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Sacramento Real Estate By Seth Willis Jr.

Sacramento, the capital of California, is the 7th most populated city in the entire state. The city is divided into four neighborhoods, namely Area One (Central), Two (Southwstern), Three (Southeastern) and Four (North). Popular places include Old Sacramento, Campus Commons and Richmond Grove in Area One; Little Pocket and Land Park in Area Two; Brentwood, Oak Park and Tahoe Park in Area Three; and Natomas and Del Paso Heights in Area Four. Various points of interest lay all around the city of Sacramento. Old Sacramento is one of the oldest portions of the city. It is a famous tourist attraction, where old buildings and a number of museums and souvenir shops can be found. Other places to visit in Sacramento include the Sacramento Zoo, Sutter's Fort and the State Indian Museum. Culture and the arts are also very popular in Sacramento. Various groups, such as the Sacramento Philharmonic Orchestra and the California Musical Theatre, perform in Sacramento regularly. Every summer, the Sacramento Shakespeare Festival is held in William Land Park. Museums are also available throughout the city. These include the Crocker Art Museum, the California State Railroad Museum and the California Museum for History, Women and the Arts. There are a number of events occurring in Sacramento every year. These include the Jazz Jubilee, which occurs every year on the weekend of Memorial Day; the American River Cycling Trail; the Sacramento French Film Festival; and the California State Fair. Throughout most of the year, both tourists and residents can also watch Sacramento's NBA team, the Sacramento Kings, play in the ARCO Arena. Several universities are found in Sacramento and in nearby areas. These include the California State University Sacramento or Sacramento State, the University of Sacramento and the University of California Davis. The real estate market in Sacramento is currently on the rise. The sales of new homes in Sacramento have increased, while the rates of Sacramento real estate have been going down. Real estate agents are making "short sales", meaning they are selling the homes for less than the valued price, only to prevent any foreclosures. Real estate agents are also adding various incentives to the houses being sold, such as upgrades on various parts of the house or additional appliances.
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Also, the increasing prices of homes being sold in the San Francisco Bay Area has contributed greatly to the increase in real estate sales in Sacramento. The prices of Sacramento homes relative to those in nearby areas are significantly lower, making it a very attractive location for the working population who are willing to commute and retirees. Also, the recently passed real estate bill in Sacramento aims to further improve the real estate services in the area. The bill requires that the real estate agents in Sacramento to finish 3 classes prior to receiving their license. This ensures that real estate agents in Sacramento are competent and have achieved the necessary training. When looking for affordable housing in a convenient California location, try searching for real estate in Sacramento! Seth Willis Jr. is the webmaster for and a savvy real estate investor. His focus for CalPads is to allow users to showcase their real estate from all over the beautiful state of California .Users can browse properties , rentals , vacation homes and commercial properties from every corner of the state.

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Down Year For Sacramento Real Estate By Julie Jalone

The past year, 2006, marked the lowest volume of annual sales since 1999 with less than 47,000 new and existing houses and condominiums sold in the four county Sacramento area according to DataQuick. As reported in a Sacramento Bee story, “'06 housing stats tell a scary tale,” the inventory of available homes has dropped from August 2006 highs but still ended up with just about 11,000 homes on the market in the four county area. The slowdown or market adjustment in the Sacramento real estate market during the year also brought lower prices and an end to the red hot market that we experienced during the three previous years. Median sales prices were down 7 percent in Sacramento County, 16.9 percent in Placer County and there was a 14.1 percent decline in Yolo County. According to the Bee article some of the price decline can be attributed to new home builders slashing prices to clear inventory. According to Michael Lyon the president of Trendgraphix, the statistics arm of Lyon Real Estate, “2006 was a great year for buyers and, at the same time, a reality-check for sellers. Overall, prices dropped a minimum of 10% last year and days on the market for homes that have sold now averages above 70 days,” As part of the latest Trendgraphix press release he went on to say, “Sellers on average have to discount 4% below the last sold to make a sale. Trendgraphix reported sales volume was down 2 percent in December for Sacramento, Placer and El Dorado counties and 25 percent lower than December 2005. In addition the number of pending sales decreased 6 percent in December compared to November. December inventory is reported to be 10,317 for the three counties, up 28 percent from last year but still down from the July 2006 high of 14,547. Trendgraphix reports the average price per square foot of homes sold in the three counties was $225, a 9 percent drop from last December. In Sacramento County December sales decreased 4 percent from November and inventory decreased by 13 percent. Pending sales decreased by 4 percent from 942 pending sales in November to 907 pending sales in December. The average price paid per square foot in Sacramento decreased by 1 percent during the month of December to $224. Placer County decreases in December from November were 5 percent in sales and 14 percent in inventory. Pending sales also dropped 5 percent. The average price paid per square foot in Placer County decreased by 3 percent during the month to $223. In El Dorado County sales were off 21 percent, inventory declined by 14 percent and pending sales were down 17 percent. The average price per square foot remained the same during the month of December to $231. Overall the Sacramento real estate market in 2006 will be remembered. Some will call it the crash of ’06 or the year the bubble burst and others will remember it as the year of the slowdown or market adjustment. What you call it and how you feel about it really depends on how it impacted you. Julie Jalone is an experienced professional Realtor® serving the need of buyers and sellers of residential real estate in the Greater Sacramento area including Placer, El Dorado, Yolo and Yuba

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counties.  Some of the communities served by Julie include Sacramento, Roseville, Rocklin, Lincoln and Granite Bay.  Julie is a wife and mother living in Rocklin. For more information see her website,, which includes listings, home search, news, resources for buyers and sellers and her daily weblog,  ”Keep it Real in Sacramento.”

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