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.



Yes, I have to thank Myrl for this great trip to Sausalito over the weekend, and I did thank her in my blog about that trip. We go to San Francisco 3 or 4 times a year from Sacramento. Sometimes by train, the Capitol Corridor, and sometimes I drive there. My husband, a guy who grew up taking trai...
Every once in a while, I get a superwoman story to blog about. A heart-warming story that tends to restore any lost faith in Sacramento real estate agents -- lost faith that a person might not have realized was misplaced until a person went looking for it. There are many reasons why some agents p...
Unlike most people who reflect on New Year's Day, I generally save my reflection time for my birthday. If I am to look back on the past year and think about the future, I'd rather do it when billions of other people aren't clogging up the brainwaves. We usually do something nice on my birthday, l...
I plopped down in front of the computer this morning to bang out my daily blog post, when I felt that big ol' paw tapping my shoulder. I looked down and sure enough, it was Pica, the Ocicat, tapping my arm in that Pardon me, but do you have any Grey Poupon sort of way. He then reminded me that I ...
June will most likely be my best month for this year. I am hoping to top $5 million for this month. Hard to say what will happen in the fall as that seems so far away, but our fall market could be just as busy as spring. The market is very tight in Sacramento. The squirrelly thing about our weird...
It's fun to watch people in the rain and how they react. Especially in Sacramento where we get, what? Two big rainstorms a year? Maybe? Of course, they are doozies when they hit, but most of the time, rain is light and not much of a big deal. It's been raining for a second day in a row in June, w...
My favorite day of the year is June 21, because it is the longest day of the year. It's like summer goes on forever. After June 21st, the days get shorter and shorter and shorter until before you know it, it's raining all of the time and you've got to cover up the cactus plants before they freeze...
Rumors disturb me. That's because rumors are the lazy agent's way to receive information. Somebody, somewhere tells them not to do something, and they write it in blood on their forehead without a second thought. Take buying a short sale, for example, when Nationstar has the first loan and there ...
Today's blog is about a topic I had initially thought to write yesterday, but since yesterday was my one-million-point blog at Active Rain, I did not want it to be about a bad interpretation of the California Homeowner Bill of Rights. That's not a law that is of interest to very many people. It m...
When I post this particular blog and bring it to life at its publishing origination spot -- which is part of the community of Active Rain, a meeting spot of thousands of real estate agents across the country -- this particular blog will raise my personal point level on Active Rain to that of a mi...

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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.