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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Maurice Thomas answered:
Hi Shar

This home has been sold... Please contact me at 415-705-9405 (Sacramento based agent) and ask for Maurice. I will make sure you receive up to date listings.

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Thu May 10, 2012
Christopher Pagli answered:
Hi, Your best bet would be to contact the local police dept for the most up to date crime stats. License laws prohibit agents from talking about safety and crime in an area.

Chris
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Sat Nov 26, 2011
Tina Lam answered:
Nan,

For crime reports, you can check http://www.crimemaps.com. For floods, check this site for your specific location: http://www.cityofsacramento.org/utilities/flood-ready/city_county_neighborhood_flood_depth_maps.cfm ... more
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Mon Feb 7, 2011
Erin Stumpf (Attardi) answered:
Sure - you can ask for closing costs to be paid by the seller. Ultimately the short sale lender(s) has the final say as to if that is permissable or not. Generally speaking the cost of the credit for your closing costs will be factored into the overall cost of the sale.

In all of the short sales I have negotiated and closed, only once has the short sale lender ever not allowed seller paid closing costs. One other time, a short sale lender reduced the allowed amount paid for closing costs. That's 2 of around 20 transactions, plus others that are not yet closed.

Good luck to you...
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Sat Aug 1, 2009
Elyse Metune answered:
Try the link below. Great map of parks in natomas. Are you looking for a house in Natomas? I would be happy to help.
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Mon Jan 25, 2010
Michael Barron answered:
Hi there Ray, I have a great chart that shows CA real estatepricing trends for the last 20 years. If you drop me a line and I will send it to you. Again nobody has a crystal ball and can see into the future. All we can predict is trends. Real Esate does appreciate over time . Not sure how much time you are willing to invest. Ask someone you know who bought their home 10 years ago are they happy they bought and what is their home worth today compared to when they bought it. I would agree with previous answer, be prepared to hold onto it for a few years. Get the largest and highest number of rooms is good. Also pick an area that is in progression. If you an hold onto a property for the lobg term , the better appreciation you should see

Hope this helps
Michael Barron
Realtor/MBA
First Team Real Estate
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