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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Paula Swayne answered:
I am sure you can find a home in Land Park to rent...I would contact a property management company such as Sacramento Delta. The other option is to drive the streets and look for rental signs. Having said this, did you happen to read the latest article in the Sacramento Bee that talked of purchasing a home actually being more advantageous than renting? With the interest rates so low and the affordable homes out there, your mortgage payment could actually be less than your rent. It might be something to look into! ... more
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Thu Dec 5, 2013
Nick Seevers answered:
http://www.crimereports.com/

This shows how much crime has occurred in an area.
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Wed Dec 29, 2010
Rob McQuade answered:
I love Sacramento. My partner and I also have a place in San Francisco and it's fabulous being there, but there's something amazingly livable about Sacramento in general--plus the weather's great, there's actual sun in the morning, and you can enjoy an evening outdoors without layering. ;-)

As a San Francisco urbanite, you'll probably find that Sacramento's Downtown (http://www.ForSaleinDowntown.com) and Midtown (http://www.ForSaleinMidtown.com) neighborhoods offer the kind of activity and amenities you've become accustomed to. Downtown Sacramento is more urban (read: less residential, more office) and Midtown is more mixed use (think Hayes Valley or a more active Noe Valley). And flat. Don't forget flat.

Be prepared for warmer summers (you'll use air conditioning), but I definitely recommend that you check out Sacramento. And, if you're looking for something quieter or a little more suburban, there are plenty of neighborhoods to choose from with their own look and feel.

Rob McQuade, ABR, REALTOR®
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Tue Apr 22, 2008
Laarni G. Omingo answered:
Dear Guy,
Due to the current credit tightening, your appraiser might have gotten a new set of guidelines from the lender and being conservative on the total sq. footage. The accepted way is anything that is permitted so you may want to check with the county or through the preliminary title report on the square footage that is in the book. Unless there is a record that the additional (+,-)500 sq. footage, I will follow the county record.

Good Luck,
Laarni
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