Sacramento Bank Owned Duplex For Sale – New On The Market…!

Sacramento Duplexes For Sale are Hot Now…

Hey check out this Sacramento Duplex for sale that just appeared on the market.   When I see a Bank Owned/REO foreclosure Duplex like this,  I know this one will be sold “as is” and that may concern some investors.

This Duplex does need some work, however it’s been updated some and I think it’s just been neglected.

I think you will find this Duplex will be a great investment if you’re looking to invest in the Sacramento Area.

I toured this today and have a Video below.

I also have a “Proforma Cash Flow Analysis” for your review of this Duplex by CLICKING HERE.

Let me know what you think.   We also manage a Duplex just down the street, so we know the area and the potential income you can get from this Bank Owned Duplex.

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker, CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE

 

Another Article about Folsom…And Some Recent Sales Stats Too…

From the Sacramento Bee – Real Estate Section – August 2, 2014

I thought I’d pass this on in case you don’t get the Sacramento Bee.   As a 25 year resident of Folsom, I can tell you that this is old news but it’s nice to read about your town.    Take a look at the article below.

Schools get high marks from residents

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Below is some recent Sales Data that I think you might find interesting.

Folsom Real Estate Sales Data

Average Listing Price (last 12 months)

AVERAGE LIST PRICE IN JULY

Single Family Homes    $517,478       Condos/Townhomes    $250,659     Multi­family  Homes   $694,667

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Folsom Real Estate Sales Data

Days on Market (last 12 months)

CURRENT AVERAGE DAYS ON MARKET IN MAY

Single Family Homes  –  90,   Condos/Townhomes – 92,      Multi-family Homes –  86

In the Mean Time…?

Make it a Great Day…!

Ed Favinger, Broker CRS, GRI, SFR, CDPE    916-203-1260   favinger@rwnetwork.com

Is It a Good Time to Buy Real Estate? A Guest Columnist Makes Some Points

The time to buy is much more than just statistics and trends

By Kala Bell

In the world of real estate, agents are sometimes perceived to be rather vague with the public on the topic of a good buying time.   Truth be told, there isn’t one stretch of time that will be perfect for every potential home buyer, even if the prices are good and sales are up. A time of year when sales are thriving and prices are down may work for some, while other prospective home owners may take a liking to another time of year.

Buyers should be taking a number of factors into consideration during the time of looking for a new house. The factors could include things like financing, location, market trends, and income. Plenty of other factors will often come into play during the buying process, but making a decision can usually come off of a few different things that are important to the buyers.

Often times, trends and statistics play a huge part in the decision process, as prices often fluctuate. When it comes to Sacramento area real estate, median prices took a steep fall in 2007-2008 and have stayed steady from 2009-2011 for the most part. Sacramento’s median sale price has sat around $190,000. The average sale prices have also showed good stability by staying put. The Sacramento area rent has slowly climbed throughout the year, possibly influencing those on the fence between a lease and buying.  Sacramento apartments are sitting around $975 a month, going up over $100 in the last year alone.

For the past three years, the median prices have stayed mostly steady, even experiencing a few small falls and rises. Some experts feel that resurgence could take place in the real estate market next year, even though a good prediction is tough to come by. Even with the skepticism from some, the Sacramento market could experience a small resurgence and rise from the steady numbers that have come in through the past few years.

A good signal for buyers is the overall rise in inventory and listings over the past few years in Sacramento. Even though the availability of medium priced homes has gone down, the Sacramento area does still have a plenty of listings for prospective buyers.

Potential home buyers should continue to list off a main set of factors and considerations during the buying process.  The statistics are certain to fluctuate over time, as figures such as sales and inventory can often change from month to month. In real estate, determining when a good time to buy is is more so about the situation of the individual rather than the recent prices and availability. If a family or potential buyer goes into the process by staking out the needs and factors which best apply to them, they will more than likely make a good choice on a home in the long run.

Kala Bell is a free lance columnist.   She can be reached at kalabell86@gmail.com

In the mean time…?

Make it a Great Day…!!!!!

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