New Listing – 1258 Seymour Cir, Lincoln, CA 95648

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1258 Seymour Circle, Lincoln, CA 95648 $365,000


seymour circle

Questions please call or text Meghan Wood: (916) 871-5466 or email:

NO MELLO-ROOS! A rare find in Lincoln Crossing with an ideal open floor plan including a mini suite downstairs, kitchen that opens to family room, 3 car garage and a beautifully landscaped backyard. This family home retains the value of peaceful living while being conveniently close to shops, schools and transport. See more at: 1258 Seymour Circle, Lincoln, CA 95648.   Open house Saturday, September 20th 12pm – 3pm 

No Remodeling Project Left Undone

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During the past year along, new homeowners spent $18 billion on home improvements projects. From the simple, such as painting or flooring, to large-scale projects, such as additions or replace windows, this group of consumers made the most out of every pain brush, hammer, and two-by-four.


California Home Prices: A History


Over the past 42 years, homes prices have risen almost every year in California and they are back on the rise. History shows that home ownership in California in a solid long-term investment.



New Listing – 165 Lost Oak Ct, Roseville, CA 95661

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165 Lost Oak Ct, Roseville, CA 95661


Questions please call or text Shane Kriegel: (916) 346-8585 or email:

This custom tuscan style home showcases classic architectural details and a remarkably spacious and functional floor plan. The kitchen boasts top of the line appliances for the aspiring and professional chef. Wake up every morning and enjoy the sunrise on your deck off of the master bedroom overlooking your pool. With an exquisite arrangement of elegant features, rich spaces, and a magnificent landscape, this property captures the very essence of the luxurious California lifestyle. See more at: 165 Lost Oak Court, Roseville, CA 95661.


New Listing – 3897 Val Verde Rd, Loomis, CA 95650

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3897 Val Verde Rd, Loomis, CA 95650


Questions please call or text Shane Kriegel: (916) 346-8585 or email:

Rare find in the highly desirable Town of Loomis located close to top rated schools and downtown. This beautiful home comes with a stunning 4 to 6 car shop with a full bathroom, washer and dryer as well as a three sided RV port. The home has been updated with: new roof, new HVAC, cabinets, appliances, flooring, paint (interior & exterior), etc. Do not miss out on this amazing opportunity. Val Verde is one of the most sought after streets to live on in Loomis. See more at: 3897 Val Verde Rd, Loomis, CA 95650.

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New Listing – 1508 Kathy Way, Lincoln, CA 95648

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1508 Kathy Way, Lincoln, CA 956048

1508 Kathy Way Lincoln, CA

1508 Kathy Way, Lincoln, CA

Questions please call or text Meghan Wood: (916) 871-5466  or email:

A MOVE IN READY home that one would think was professional staged.The living is easy in this impressively remodeled home. Updated bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchen, new interior and exterior paint, garage floor, garage framed in and much more. This house screams ‘designer’ and will reflect the personality and taste of those accustomed to the best in quality design, finishes and lifestyle. - See more at: 1508 Kathy Way, Lincoln, CA

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New Listing – Commercial – 75 Natoma St., Folsom, CA 95630

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75 Natoma Street, Folsom

75 Natoma, Folsom

Questions please call or text Meghan Wood: (916) 871-5466  or email:

5900 square foot (net rentable sq ft) retail & office building located on the highly desirable Natoma Street (known as the Handley Building). C2 zoning & across the street from the City of Folsom Office complex. AC was replaced July 2013. Excellent opportunity for investor in a highly visible & prime location. Motivated seller. - See more at: 75 Natoma Street, Folsom – Listing.

Top 10 Overlooked Questions To Ask When Buying A Home

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Whether you are a first time or a seasoned buyer, purchasing a home can be stressful! Here are 10 questions that can be overlooked when buying a home.

Top Ten Home Buying Questions


Please feel free to give us a call if YOU have any questions about buying or selling a home.

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ReBlog: Zombies, Vampires & FHA (real estate event)

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My good friend and fellow real estate industry colleague just did a great little blog post about an upcoming event. The event is actually called Zombies, Vampires and FHA! Now you all know that I (along with my fellow Raz Room cohorts) did a little real estate Open House Zombie bombing this past year (here is the link if you missed the video). Ryan asked me if I could share a picture  or two for his video and blog post and of course I was honored. After learning a little about what the event includes I have to say it looks like one you will not want to miss. Do check out all of the detail about the event here!


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Homeownership Helps Boost Children’s Educational Achievement

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Parents who own their own home may be helping to boost their children’s educational achievements and even reduce behavioral problems, according to a new nationwide study. The research showed that for children living in owned homes rather than rental units, math achievement scores are up to 9 percent higher, reading achievement is up to 7 percent higher and behavioral problems are 1 to 3 percent lower. These results held true after the researchers took into account a multitude of factors that may have influenced the findings, such as the fact that homeowners earn more and have higher levels of education than renters.

Buying A Home Benefits Children

Homeownership seems to benefit children because the environments in homes – including such things as safety, maintenance and the availability of educational materials – are on average better than those in rental units, the study suggests. In addition, the greater stability of homeowners is good for children’s development.

Donald Haurin, professor of economics at Ohio State University conducted the study with R. Jean Haurin, a retired research scientist at Ohio State, and Toby Parcel, a former sociology professor at Ohio State now at Purdue University. Their results appear in the current issue of the journal Real Estate Economics.

But the benefits for children came from more than just the improved environment, he said. The remainder of the benefits may come from the fact that homeowners tend to stay in one place longer than renters. This stability means that children stay in the same schools, and parents and children invest more time in developing positive relationships with their neighbors and the community. This investment in neighbor and community relationships may promote positive child outcomes.

The benefits of homeownership were also shown by the fact that children did better the longer they lived in owned homes. “It’s a cumulative effect,” he said.


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