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Open Houses Sunday March 15th

Larry O. Doss Friday, March 13, 2020

We hope to see you this Sunday from 1 to 3 pm at one of the open houses.
110 Perch in King Salmon
3490 McMillan Ct. in Arcata
1037 Hiller in McKinleyville
3970 E St in Eureka
2422 Ohio St in Eureka
Nichole Berg, Steve Miner, Tricia Wilwerding, Daryush Wertime, and Melanie Tash will all be available to answer questions... Read more

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The latest on Interiors at Elk Grove homes

Larry O. Doss Friday, January 22, 2010

It would be a good thing to take a second look the next time you visit a gorgeous master bathroom. It would be easier if one had a step or two on getting in and out of a large tub. But one of the Interior designers, Adele Lampert of Page One Interiors, Inc. in Barrington, disagrees. It is much safer to sit on the deck and rotate than think of a slippery foothold. While we often think of interior design as creating pretty rooms, there can also be underlying safety issues. Educated and experienced designers like Lampert can spot them and find solutions for homeowners.

If you want paint ... Read more

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Elk Grove homes for sale

Larry O. Doss Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The beauty of Elk Grove is the perfect balance of open spaces like the Cosumnes River Preserve and Stone Lake Wildlife Reserve with the business and residential developments. Elk Grove Community has made it a priority to provide parks for the residents and is known for the excellent park management system. Elk Grove offers small homes to ranch estates for sale, giving the city small town feel alongside the growing businesses and amenities of an urban set up.

The population at Elk Grove is diverse, with a wide variety of ethnical groups, income levels and multigenerational families and... Read more

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Natomas homes for sale

Larry O. Doss Monday, December 28, 2009

Just five minutes north from downtown Sacramento is the Natomas region, which is currently booming with real estate activity. This region is adorned by the Sacramento River on the west and the American River to the south. Previously this region was home to vast farmlands. Now the local government has planned a very reasonable and beautiful residential area by keeping in mind the preservation of nature. At present this region has 40,000 residents and the number of people moving into Natomas is on a steady increase. This area is a very good option for any investor.

The residents enjoy ... Read more

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A Memorable Sacramento Tour

Larry O. Doss Friday, December 11, 2009

Sac Town is known for its Mediterranean climate. This climate is dominated by mild temperature with warm days and very few freezing nights in winter. This climate is ideal for the presence of large acres country side, far from the downtown mayhem. The best time for tourists is late spring, when there is lot of sunshine, with a pleasant temperature that is low on humidity.

The tourist hotspots that will give a great start to your stay in Sacramento are described here in brief.

You can explore Sacramento’s unique history dating back to the days of ‘Gold Rush’ at the Sutter’s Fo... Read more

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Certified Distressed Property Expert

Larry O. Doss Friday, October 30, 2009

Certified Distressed Property Expert- Linda Hess

LINDA HESS of GREATWEST GMAC REAL ESTATE, 2235 Douglas Blvd.#520, Roseville, Ca. has earned the prestigious Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) designation, having completed extensive training in foreclosure avoidance and short sales. This is invaluable expertise to offer at a time when the area is ravaged by “distressed” homes in the foreclosure process.


Short sales allow the cash-strapped seller to repay the mortgage at the price that the home sells for, even though it is lower than what is owed on the property.... Read more

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SMUD demo house in Fair Oaks shows how to save energy

Larry O. Doss Wednesday, October 14, 2009

SMUD demo house in Fair Oaks shows how to save energy

The 26-year-old house in Fair Oaks was a product of its time, all-electric and power hungry, built in an era of Rancho Seco nuclear power.

Remodeled in 2009, the house is now the product of a new time, and it’s all about energy conservation.

Tucked away on a quiet, pleasant street near Hazel Avenue, the house is the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s newest demonstration of how Californians will use energy more sparingly in the future.

It’s also a showcase of products and technique... Read more

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Great California Garage Sale opening draws thousand in Sacramento

Larry O. Doss Monday, August 31, 2009

Great California Garage Sale opening draws thousand in Sacramento


Leila Torres stood with two companions Friday across the street from the huge state surplus goods warehouse in North Natomas and surveyed the long line of people waiting to enter the Great California Garage Sale, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s latest tactic to raise money for the state budget.

The morning was growing warmer, and the line – which already stretched more than a quarter-mile through a business park of low-rise warehouses – was growing longer. And Torres was reconsidering the appeal of a ch... Read more

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Repo business soars as Sacramento area home sales slump

Larry O. Doss Monday, July 6, 2009

Repo business soars as Sacramento area home sales slump

By Jim Wasserman
jwasserman@sacbee.com

http://www.sacbee.com/topstories/story/2002300.html

At the beginning, Alejandro Maybuena lost the Sacramento house he bought in April 2005 for $350,000. At the end, in early 2009, Kim Gish bought it for $109,000.

Stories like this have happened more than 40,000 times in the Sacramento area. Still, the tale in particular of one house in California’s capital region shows the sweeping change in a real estate industry that once involved mainly a mom-and-po... Read more

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