Elizabeth Weintraub: Sacramento Real Estate

Real Estate Agent - RE/MAX Gold - DRE #00697006
Sacramento real estate and housing market, from Galt to Lincoln. Local observations about Sacramento restaurants, special events, music concerts and the Sacramento lifestyle, including great places to vacation around the world.



The one thing about a Bank of America short sale is it never lets any grass grow under its feet. It seems that Bank of America is constantly striving to improve the quality of its service and to streamline processes. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. But at least this bank is trying to...
Aeoniums, a type of succulent that grows very well in Land Park, also are monocarpic. The rosette elongates into a conical flower spike. This is the prettiest of all of my flowering succulents and the only time I have seen it bloom: I put in this last photo so you can see the scale of the flower...
Are short sale banks violating Fair Debt Collection Practices Act? In America, we have federal law and, in many states, state fair debt collection practices rules. These laws govern who can attempt to collect a debt and how they can do it. For example, borrowers have the right to tell a collectio...
You can't help the market, but you can help which agent you choose to be your buyer's agent in Sacramento. It is really tough being a first-time home buyer in this town right now. You probably won't hear this on the news, but inventory is so tight it squeaks and multiple offers are the norm. Yes,...
Ever notice how just about anything that happens in your life can be defined by a Beatles' song? You might think I'm just being goofy, but stop for a moment and consider it. You'll see that I am right. It's hard for me to think of anything that is not associated with the Beatles in some way. Espe...
It's no wonder I have a hard time remembering what year it is. Much less the month and day. There is so much nostalgia going on that it's like the 1960s all over again. OK, no smoke-filled rooms and we're all walking around toting water bottles instead of bongs, but you get the point. The clothes...
This doesn't happen very often, knock on wood. But every once in a blue moon a short sale bank will reject the buyer's appraisal. This can happen when the bank wants an unreasonable price. Why would the bank want an unreasonable price? Because the BPO agent is a moron. It's the BPO that the bank ...
It seems that every time I run into a stumbling block with a buyer's agent, that agent hails from Elk Grove. Some of my closest friends work in Elk Grove. Let me also point out that some of the brightest agents in the business work at the Lyon Real Estate office in Elk Grove. Not every agent is i...
My hairdresser says the worst thing that can happen when your hair is bleached is for some of it to break off. I disagree. I say the worst thing that could happen is all of it could fall out. Like from chemotherapy. Or, how about having your hair catch on fire? I don't want my hair on fire. He ju...
One of the incredible things about being a real estate agent is the fact I get to meet such a huge variety of super cool people. People I would never meet otherwise because I never go anywhere and I have no friends. Not that I really like people, either. For the most part, I don't like people. No...

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Broker-Associate at RE/MAX Gold, Midtown and Sierra Oaks Sacramento office. Co-partner Weintraub & Wallace Realtors. Selling since 1974. Homebuying expert at The Balance. Weintraub & Wallace sells homes from Galt to Lincoln.

Author Bio: Elizabeth Weintraub is a Sacramento real estate broker, author, home buying expert for The Balance, a Land Park resident, who specializes not only in older, classic homes in Land Park, Curtis Park, Midtown and East Sacramento but sells extensively from Elk Grove to Lincoln. Weintraub is prominently known as the #1 Sacramento Short Sale agent throughout the Sacramento four-county area. Call Elizabeth Weintraub at 916.233.6759. Put 40+ years of real estate experience to work for you.