Mayor Sends $100 Million Affordable Funding Trust To City CouncilSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg, responding to Sacramento’s housing shortage, has asked the City Council on Tuesday to vote to create a $100 million affordable housing trust fund.
Housing Market Is Still One Of The Brightest Spots Of US Economy
Stockton, Sacramento Make Top 10 List Of U.S. Cities With Biggest Rent IncreasesDoes it feel like rent in Stockton and Sacramento has gone up a lot over the last year?
Fed Lowers Rate, Sparks Hope of Another Mortgage Rate DropThe Fed lowering the interest rate is a welcome sign in a slowing market where lower rates may open doors for potential buyers and current homeowners.
Sacramento Rents Take Up 65 Percent Of Entry-Level Teachers’ Income, Zillow Report FindsRent takes up to 65 percent of entry-level teachers’ income in Sacramento, a new Zillow analysis finds.
Is The Sacramento Real Estate Bubble Ready To Burst?Should this be cause for concern?
Civil War-Era Home In Woodland Going Up For SaleThe home at 9 Palm Avenue is said to be the oldest home in the city of Woodland. It will soon be up for sale after getting some TLC.
Sacramento Home Prices Fail To Rise For First Time In Seven YearsThe median home value in Sacramento is $411,500.
Zillow Offers Coming To SacramentoIf the homeowner accepts the offer, Zillow buys their house, prepares it for showings, and then quickly lists it for sale.
Spring Home Buying Season Off To Slow Start As Sales Fall 4.9%Sales of existing U.S. homes fell in March after a huge gain the previous month, held back partly by a sharp slowdown among the most expensive properties.
Homeowners Feeling Trapped After Sellers Failed To Disclose Neighbor's Bizarre, Profane BehaviorTwo months after moving in a mom describes the neighbor from hell. She says she has proof the problem started long before she bought the place.