomas condo in Regency Park, I noticed that I had typed the proverbial his-and-hers closets. Whoa. That seemed a bit discriminatory. Why are two closets called his-and-hers? For starters they are both hers, just ask any guy. Second, I don't want to leave out any buyers from consideration nor offend a soul. To be cute, I penned: Perfect for a roommate or couple, with his-and-his, hers-and-hers or his-and-hers closets, your choice. -- Side Note: Discrimination is a big thing in real estate, even if some agents disagree with the state[...]
Should You Buy a Home With a Solar City Lease?

Should You Buy a Home With a Solar City Lease?

Whether you should buy a home with a Solar City lease is pretty much a no brainer. It's cheaper than buying a home without a Solar City lease. It's not as cheap as it would be if you bought the panels outright, either through cash or a loan program. The problem with the loan program, of course, is some unscrupulous salespeople will tell you you don't have to pay it off when you sell the home but that is a lie. You do. No bank will finance the sale for a new buyer with a lien against it for solar. The[...]


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