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Fri Jan 9, 2015
Derek Jones answered:
Were these homes managed by a property management company? If so, you can see if they can provide it to you. If not, you can contact the county assessors office for owner information.
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Mon Sep 1, 2014
Cindy Davis answered:
I would recommend using a crime statistics site such as You can look these statistics up there or call the local police station!
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Tue Mar 25, 2014
Catherine.prier1969 answered:
sorry about that folks, the city is North Highlands and it is I believe right off of Madison and 80.

If you do consider the place anyway, please please stop by in the evening like I did before signing the final papers.
I have had people tell me in the last few days that I need to say on the other side of Madison for safer cleaner living.
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Wed Nov 14, 2012
kevin farrell answered:
Hi again Leisa,

It's been pending sale since 7/30/12. It was a short sale and they can take a while to close escrow.
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Mon Sep 3, 2012
Kylee Roe answered:
Hi Leisa,
I am betting you are looking at a website like or, which show homes in default and make it look like they are or will be for sale soon. I hope you did not pay for these services--total waste of money for anyone other than a Realtor.

Have a Realtor help you if you are looking for a home to buy. With full access to the MLS (the only list of homes actually on the market, actually for sale), we can help you navigate this difficult market.

18 months ago there was around 3500 homes on the market in Sac. County to choose from. Now there are about 2500, and with 2000 of them closing escrow every month, you can't afford to fly by the seat of your pants, if you're interested in purchasing. If you're serious, get in touch with one of us and let us help you.

In North Highlands, there will always be few new listings everyweek,and 1000 sq. ft sells for anywhere from about $55,000 for foreclosed fixers, to $110,000 for turn key move in ready homes.
(Prices estimated, but close, from my recent sales in North Highlands)

Good luck!!
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Sun Mar 27, 2011
Doug Zeller answered:
More details about this situation are needed to see seek your best answers or options!

With 65+ years experience in the Sacramento region we'd be glad refer you to professional for advise. ... more
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Wed Feb 2, 2011
Sue Archer Reynolds answered:
Yes, I agree with Jim and James. I normally say buck a foot until you reach 1600 sq ft and then it reduces...but North Highlands homes are normally smaller than that. Check some of the property managemnt sites for the property surveys. It's most otten listed by zip code, and number of bedrooms with a range. ... more
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Sat Jun 20, 2009
Sue Archer Reynolds answered:
the house was sold as a bank owned property in December of 2008 for $130,000. The new owner's mailing address is in Rocklin, which would lead me to believe it was bought as an investment property so the current occupants would be renters.

I might suggest you send a letter to the 'current occupant' at the North Highlands address. I would send you the link so you can see the home on the inside but I'm limited on my knowledge of links (I still am learning). I also don't think it's appropriate to publicly list the new owner's address here. If you'd like that information you can contact me directly and I'll e-mail it to you.
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