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Fri Nov 7, 2014
Brwilliams answered:
There are many factors that go into the cost of a land survey. Further there are many different types of land survey services. If your only looking for property corners or a topographic survey of the property that is a very high number. Im a surveyor in the area and can help. Give me a call. ... more
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Mon Jul 22, 2013
Ben Johnston answered:
It is very important to recognize these buyers and respond with low sales pressure. This is still someone who wants to buy a home. These buyers must be given information without sales pressure. ESPECIALLY if they are Generation Y. I specialize in first time home buyers and have several INFORMATIONAL systems in place to answer all of their questions in the "just looking" or educational phase. The business from this person is earned with trust, they will let you know when they are ready, just be sure to help them along the way and give them the information they want when they want it. ... more
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Tue Apr 2, 2013
dbrh_lloyd answered:
I have lived in Kavala Ranch for 5 yrs and I love it. It is growing with the new housing going up, but it is a very nice community. They are building a park area with tables, bbq's and walking trails. The only thing that I wish they would do is build a little shopping area so that we wouldn't have to go so far, but we have been told that the more people that move in the area the sooner they will develop a shopping area, (grocery store, etc). I am not sure but we only pay Mello Roos in our area and no HOA in Kavala Ranch. Hope you consider Kavala Ranch the houses are going up fast and they are all sold. New models are coming in.....happy hunting.... ... more
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Fri Apr 2, 2010
Rachelle Osborne answered:
Hi Susie,

There are a few things that are different from El Dorado County vs Folsom. First, water is not metered yet in Folsom, but there have been discussions that this could change in the future. Currently Folsom is a flat rate for water and garbage. You pay about $93.00 per month currently. When in El Dorado County you pay seperate for metered water monthly on top of the garbage. Secondly in Folsom you have Smud and PGE for electric and gas. Everyones bill is going to be different depending on usage, and how many people in the house but on average for a 2000 sq ft house we pay in winter about 150 for smud and maybe 50 for pge. Now that spring is here, we average about 40-50 for smud and about 30-40 for pge. For the older homes I know it can get higher too. In some areas of El Dorado County you have PGE with Electric and Suburban Propane for gas. My bills in El Dorado County when I lived there were much higher and Suburban Propane can be very costly. Sounds like you might already live there and might know this? I hope this helps. Obviously as rates change all the time there are no guarantees but I was pleasantly suprised moving to Foslom from El Dorado County. Both are beautiful places to live and offer unique benefits. So you have to decide what is most important to you.

If you need help in the buying process. I would love to help. I'm very familar with both areas.


Rachelle Osborne
Lyon Real Estate
Brokers Associate
916-337-4049
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