We took a lunch break today to walk out and meet Folsom's own Rex, the Folsomosaurus at Folsom Lake, a large rock sculpture on the shores of the lake. With the water level very low right now (Feb 22, 2021), you can explore the shoreline and wander around territory which is usually ... » Learn More about Meet Rex the Folsomosaurus
I always tell people that January is usually my realtor "summer". Since I started in real estate, it's been one of the slowest months of the year. When my husband and I took a long vacation during his work sabbatical with Intel, it was during January because it's typically quiet and I can relax as ... » Learn More about What a Crazy January!
Earlier this morning, I was surprised to receive a phone call from a curious Folsom resident (and friend of a home buyer moving to the area) asking about naturally occurring asbestos while I was responding to a client's email about the same exact topic! The caller asked me if it was a required ... » Learn More about Naturally Occurring Asbestos in Folsom and El Dorado Hills
January is always a good month to reflect on the prior year, and since I’m a data geek, I love the chance to look back at numbers and graphs and see what our local market is doing. I’ve broken down the area by county for these data, so if you want a local look at your market/city, just let me know. ... » Learn More about Real Estate Market Update
You'd have to be hiding under a rock to have missed the horrible fires that have swept through CA over the last few years. The fires have devastated entire neighborhoods, and creating havoc with the insurability of homes in high fire areas such as the rural foothills of El Dorado County. Many ... » Learn More about Possible Changes Coming to CA Fair Plan