July 2014

Found 3 blog entries for July 2014.

How Are Real Estate Agent Commissions Paid? How Much Does a Real Estate Agent Cost?

Are you in the market to buy a home? Finding the right home at the right price can be difficult, especially if you don’t have the necessary experience or knowledge to negotiate a good deal. If you have the right professional team that knows how the process works from beginning to end, it can help make your home buying experience far more enjoyable.

Who Pays For A Real Estate Agent's Commission?

There are many people involved in the home buying process, including the seller, buyer, listing agent, and possibly buyer’s agent. The seller almost always uses a listing agent to put the home on the market in hopes of attracting a buyer. The seller is responsible for paying the listing agent through commission out of the selling price of the

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When buying a home, there are many factors you should consider. First, you need to select an area in which to begin looking. After you have a general idea of where you want to live, you should research the area’s home values, as well as commute time to work and school. And if you have children (or plan to) you'll definitely want to consider the quality of the school system in the area.

The following infographic covers cities that are in Sacramento County and Placer County such as Rocklin, Roseville, Granite Bay, El Dorado Hills, and Folsom. Take a look at the map to see where these cities are in relation to one another and the state of California.


Rocklin is home to many white collar citizens and has a very high quality of life. This area

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The American River Canyon in Auburn State Recreation Area

Auburn, CA is the county seat of Placer County and a breathtaking place to live. In particular, fitness enthusiasts and outdoor recreation fans are drawn to Auburn for its many sports and recreation opportunities in nature. Looking at homes in Auburn is a great choice for anyone who loves staying fit in the great outdoors.

Close to the city limits is the Auburn State Recreation Area, a California state park spanning over 40 miles of the American River’s northern and western forks. This park, like many areas in Placer and Nevada Counties, was once an active gold mining area. Now it is just as active with outdoor recreation, including hiking, biking, swimming, trail running, horseback riding, camping, and (of course) panning for gold. The two river

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