La Riviera (Sacramento, CA)
By Mike & Jennifer Rigley, Expert Real Estate Services
(Real Estate Specialist -Rigley Realty Group)
8872 La Riviera Dr Unit #C, Sacramento, CA Get Directions Click Here Description Photos Maps & Local Schools Print Brochure Our Reviews $ Click for current price 2 BEDROOMS | 2 (1 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 1014 SQUARE FEET Close to where you need to be, here is your chance to stop making someone else's mortgage payment. Updated Kitchen and bath, tiled floors, close to the American River Trails, Sac State and Hwy 50 AND Priced to SELL! How can you go wrong? You owe it to yourself to see it today, you wont be disappointed. Follow This Home! What Is Your Home Worth? Avoid Foreclosure Sacramento Homes For Sale Fair Oaks Homes For Sale Elk Grove Homes For Sale Roseville Homes For Sale West Sacramento Homes For Sale Search All Homes For Sale Schedule a Showing/Request Info Presented By: Rig...
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By Doug Reynolds, Realtor - Sacramento, CA
(Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate)
  #JustSold !!!  4/29/2016 in Sacramento, Ca.  Congratulations to my wonderful buyer clients.  It was a pleasure to work with you and help your family find a great home to meet your needs.  You were wonderful clients.  I hope the family loves the home for many, many years.  Congrats and welcome to #Sacramento.  Beds: 5* Baths: 3 (3 0) (FH)* Sq Ft: 1836* Lot Sz: 0.1591ac*  A 5 bed, 3 bath in the established La Riv neighborhood, moments from American River access, trails, parks, schools, public transit, CSUS & Sacramento area commute. Home features a new roof with CA T-24 insulation, new carpet, fresh paint, remodeled kitchen with gas range & pantry, grand patio partially covered, gas log fireplace, 2 master bedrooms with 1 downstairs, laundry room, fenced & landscaped front yard, dual pa...
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By Tom Arstingstall, General Contractor, Dry Rot, Water Damage Sacramento, El Dorado County - (916) 765-5366, General Contractor, Dry Rot and Water Damage
(Dry Rot and Water Damage www.tromlerconstruction.com Mobile - 916-765-5366)
Why Are You Wearing A Mask?   In the course of doing repairs and improvements to property, a contractor can create a lot of airborne debris. It may be during the demolition stages and wood is crumbling and dusty, or the result of the saws, dirt, and fiberglass being disturbed. The demolition stage is often the messiest time for airborne debris, but that’s not the only time.   After the demolition of the area of repair, there is still a lot of cutting that will be done. Lumber, drywall, flooring and such can all generate fibers in the air. Of course there is the painting and staining that may happen at the end too! With all this stuff floating around the project, it is important that the area is protected.   Depending on the work being done, workers need to wear masks or respiration prot...
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By Tom Arstingstall, General Contractor, Dry Rot, Water Damage Sacramento, El Dorado County - (916) 765-5366, General Contractor, Dry Rot and Water Damage
(Dry Rot and Water Damage www.tromlerconstruction.com Mobile - 916-765-5366)
  Yes, I Think The Problem Is Worse Than It Appears.   The question comes in many different forms: Do you think the rot continues behind the stucco? Is the framing going to be bad too? Will the deck be a quick repair? We can just wire brush it right?   No one wants to believe that the wood rot that they have is beyond what they can see. Surely, it is just on the surface. I admit, sometimes it is just a easy, surface repair that can be quickly done. Usually if I get called, it’s because there is a real problem to remedy. And that’s where experience comes in. Having a contractor with experience in where wood rot can occur and the extent of the damage is important. The contractor can look at the exposed damage and have a good idea as to how extensive it will be. The client may find it hard...
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By Doug Reynolds, Realtor - Sacramento, CA
(Better Homes & Gardens Real Estate)
JUST SOLD!!! 11/30/2012 is Sacramento (La Riviera/Larchmont Riviera). This was an equity sale. I ended up with 10 offers, many of them over list price. The house was listed at $144,500 and eventually sold for $153,500. The sellers did a great job of listing to my simple advice of a few fixes before we went on the market and then we priced it well and i did a full blown marketing campaign that got full exposure for the property.  It's still a very hot market right now, even in the winter months.  Here's the Virtual Tour  La Riviera/Larchmont 3-4 bed, 2 bath home features an open & bright floor plan. Entertainers delight layout that opens to a spacious backyard with covered patio, fruit trees, landscaping & storage shed. Bonus room has fireplace & closet for either fourth bedroom or fami...
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By Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Realtor Top 1%, Put 40 years of experience to work for you
(RE/MAX Gold)
I could not decide which to post today. A video of my cats playing with a plastic strap or a new listing east of College Greens by the American River. I'm not that good of a movie maker. Or maybe my cats aren't that good of reality TV stars. So, the listing wins out. It's not even a short sale, if you can believe that. Yup, I still list and sell regular homes for sale in Sacramento. This is a two-bedroom, two-bath condo in Glenbrook. It's off the beaten path and toward the back of this massive complex of condominiums. You'll find 507 square feet on the first floor and another 507 square feet on the second floor. The first floor is shaped like a U, and it's open. The living room is carpeted and wraps around to the dining area and kitchen. There is a dishwasher in the kitchen and a refrig...
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