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Oct. 29, 2019

Top 10 Tips for Staging to Sell Your Home

Preparing your home for sale is vital in our competitive real estate market. The preparation of your home for sale will not only showcase the value of your home but can also increase its value to potential buyers.

Follow our top 10 tips for staging your home to sell below:

1. Put yourself in the buyer's shoes

Walk around your home and put yourself in the buyer's shoes. What do they see? How will they feel about your home? Is it attractive, open, and clean? Does it smell good? Start by fixing these things at once. A buyer will notice these elements immediately. 

2. Create a welcoming front porch area

Nothing says "welcome home" like an attractive entrance! Whether you have a large front porch or tiny stoop, spruce it up with a decorated doormat, potted plant, and attractive porch furniture. During the time that buyers will be checking out your home, keep the porch light on in the evenings. If you want to go the extra mile, create a path to the front door with solar lights!  

3. Get rid of all clutter 

Clutter builds up around a house that you live in, there's no way around it. Especially when you're packing to move and trying to sell your home at the same time. Clear away all cupboards, floors, closets, and surfaces to create an appealing look for potential buyers. This may require borrowing space in a relative's garage or utilizing offsite storage space. 

4. Don't get attached to "your style" 

If you find yourself getting discouraged while staging your home because it doesn't feel like your style, don't be alarmed. It's perfectly fine if it's not your style! We recommend reigning in any unique styles for the sake of appealing to the masses. Keep it clean, simple, and neutral. This is the best way to appeal to potential buyers.  

5. Opt for neutral colors 

Building on our last tip, opt for neutral colors when staging your home. Now's not the time to play around with bright yellow or lime green. There is variety within the neutral palette, however. Rich colors like mocha, olive green, and charcoal grey can create a classy backdrop and refine your home's decor. 

6. Set up your dining room 

Although a clean dining room is good for potential buyers to see, setting up the dining room is even better. A large table can look uninviting, so decorating the table like you're about to have a dinner party can increase interest and appeal. Line it up with a series of smaller vessels and a nice collection of dishware.  

7. Showcase your closets 

It may be tempting to stuff your closets full of boxes or unwanted items, but simply stuffing them full and shutting the doors may come back to haunt you. It's more than likely that visitors at your open houses will want to take a peek inside of your closets. If they open the doors to see a mound of unorganized mess, it will not bid well on the impression of their home. Aim to keep 20-30% of open space in each of your closets to give an impression of spaciousness. 

8. Take advantage of the extra rooms 

No matter how you've used your spare rooms personally, take a step back and think about the most useful purpose for your extra rooms. Each room should have a clear purpose, ideally with an appealing purpose to potential buyers. Some ideas for your spare rooms are offices, guest rooms, another kid's room, etc.

Buy cheap furniture or borrow some from a friend to make the purpose of the room especially clear. This will likely have a big payoff when the offers start rolling in! 

9. Show people how they can use the "awkward" spaces 

Do you have a nook under the staircase or an alcove in your home? Take the time to decorate this space in a unique way. Set up a small workspace, install built-in shelving, or create a comfy reading nook. This will transform the space from "wasted" to a desirable selling point. 

10. Don't forget to stage the outdoor areas of your home 

The outdoor spaces of your home should be treated with as much care as the indoor spaces when you're getting ready to sell. Create small dining areas, spruce up your garden, clean your pool or fire pit, and keep the grass groomed. It's equally important to decorate for the season that you're selling in. Play up the cozy vibes in autumn and winter, or go for playful vibes in the summer and spring.  

Posted in Sellers
Oct. 24, 2019

About Folsom: Homes For Sale & Lifestyle

Folsom Lake in Folsom CAWith a rich history that began with the 49'ers and the California Gold Rush, the first railroad in the West, and the first transmission of long distance electricity, Folsom is a technological town with an eye on the future. Find out more about Folsom Homes for Sale from the Pursuing Homes real estate team.

While attracting high-tech firms from small to international giants like Intel, Folsom has remained family-friendly, boasting neighborhoods with easily accessible cultural, shopping, dining choices and excellent schools. Scenic neighborhoods of new homes in Folsom are mingled with a beautifully maintained Historical District, The city plan requires at least 5 acres of park for each 1,000 residents and city co-sponsored activities for the whole family.


Although Folsom has the feel of a small town it also provides all the conveniences of a metropolitan area. There are abundant shopping and cultural facilities either in Folsom or only minutes away. A new hospital has brought with it an ever-growing body of professional specialists, including doctors, lawyers, and financial consultants.

Homes for Sale in Folsom CABroadstone Mall is the premiere shopping destination featuring restaurants from casual (Chick-fil-a and Stone Cold Creamery) to ethnic (India House and Thai Paradise) to national brand stores like Famous Footwear, Marshalls, bath & Body Works, Petsmart, and more.

Many who work in Sacramento, only 23 miles away, choose to live in Folsom, away from the congestion of the bigger city and commute to work. However, residents are finding increasing numbers of job opportunities with the technological companies that have made Folsom their home.

Horseback in the American River, Folsom CAThe city is just minutes from 5 airports, 4 major freeways, bus lines, an inland seaport, and freight and rail lines. The Folsom Recreation Area boasts 18,000 acres of park to fish, picnic, camp, hike, water ski, ride horseback, swim, boat and enjoy nature.  The biggest attraction, Folsom Lake, covers 2/3 of the park with 120 miles of shoreline and is open year round. A smaller lake popular for those who like to kayak and canoe is also nearby. Lake Natoma runs along the American River, one of the cleanest rivers in America, between Folsom Dam and Nimbus Dam. The river offers excellent fresh-water fishing.

Amazing Home in FolsomFolsom's name is well known, of course, because of the 109-year-old Folsom State Prison, and Johnny Cash. Visitors can view and photograph East Gate, the well-known movie backdrop and parts of the tall stone walls. There is a little museum and gift shop close by that is open to the public.

All in all, Folsom is the perfect place for anyone who wants a great lifestyle. Home prices run from around $200,000 to the millions, with the majority in the mid range (view the Folsom communities: American River CanyonBroadstoneEmpire Ranch VillageHillcrest Empire RanchWillow Creek Estates, and Briggs Ranch).If you want to live the good life, we can find your dream home in Folsom. Call us for more information on Folsom Homes for Sale or to tour this city or any other nearby towns.

Posted in Folsom
Oct. 23, 2019

5 Easy Tips to Help Improve Your Chances of a Quick Sale

Are you looking to sell your house in the coming year? If so, now is the time to get your house in order to sell. Although it will be more work upfront, it should pay off in the end — oftentimes with a literal increase in the value of your home and a quicker sale!

Follow these 5 easy tips to help improve your chances of a quick sale below: 

1. Take care of repairs

When buyers see something that needs repair while touring their potential new home, it makes them feel anxious. They wonder how much extra work owning your home will be for them. Take care of any obvious repairs before putting your home on the market to avoid this potential deterrent. 

2. Remove clutter from the property

Removing clutter will make your home look larger. You may even want to remove a few items of furniture to help with this too. Take a step back and think about each room and the story it tells.

Make sure the purpose of each room is clear, even if it's not how you previously used the room. It can be confusing when bedrooms are made out as offices, as the buyer may not be able to picture that room as a bedroom. Each room should have a story to tell and be set up in the most beneficial way for potential buyers.  

3. Focus on small changes over major renovations

​A fresh coat of paint is one of the easiest ways to spruce the place up, not to mention an affordable alternative. Re-doing your kitchen, adding an extra bathroom, or landscaping your backyard can be major money wasters if you plan to sell your home in the coming year.  

4. Invest in the first area people will see 

In the event that you only have enough time and money to invest in one area of the house, you should invest it in the first area or room that someone sees when they walk through the front door. Whether it's a large hallway, family room, or living room, you should pay special attention to the setup of this area. Remember, first impressions are everything. Make sure this area is always clean and clutter-free. The first impression may be the only impression left on a buyer!

5. Take care of any bad odors

Bad odors can instantly turn off a buyer — especially things like cigarette smoke, mold, or pet odors. Science has proven that smells and scents can evoke strong emotions. For example, the best part of a new car is that new car smell!

Think about what emotions you want the smells of your home to evoke. Utilize spray and plug-in air fresheners. A good smell can hide a bad one quite easily. However, it’s important not to overpower the senses by aromas that are too strong. A buyer may think you are trying to hide something, or an overabundance of fragrance may be offputting. 

Posted in Sellers
Oct. 14, 2019

Avoid These Mistakes When Choosing a Listing Agent

Whether you're interested in selling your home now or later, it's important to educate yourself so that when the time comes, you're much more prepared and informed in your decision making. That's why we wanted to share the biggest mistakes to avoid as a homeowner when choosing a real estate agent.

Many people make the mistake of choosing their agent solely based on the agent's recommended list price.  

This is a tactic some agents use to just get your listing. They may give you an inflated price and tell you what they think you want to hear, just to get you to list with them.

Instead, focus your reasons for choosing an agent on the following 2 factors:

1. Who has the most aggressive marketing plan of action to get your home exposed to the maximum number of buyers out there? 

2. Who has the best contract negotiation skills to ensure you're getting as much money in your pocket as possible?  

Now, of course, the list price of your home does matter. However, your real estate agent should share things with you like the price of recent homes sold, currently pending and active comparable's to your property in order to make a realistic recommended list price.

That doesn't mean you have to list at the recommended price. It's your home, you are the boss, and your agent should be on your side. But you should be able to expect upfront answers and honest recommendations from your listing agent. They should share what they feel is the true market value of your home. 

Posted in Sellers
Oct. 5, 2019

The Ultimate Secrets to Successfully Selling Your Home

When the time comes to sell your home, you may find yourself overwhelmed with a number of selling strategies, techniques, and even more questions. Should you repaint? Should you remodel? What are the most important things to focus on? 

While all of these things are considered to help you sell your home faster, they may distract you from some of the simplest, but proven methods favored by real estate professionals.

Here are the two ultimate secrets to selling a home:

Secret #1: always keep your home ready to show

You never know when your next buyer is going to walk through the door. You don't get a second chance to make a great first impression! That's why you need to be sure your home is "show-ready" at all times.

You'll need to accommodate potential buyer's schedules and try to be available whenever they want to come see the place. Don't leave dishes in the sink, keep the floors clean, keep the bathrooms sparkling, and make sure there are no dishes in the dishwasher.

Secret #2: curb appeal can make all the difference

Buyers will judge your home before they walk through the front door. It's important to make people feel welcome and safe as they approach the house.

Don't worry about completely repainting the exterior of your home. However, clean and spruce up your home's exterior with new brightly colored flowers and plants. Keep sidewalks clear and make sure that your lawn is cut on a regular basis. Entryways are important, so you will want to add a welcoming touch by adding a sitting bench or fresh flowers.

Focus on these two things to see more success in selling your home! 

Posted in Sellers
Sept. 25, 2019

15 Overlooked Tax Deductions to Pay Attention to

In just a few short months, tax season will be upon us! We know it’s tempting, but don’t take the easy way out this year. Chances are, you’ll end up losing a lot of hard-earned money. Although the reform on taxes in 2018 did change many popular write-offs, there are still plenty of deductions to take advantage of.

It just takes a little bit of research. The good news is, we’ve already done that for you. Here are 15 overlooked tax deductions to pay attention to below:

1. Reinvested dividends

This is a subtraction that can earn you some big savings. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most missed by taxpayers. So how does it work? If you have mutual fund dividends that are automatically invested in additional shares, each reinvestment increases the stock or mutual fund, aka your “tax basis.” 

This lowers your taxable amount of capital gain when you sell these shares. It’s crucial to remember to include this in your cost basis or you’ll end up overpaying your taxes. 

Sound complicated? There are tools out there that can help you, like TurboTax Premier and Home & Business. 

2. Out-of-pocket charitable contributions 

Did you know you can write off things like food purchased for a soup kitchen or stamps purchased for a school fundraising event? Most people don’t miss the larger charitable donations they give throughout the year, but don’t forget, smaller donations add up too! You can also write off miles driven to do charitable work, including tolls and parking fees. 

3. Student loan interest paid by guardians

If you’re paying off your child’s student loans and not claiming them as a dependent, the IRS treats it as though you gave that money directly to your child. That means that students can deduct up to $2,500 of student loan interest paid by their parents if they qualify. They don’t have to itemize to utilize this either. 

4. Personal legal bills

Have legal bills? If your lawyer is pursuing taxable income on your behalf or working on the determination, collection, or refund of any tax, you may be able to deduct legal bills on Schedule A, line 23. This would count as a miscellaneous deduction subject to the 2% AGI floor. 

5. Losses due to theft or casualty 

If you’ve unfortunately dealt with losses due to vandalism, storm, fire, or theft this year, those items may be deductible. This also counts for car, boat, or other accidents! If you have money in a financial institution that was lost due to insolvency or bankruptcy of the institution, you may be able to deduct that as well. You must figure out how much you can deduct by completing Form 4684, Casualties and Thefts. 

Just keep in mind, there are three limits on the losses you can claim: 

  • If the money was reimbursed by insurance, it cannot be claimed 
  • Each occurrence must be more than $100
  • The total amount of all losses (reduced by $100 for each loss) must be greater than 10% of AGI 

6. Last year’s state income taxes

If you owed taxes last year and paid them this year, you can deduct them as an itemized deduction. You can also choose to deduct state general sales tax instead of deducting state income tax. If you go this route, you can include the sales tax on larger items like vehicles, boats, airplanes, or renovation materials. 

7. Moving expenses for military orders  

If you are in the military and must move due to orders, you can deduct the moving expenses incurred to make this transition. You can get this write-off even if you don’t itemize!

8. Dependent care tax credit

Did you know you can get additional support for childcare, even if you pay your childcare bills through a reimbursement account at work? Up to $6,000 can qualify for the credit, aside from the $5,000 you can put into a tax-favored account. Take advantage of this tax credit while you can, as It can cut your tax bill significantly. Children over 16 years old no longer qualify.  

Pro-tip: Don’t miss out on tax credits! They are far superior to tax deductions because they reduce your tax bill dollar for dollar! 

9. EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) 

Remember what we just said about tax credits? This is not one you want to miss! According to the IRS, a whopping 25% of taxpayers eligible for the Earned Income Tax Credit fail to claim it each year. It can be complicated to figure out and many aren’t aware that they qualify. 

This credit is designed to supplement wages for low to moderate-income workers. However, many people can be considered “middle class” if they lost a job, took a pay cut, or worked fewer hours during the year. 

10. Refinancing mortgage points

Buying a house has many perks, taxes included. When you refinance a mortgage, you must deduct the points paid over the life of the loan. It doesn’t add up to that much in the long run, but it’s still worth saving! 

However, if you use part of the refinanced loan to improve your home, you may be able to deduct those points right away. 

11. Jury pay paid to the employer

Although most employees continue to pay employees who are on jury duty, the employees must turn over their jury pay to the company. However, the IRS requires the employee to report those fees as taxable income. To even the playing field, you can deduct the amount you give to your employer so you are not taxes on money that doesn’t end up in your bank account. 

12. Baggage fees for airports 

Calling all self-employers! Did you know you can be reimbursed for those pesky baggage, online booking, and changing travel plan fees? You can add these costs to your deductible travel expenses and save a chunk of money each year. 

13. Hobby expenses

It may sound strange, but you may be able to get reimbursed for the costs of some of your hobbies. For example, if you create custom jewelry holders on the weekend and sell $200 worth, you can deduct that as an expense. Keep in mind, even if it takes $500 for all the materials to make the holders, you can only deduct $200. 

This may help you recoup some of the expenses if your side gig hasn’t made a profit in three of the last five years. The IRS deems this to be a hobby. 

14. Tax preparation fees 

Taxes are difficult to manage, so it stands to reason that you should be able to deduct the costs for preparing them. This is possible if you deduct them as a miscellaneous deduction on Schedule A in the year you pay them. 

However, fees for preparing Schedule C for a small business, Schedule E for rents or royalties, or Schedule F for farm income should be deducted on their corresponding schedules. 

15. Financial planning and management expenses

Several expenses are deductive or subject to the 2% AGI threshold. If you paid a financial advisor, had an attorney prepare a living will or trust, or spent money to manage money this year, you’re eligible for this deduction. 


Posted in Buyers, Owners, Sellers
Sept. 24, 2019

Tax Season Refunds & Real Estate Purchases

Don’t let tax season get you down! Make the most of it and use your refund toward a down payment for closing costs to buy your new home. If this sounds like your kind of deal, you might find this information helpful as you plan. 

Below is a reality check, outlining down payment options and providing a mental checklist of the other possible costs associated with buying a home: 

Down Payment

Most lenders and loan programs require down payment money, which can be as much as 20% of the cost of the home. For some people, saving this amount of cash can be difficult to achieve. Especially if unexpected costs come up, like tax payouts! 

However, homeownership is still possible. Several programs are available that allow buyers to make down payments that are significantly less than 20% of the price of the home. Many programs offer 3.5-5% down payment options with approved credit. For veterans, there are zero-down programs so they can go to the closing table without even writing a check. 

Out of Pocket Expenses & Closing Costs 

Additional dollars should be saved for an estimated range of 1-3% of the value of the home for out of pocket or additional closing costs. This fact is particularly relevant for first-time buyers and those who haven’t been in the market for some time. Closing costs vary from city to city — and even from home to home.

Some examples of national averages include tax services for around $85, credit reports for around $20, and appraisals for $350-$500 or more, depending on the size of the home. Closing costs can also include fees related to home inspections, title fees, insurance, bank fees, and termite or flood inspections, to name a few.

The mortgage lender requires some of these services. Others are legally necessary depending on where the buyer lives. While not a requirement, extra dollars can be wisely spent if earmarked towards a home warranty that guarantees the appliances and inner workings of a home for the first year of ownership.

In some instances, your Realtor may be able to get the seller of your home to contribute toward the closing costs. Our team would be happy to discuss these options with you! 

The first step is to talk to a trustworthy lender who can give you your loan requirements for down payment and closing cost expectations.

Posted in Buyers, Owners, Sellers
Sept. 24, 2019

Vacation Money Saving Tips

Planning your vacation while saving to buy a home? It’s not impossible! Taking a vacation on a scaled-back budget is totally possible. Check out a few ideas on ways to save money when you travel:

1. Shop around for bargains 

The old concept of “supply and demand” is likely going to work in your favor during the vacation season. People are saving their money and not spending as much — and the hotels and resorts are feeling it.

You can find some killer deals on the internet, so take advantage of deals that involve things like free meals for kids. That tip alone can save you $100 or more over the course of a week! 

You can also sign up for weekly email alerts for airfare specials on websites like travelzoo.com and airfarewatchdog.com. If you can plan to be flexible on your travel dates, you may be able to score last-minute bargains and save additional money.

Another great site is priceline.com. You can often bid for lower prices at great hotels, car rental places, and more. It really works!

2. Enjoy a “staycation”

Save money on your vacation by staying at home. Take a break from normal responsibilities, but try exploring local parks, hiking trails, state parks, museums, zoos, and more. Many of these places offer an array of wonderful possibilities — and you can forget the travel costs! 

Not only will you save money on airfare, lodging, and food, but you will get to explore your very own backyard.

3. Bring along refillable water bottles 

Pack refillable water bottles in your suitcase to use once you arrive at your destination. A family of four can easily spend $20 or more per day on water alone! You can also eat more meals in your room by making a quick grocery store stop. Pick up some food items for snacks, breakfast, and lunch. This will save you money and give you a break from restaurant dining. 

Pro-tip: book hotels with small kitchens, mini-fridges, and microwaves. This will expand your ability to store and cook meals in your room.

4. Take advantage of coupons 

Spend a couple of weeks collecting coupons and you can easily save money while on vacation. Whether they’re for lodging, food, or attractions, coupons will save you money. You can find them online, in local newspapers, at grocery stores, etc. Just be sure to read the fine print carefully to make sure they don’t expire before your trip! 

5. Pack lightly and carefully 

All airlines have baggage limits and some carriers are charging fees if you check more than one suitcase per person. To avoid unnecessary fees, check the weather conditions at your destination ahead of time and pack according to the forecast. It may be tempting to pack several outfits per day, but it will take up unnecessary space. 

6. Consider getting a credit card that gives you travel points or miles 

United Airlines and Southwest both offer credit cards that reward you with miles based on your spending. Be sure to read the fine print and ask about associated fees. If you travel a lot, however, having a travel credit card can really pay off for you. 

Posted in Buyers, Owners, Sellers
Sept. 24, 2019

Is Buying a Vacation Home a Good Investment?

You know the feeling: You’ve just wrapped up a wonderful vacation! Now you’re going through withdrawals as you head back home to the drudgeries of everyday life. While there may be no way to escape your job (short of winning the lottery), more and more people are hanging onto a little piece of vacation by investing in a second home.

Buying a vacation property can be a wise way to invest disposable income and diversify your assets — and a growing number of people are doing just that. In record numbers, Baby Boomers across the country are realizing their dreams while taking advantage of favorable tax laws and historically low mortgage rates by opening the door to a second home.

Buying a second home is often different than primary home purchases, so here are some tips if you’re considering the investment of a vacation property: 

1. Determine the best location for your vacation home. 

The most popular locations for second homes are near the ocean, lakes, mountains, and more rural settings than urban homes. They’re also typically less than a day’s drive from primary residences.

2. Research locations.

A real estate professional is an invaluable resource for distant places. Realtors can highlight areas of interest and offer important information on other issues such as affordability, climate, and population.

3. Identify your favorite pastimes. 

Vacation living equals more leisure time, so think about your recreational interests. Many people are buying vacation homes near golf courses, beaches, ski slopes, boating facilities, and biking, hiking, or horseback riding trails. What is your favorite leisure activity?  

4. Know the income tax laws. 

Vacation homes that are used primarily by the owner are considered personal residences. Individuals can deduct a certain amount of interest from these homes. 

Vacation homes can also be rented out for two weeks each year, while still allowing owners to benefit from deductions in property taxes. Involve your tax professional in this financing part of the deal. 

5. Timing. 

Almost every real estate market has a seasonal slump when buyers are scarce and purchase costs drop, so do your research to find the best time to buy your vacation home! You can also use local brokers and mortgage lenders who know the market and can price competitively.

6. Visit the destination. 

By visiting the location, you can get a feel for the travel time and the area’s culture and resources. Many people who buy a vacation home ultimately use the property as their primary residence upon retirement, so it’s extremely important to find a location that fits your long-term plans. 

Investing in real estate is a historically good choice, and second homes are no exception. Do your homework and you’ll be on your way to finding your perfect new home away from home! 

Posted in Buyers
Aug. 21, 2019

El Dorado Hills Real Estate

A home in El Dorado Hills, CAEl Dorado Hills Real estate offers the kind of locale that people dream about – close to lakes, rivers, and about a 2 hour drive to the ocean. It’s near to excellent ski resorts, state parks and wineries. The city is only 25 miles from downtown Sacramento, 90 minutes from Lake Tahoe and is surrounded by green rolling hills and stunning views of Folsom Lake, downtown Sacramento, the Sierra Nevada Mountains, and the valley below.

The history of El Dorado is steeped in the California gold rush story, and lies a mere 18.6 miles from Coloma, the 1848 gold find site – the start of the California Gold Rush.  Eventually ranching and farming replaced the rush for gold.  Remnants of two pony express routes in the area are still part of the modern road system. El Dorado also has the longest existing portion of the Lincoln Highway, the first US transcontinental highway.


El Dorado Home with PoolEl Dorado Hills is the perfect place to raise a family with highly ranked schools and excellent sports programs, an abundance of community activities including art and wine fairs, and free musical entertainment in the park. It’s only a 10 minute drive to Folsom Lake, and located on Hwy 50, with direct access to Lake Tahoe. The El Dorado Wine Association offers many tours into the wine country all around El Dorado Hills and the Amador Valley. The city is recognized nationally for its high median household income - over $115,000 in 2007. It ranked in CNN Money Magazine's best places to live in 2007 as well.

Poppies in the Canyon, Eldorado HillsThe new El Dorado Hills Town Center, south of Hwy 50, is the hub of social interaction and a place for people to get together for work, to shop, to dine, to relax, and for entertainment. The Town Center encompasses 100 acres of local and national retailers. It boasts a hotel, movie theater, cafes, restaurants and bars, a fitness club, day spa, luxury car dealership, professional and medical offices, a public amphitheater, and a gourmet market.

The prestigious Serrano Country Club is one of the biggest and most impressive master-planned, upscale golf course communities in northern California, and one of the top private golf clubs in California. Homes here are at a premium and very popular.

Property in El Dorado Hills ranges in price from $300,000 to several million. Private neighborhoods like Highland Hills, Marine Hills, Watermark, The Summit, and Serranno Golf and Country Club feature exquisite, high-end estate homes with amazing views and lush landscaping.

Come discover the beautiful life near wine country and tour the exclusive homes for sale in Eldorado Hills. Call us about El Dorado real estate today!

Posted in El Dorado Hills