Of course, I am a little bit partial since I have lived here for so many years! Some of the great features about Carmichael include our wonderful brand new Library, Ancil Hoffman Park with its 85-acres of nature study and horseback riding trails (bike trails to!), and the Effi Yeaw Nature Center. The Ancil Hoffman Golf Course is glorious, as are the Jenson Botanical Gardens. Besides the great river access, we have excellent shopping, dining, California Family Health and Fitness, and Carmichael is home to the San Juan School District, ranked as one of the top districts in the country! Here is a selection of Carmichael links I have put together for you to learn more about what a wonderful community we have.
$350,000 , 9 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 0 half baths, 2,328 square feet Tamara Dorris | Davis and Davis | (916) 482-5834 5933 Sutter Ave, Carmichael, CA Unique property with unique opportunity. Big-time fixer with tons of potential. Zoned SF,Convalescent. Large home w/apt. 9BR/3BA Single Family House offered at $350,000 Year Built 1946 Sq [...]
Nestled in the quiet part of Carmichael, on a street full on high-end homes, sits this clean-as-a-whistle duplex. Newer roofs, spacious backyards, single car garages. Tenants are long term and would love to stay on. Well-cared for units make this an ideal long-term investment. Please contact Tamara Dorris to arrange a private showing 916-482-5834.
I’d like to highlight how important it is to pay attention to the terms in your home buying contracts. One in particular many home buyers do not understand, is term 1D in the Residential Purchase Agreement. 1D outlines the close of escrow you are agreeing to. Thirty days is the average turnaround of escrow, however [...]
I would like to take a moment to celebrate homeowners who make the decision to do a short sale. The decision is a difficult one often clouded with embarrassment for the seller, however I feel the decision is a community service. Anyone choosing a short sale over a foreclosure should be encouraged and congratulated. When [...]
At two recent events, the Carmichael Chamber of Commerce luncheon and at a Sacramento Metro Chamber of Commerce meeting, a recurring issue came up – we have a real problem of copper crooks in the Sacramento area, which is costing the city and property owners quite a bit of money. The primary example of this [...]