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Screen on the Green 2016

Screen on the Green 2016

Posted by on Aug 16, 2016 in Events, Natomas, River Park | 0 comments

August is Screen on the Green time of year and there are a couple good movies lined up for this year. August 19th will be Milo and Otis at the South Natomas Park and August 20th will be Hook at Glen Hall Park in the River Park neighborhood. You can go to http://sacscreenonthegreen.com for all of the details. I happy to have an amazing group of neighbors and we run our own outdoor movie night block parties about 6 times a year. Screen on the Green can give you ideas on how to set up your own block party movie nights (or contact me and I’ll be happy to share what me and my neighbors...

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Recent Sales

Recent Sales

Posted by on Aug 15, 2016 in Just Sold | 0 comments

This has been an amazing year for real estate. It has been a great year to be a seller and a very tough year to be a buyer. The East Sac market has been at a historically low level of inventory for a while now but that is slowly starting to shift. I like to keep this blog mostly focused on the events in East Sac with just a sprinkling of real estate information and even less self promotion. This is one of my two post per year where I talk about my business. I’ve had a lot of great clients and the past 12 months have taken me all over the area. From Elk Grove to Auburn to Rescue and of course, a lot of business in East Sac, Midtown and the surrounding neighborhoods. I love being an East Sac agent but the reality is that I love helping people buy great houses wherever is best for them. Thanks again to all of my amazing clients for the referrals. I greatly appreciate the level of business I’m able to do without paying to put my face on billboards or bus benches as advertising. Here is the post card that was sent out for my past sale of an amazing house up in the foothill town of...

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Savor East Sac 2016

Savor East Sac 2016

Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in Chamber of Commerce, East Sac, Events, Restaurant | 0 comments

Savor East Sac is another great event that the East Sac Chamber of Commerce is putting on. This is a great opportunity to get out and enjoy many of the amazing restaurants, breweries and coffee houses in our neighborhood. Several East Sacramento restaurants are offer deals for the next 11 days such as Formula’s Bistro’s Burger Happy Hour (2 burgers and 1/2 bottle summer red wine for $25), Roxie Deli’s Half OFF Any Sandwich with purchase of any Sandwich of equal or greater value or the very simple $1.00 OFF Any Beer at Sactown Union Brewery! Get out in the great weather and enjoy some of the best food that East Sac has to...

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McKinley Village Pricing, Floor Plans and Updates

McKinley Village Pricing, Floor Plans and Updates

Posted by on Aug 1, 2016 in McKinley Village | 3 comments

Last Friday I went to the McKinley Village presentation to real estate agents. They also held a meeting over the weekend to present to prospective buyers. The floor plans and artist renderings of the property look nice and shiny. Unfortunately, the big concerns of the neighborhood for traffic and access to the development is going to be worse than projected . When they open the development for the first residents to move in they will only have one working access point. McKinley Village Way that will connect into C Street (just west of the change from Elvas Ave to C Street) between 40th and Tivoli Way will be the only access point for more than a year according to the presenter. The other access road point that goes over Business 80 and connects to 28th Street in midtown/Sutters Landing will only be usable for construction well into the development and sales of the properties. Another disappointment is the fact that the Alhambra bike/pedestrian tunnel that was proposed is not going to be part of the project. This means that all of traffic for the first year or more will have to come through one road and it greatly reduces the accessibility of the project. There were a lot of other details that were talked about and the project access was only addressed when I asked the questions. Now that I’ve gotten this out of my head and into my blog, I can talk about the rest of the details of the project. The project is still going to be 336 homes and they will have the model home grand opening on September 10th. They will start taking reservations for them on Saturday September 17th. The first releases of homes should be available to move in on October through December of this year. They have 2,000 people on their marketing list that are interested in getting updates and had 600 people signed up for last weekends presentation. Just like with an open house, I expect a good portion of these are just curious and want to know what is happening with the development instead of waiting in line to make a purchase. There are going to be 5 different groupings of properties in the development. Alder Parkside Flat are four 6-plex buildings with units from 1,537 to 2,536 square feet and prices ranging from the low $500,000’s to the low $700,000’s before upgrades. Birch Cottage Greens are zero lot line homes (kind of like Metro Square at H and 26th Street) that will have ally accessed garages. These range from 2,008 to 2,781 square feet and will be priced from the low $600,000’s to the high $600,000’s. The Cottonwood Park Homes will be the largest and most expensive properties. These will be the only traditional homes on regular lots. They will range from 2,292 to 3,172 square feet and price...

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