First-time homebuyers are feeling priced out of the market and fear they may have to rent for the foreseeable future. Homeowners who want to sell are wary of parting with their 3 percent interest rate. As a result, low inventory coupled with high interest rates has made for a very tight housing market.
Lauretta Casimir-Mahoney, the new CEO and President of NeighborWorks Sacramento Region, is ideal for the position.
A new wave of local fashion influencers are bringing years of
practical experience from the fitting rooms to social media to
create a unique brand of fashion therapy that recognizes the
inextricable link between the clothes we wear and our emotional
Some of the most exciting architecture being designed and built in the Capital Region today is multifamily residential. Attractive, amenity-rich condominiums, apartments and duplexes are popping up everywhere, proving that single-family luxury homes aren’t the only drool-worthy dwellings on the real estate market.
Sramek, 36, is founder and CEO of California Forever, which seeks to build a large new community in Solano County. While cities or large unincorporated communities have been built from scratch before in California and elsewhere, what makes this potential metropolis unusual — and has stirred public controversy — are the people behind it and its backstory.
Sacramento exists in the gap of incorporating
public and private investment in underserved communities.
Founded in 1987, Bullard Construction, Inc. focuses on multifamily affordable housing, federal, state and municipal contracting, and private sector tenant improvements. Headquartered in Citrus Heights, this general contracting firm works with clients throughout California and several other states.
The ultimate California lifestyle awaits you at Serrano, one of the region’s most iconic master-planned communities known for its spacious lots, grand vistas and harmony with its natural surroundings.
U.S. Cold Storage (USCS) is achieving remarkable growth at its Sacramento facility in McClellan Park, where the company recently successfully completed the second phase of its expansion plans.
LDK Ventures has begun construction of NorthBay Logistics Center III, a new development that will consist of two Class A industrial buildings totaling 427,000 square feet. Located at 2030-2040 Cessna Drive in Vacaville, California, this is the Sacramento-based developer’s third project in the city of Vacaville.