Whats My Sacramento Home Worth?

Whats my home worth

Want to know What Your Sacramento Home is Worth in Todays Market?

Ever wonder what your Sacramento home is worth? Check out my latest video below by clicking on the picture below and find out.

What’s My Home Worth?
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So you might be thinking of selling or might just be curious what your home is worth in today’s real estate market. I’m going to show you 3 ways to getting your best estimate now

Option 1 – Online estimates; on line estimates are algorithms based on similar homes that have sold in your neighborhood. They give no value or credence to location, upgrades or even age or whether or not it’s a busy street or a private cul de sac. Unreliable at best but if you are just looking for a broad range value, they’re good enough

If you have used an online estimate before let me know what your results were in the comment below

Option 2 – An appraisal. Much more accurate but also expensive. An appraiser will give you their professional opinion of the current market value of your home. Expect an appraisal to trend towards the lower side rather than the high side of property values. There are several different kinds of appraisals but well talk about them in another video

Option 3 – A Realtors assessment or BPO – Brokers Price Opinion. A talented, competent Realtor should be able to give you a pin point value of what your home will actually sell for in the current market. Adjustments should be made for market conditions, square footage of the house, lot size, number of bedrooms and baths and especially condition. No one can truly give you an accurate indication of what your home will sell for without first seeing it.

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Mike and Jennifer Rigley of the Rigley Realty Group come with over 15 + years experience helping buyers, sellers and investors realize their Real Estate dreams. Including:

  • 35+ Year Sacramento Residents
  • Over 1,500 homes sold since 2003 – 10x the average agent
  • Team Approach for Maximum Client Satisfaction
  • Ranked in the Top 25 of all agents & companies county wide in both the number of listings & sales since 2004
  • Top 500 Teams All Companies in California for Production
  • Sacramento Magazine 5 STAR Agent

In short, the Rigley Realty Group will sell your home for the most amount of money, in the shortest amount of time, with the least amount of hassles – you have our word on it.

About the authors:

Mike and Jennifer Rigley are one of Sacramento’s top ranked Real Estate Teams and 5 Star Ranked Real Estate Professionals. Selling Real Estate Full time since 2004 with well over 1,500 successful closings Mike and Jennifer Rigley are here to help your dreams of Home Ownership come true.

See our profile on Zillow or Redfin here

When You are Ready, Here are three ways we can help:

Start your home search Click Here

Get a Broad Range Value of your Home Click Here

Contact Mike or Jennifer Directly via Email Click Here

How to Determine a List Price – Thinking of Selling a Home in Sacramento

Selling your Sacramento Home? You’ve come to the right place. Discover the value of your home from the comfort of your own home. Call Mike and Jennifer Rigley at 916.378.4671

What’s My Sacramento Home Worth?

Many of our clients are first time home sellers and are in uncharted waters when it comes to selling their home. Sadly enough most sellers only interview 1 agent before listing their home. I can’t stress enough the importance of interviewing more than one agent, even if they are from the same brokerage, before listing your home. The friends or family member referral is not always the best choice. So, how do you determine what price to list your home?

Frist and foremost select an agent to represent you in the sale. The right agent will be someone you feel comfortable, comes prepared with a full marketing plan and data to support their price recommendation. Interview more than one agent. The cheapest isn’t always the best and saving a few dollars on commissions could cost you thousands in the sales price. Experience counts.

No two agents price a property the same way. In reality it is the seller who sets the list price and the market that determines the sold price. In selling your home, it is worth exactly what someone is willing to pay for it, what you are willing to accept and if a loan is involved, what the appraiser deems its value to be and the bank will loan. It doesn’t matter what you want, what you need, what your Realtor says it worth, what the neighbor thinks it worth or what Zillow says. It’s worth what a buyer is will to pay and you are willing to accept. That’s it.

Other thing to consider when pricing your home is the market condition. It is a sellers’ market? A buyers’ market? Or a neutral market? It makes a difference. Remember that no amount of marketing will sell an overpriced home in any market.

Pricing your home “at” market or slightly under market value will ensure you the best net at the closing table. An overpriced home will linger on for weeks and ultimately net you less money while a right priced home will sell more quickly. Keep in mind, in a sellers or neutral market; unless you accept the very first offer on the very first day, you cannot under-sell your home. It’s all about supply and demand. Given the right amount of time on the market, a right priced or slightly under priced home will generate multiple offers and usually get you a higher sold price. A good rule of thumb is it takes 10 showings to generate an offer. Priced right you should have one or more offers after 10 showings. If you have had 10 plus showings and no offers it’s a good indication your home is overpriced.

In any market, we suggest giving your home at least 7-10 days on the market before reviewing offers. This gives plenty of time for your agents marketing plan to take effect, for all the public internet sites to populate and to allow enough time for perspective buyers to tour your home.

So what is the right price? Generally you should be looking at similar homes within your same neighborhood that are no more than 10% above or 10% below your same square footage. In selling a 2,000 sf home you should be looking for homes that have recently sold in the 1,800 sf – 2,200 sf range. Not all homes are the same. An allowance needs to be made for upgrades, condition, number of bedrooms / bathrooms, lot size and location. A home on a busy street with minimal upgrades will sell for considerably less than a model match located on an interior street and highly upgraded. Pricing a home can be as much an art as it is science. Again, this is where using an experienced agent really counts.

It is important to look at pending sales and active listings as well. Pending sales will give you a good indication of where the market is headed – up, down or neutral. Active listings are less of an indicator but do tell you what the competition looks like. Remember it’s the seller that sets the list price so while it might be exciting to see a home similar to yours listed well above others in the area, it doesn’t mean the home will sell for that amount.

Use the same adjustments for the active and pending sales that you would for the sold properties. Take into account days on market and market conditions as well.

Data is king but experience counts. Rely on your intuition and let your Realtor guide you through the process. Remember, it’s your house and your money. The right agent will understand this work with you to get you the most for your home in the shortest amount of time with the fewest hassles. Never forget they work for you not the other way around.

Call us to discuss your potential Home Value in Sacramento, CA 916-660-5823. Click here to use our FREE Online Home Value Estimator or Call for a FREE consultation

Thinking of Selling a Home in Sacramento? Quickly Find Out What your Sacramento home is Really Worth here.

 

Mike and Jennifer Rigley of the Rigley Realty Group come with over 15 + years’ experience helping buyers, sellers and investors realize their Real Estate dreams. Including:

  • 35+ Year Sacramento Residents
  • Over 1,500 homes sold since 2003 – 10x the average agent
  • Team Approach for Maximum Client Satisfaction
  • Ranked in the Top 25 of all agents & companies county wide in both the number of listings & sales since 2004
  • Top 500 Teams All Companies in California for Production
  • Sacramento Magazine 5 STAR Agent

 

In short, the Rigley Realty Group will sell your home for the most amount of money, in the shortest amount of time, with the least amount of hassles – you have our word on it.

Sacramento / Placer County Real Estate Trends – March 2018

Its A Sellers Market!

Sacramento and Placer County Real Estate is Booming!

A quick review of Sacramento and Placer county real estate bears out what everyone already knows – March was a strong Sellers market. Courtesy of Metrolist (R) and Trend vision (R) , we have recapped not only Sacramento and Placer County Real Estate trends for March 2018 but key communities such as Roseville, Rocklin, Carmichael, Elk Grove, Arden Arcade, College Greens / Rosemont, the City of Sacramento and Natomas.

Click on the links below to find out what’s going on in your area. If you have questions about a specific area or home in particular, feel free to contact us anytime at 916-396-7487 and we’ll be glad to help

Sacramento County

City of Sacramento

Carmichael

Arden Arcade

Elk Grove

Natomas

College Greens / Rosemont

Placer County

Roseville

Rocklin

About the authors:
Mike and Jennifer Rigley are one of Sacramento’s top ranked Real Estate Teams and 5 Star Ranked Real Estate Professionals. Selling Real Estate Full time since 2004 with well over 1,500 successful closings Mike and Jennifer Rigley are here to help your dreams of Home ownership come true.

When You are Ready here are 3 ways we can help:

Start your home search Click Here

Get a Broad Range Value of your Home Click Here

Contact Mike or Jennifer Directly via Email Click Here

College Greens – Rosemont Open House Schedule

Here is this week’s Open House schedule for the College Greens / Rosemont area courtesy of Mike and Jennifer Rigley of the Rigley Realty Group powered by exp Realty of California. This link is updated daily as new open house’s are listed. For a private showing contact Mike & Jennifer at 916-396-7487

Need help finding that perfect place to call home? Start Your Search Here

 

Looking for a College Greens – Rosemont Real Estate Specialist? Call the Rigley Realty Group  today at 916-396-7487today  or log on to www.RigleyRealtyGroup.com to start your on-line home search now. Call us today – you’ll be glad you did.

Home Mortgage Loan Basics for Buyers

Purchasing a home is one of the great achievements in adult life. It represents a major asset and a serious move toward establishing strong credit and a lifelong investment. However, there are several important factors involved in securing a home mortgage loan needed to purchase a home. With the proper information and knowledge acquisition, however, getting hold of a secure and advantageous mortgage loan can be relatively simple.

Types of Mortgages

The most common mortgages are first mortgages – either for refinance or for purchase. If you are buying a new home for the first time, you will need a purchase mortgage. However, if you are simply looking for a new mortgage on an existing property, you will likely need a refinance mortgage. First mortgages simply indicate the lien position of the secured loan on your property title. What this means is that when the house is sold, the lenders will be paid in the order on which they are listed on the property’s title. Usually, however, first mortgages are much larger than any second, third or another mortgage. Second and third mortgages are sometimes equity lines or equity loans, depending on the type of credit. Credit lines are often used for home refurbishment as they can be borrowed against, repaid, and borrowed against again. Closed-end second and third mortgages are not revolved and therefore cannot be borrowed against once the initial payout is made.

Variable, Fixed, Other Options

All mortgages have an interest rate attached so that the lender can earn profit on the credit extension. If you secure a mortgage with a fixed rate, that rate will never change – regardless of economic conditions or changes in the Federal Reserve rate – over the life of the loan. Some rates are variable. This means they are tied to a national- or global – interest rate, like the LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate). As this global or national rate increases or decreases, so will your mortgage interest rate. Some newer mortgages have optional plans, including teaser fixed rates. In this scenario, there is usually a period of time (often 2-5 years) during which your mortgage rate is fixed. After this period, the rate becomes variable against a global rate – like the Prime Rate or the LIBOR.

PreApproval

Gaining preapproval for a mortgage loan is an important step in acquiring a loan for a real estate. Often, if you are purchasing a new home, a real estate agent will require a preapproval from your bank before completing offer terms or moving forward in the escrow period. Preapproval is just that – an initial approval, pending a true underwriting evaluation. Generally, however, the most pertinent information is collected for preapproval. This includes paystubs, tax returns, bank statements, and debt statements. The lender will then calculate your debt-to-income ratio (DIR), which will show how much income you have versus how many obligations you have each month. A low DIR will suggest that you are a low risk to the lender, and thus a good candidate for a mortgage loan. Other forms of preapproval may include a rudimentary title search to determine the number of existing liens on the property, which could cause problems later in the loan process.

Credit, Debit, Income

Different lenders have different criteria for underwriting on a mortgage. Since the 2008 financial crisis, however, many lenders have more stringent criteria for lending to mortgage borrowers. Most applicants will likely need to show a strong credit score (usually a FICO of 680 or above is required for low interest rates), a strong down payment, if purchasing a home (20 percent of the purchase price is standard), and consistent, reliable, and strong income that can be verified at least two ways (paystubs and tax returns are standard). Lenders will also take a close look at your existing debts to see if your current obligations might get in the way of repaying a large debt like a mortgage loan.

Conclusion

Purchasing a home or refinancing a mortgage can be a big decision, particularly given the sometimes very high fees associated with this kind of transaction. However, with proper planning and close monitoring of your debts, your income, and your savings, you should be able to get preapproved and ultimately fully approved for many different types of mortgage loans. Be wary of very high fees from some lenders, however, particularly if an origination fee is charged – good lenders will charge for closing costs, and perhaps a small processing fee, but large origination fees often signal that you are doing business with a subprime lender.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give the Rigley Realty Group a call today at 916-396-7487 / 916-397-4787 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

Staging Your Home to Sell

When homes need an extra boost and sellers need to squeeze every extra penny out of their sale, real estate agents recommend home staging. Homeowners usually understand the need for a clean, well-lit, neutral-themed home that is devoid of clutter and in good repair to put their home on the market.

Staging a home can be done by design professionals or homeowners who take the time and effort to research exactly what staging is and how to do it right. When performed properly, every $100 spent on staging gives a $400 return. Most homeowners spent about $700 on home staging.

Preparing Homes for Staging

More than a third of home sellers use staging as a sales tool. Eighty-one percent of real estate agents report that staging helps buyers visualize a property as their home, even if the décor is not what they would choose. It also encourages potential buyers who begin their search online to attend open houses or book a showing.

In a perfect world, all homes would be completely empty before they are listed for sale. While this is not the reality for most homeowners, it is easiest to prepare a home for the market when it is empty and very clean. Then, say experts, homes can be staged to maximize profits.

  • Put all unnecessary items in storage.
  • Homes should be devoid of personal items, or at least look that way on the surface. Put everything needed for daily life away in cupboards.
  • Deeply clean the home and repaint it using a neutral color scheme.
  • Get rid of any items that show an eclectic sense of personal style.
  • Replace any old carpets and refinish any flooring that needs attention.
  • Replace old, out of date light fixtures, and update knobs and related hardware and electric outlet plate covers.
  • Any structural or major aesthetic issues should be resolved.

Now, it is time to stage the home.

Curb Appeal

Shoppers want to do a drive by to get a good look at the home before they set up a walk-through.

  • Replace mulch, refresh old flower beds, and fix any built-in flowerbeds that are in poor repair
  • Spray for weeds and trim and edge lawns. Make it look like professionals take care of the yard work.
  • Get rid of any low-hanging tree branches or overgrown shrubbery that conceals the home from the street.
  • The home should look well-maintained, bright, clean and be inviting. Hang a nice wreath or decorative placard on the front door.
  • Remember to put a few potted plants near the front door. If watering live plants is a problem, use silk plants.

Kitchens

In a kitchen, it is very easy to collect clutter. Personal items left on the counter can seem unprofessional and overly familiar, which is exactly what you do not want.

  • Keep coffee makers and stand mixers off work surfaces and out of the house.
  • A small, sleek crock holding matching kitchen utensils next to the stove looks nice and clean and gives a homey touch.
  • Basically, a kitchen should have reminders of what the room is for, but should not look overly “lived in”.

Bedrooms

If homeowners are still living in the home, be sure that every nook and cranny is absolutely spotless.

  • All clothing should be put away and laundry should not be sitting in baskets.
  • The bed should always be made unless someone is sleeping in it.
  • Remove all items of a personal nature that are not absolutely essential.
  • Keep furniture to a minimum.
  • Make sure there is a focal point in the room, like a nice rolled towel animal on the bed.
  • Remember to use accent colors to keep eyes moving and tie the room together.

Bathrooms

Home buyers really appreciate having bathrooms with a lot of storage, a smart, attractive setup, and an easy to clean room.

  • Counters and mirrors should not have water spots.
  • Find a way to show off the bathroom’s linen and toiletry storage.
  • Neutral, functional décor can include a basket on the counter with rolled towels, shelves and towel racks with decoratively folded towels and a bowl of ornate, scented artisan guest soaps near the sink.

Living Rooms

A living room should be ready for a business transaction at any time.

  • Keep pens handy and make sure there is a coffee table.
  • As a rule, a living room should have one main focal point and three accents to help draw the eyes through a line into the next room.
  • There should be movement in the décor, but there should also be harmony.
  • Furniture should match or at least complement each other, and accents should be 90 or 180 degrees from each other on the color wheel.
  • Try to keep the main focal point of the living room visible from all entryways into the room.

Tips to Keep Things Show Ready

Homeowners can use a couple mental tricks to keep themselves up to the task of maintaining their show-ready home. Set daily cleaning reminders on Google calendars and have a clear, concise bi-weekly maintenance schedule tied to an alarm on a smartphone.

Staging and maintaining a home is not an easy task, especially when homeowners still live in the home. Paying a professional stager and cleaning services to maintain the home is advisable for those are too busy to do the job properly. Work with a realtor to ensure your home passes scrutiny under a critical eye. With a four-fold return, staging is worth every penny invested, and every hour spent maintaining the home.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give the Rigley Realty Group a call today at 916-396-7487 / 916-397-4787 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

6 Steps to Buying a Home

Whether it’s your first time purchasing a home, or you’ve decided to sell your current property, it’s important to know as much as you can about the home buying process. While your real estate agent will provide you with the best advice, you can stay ahead of the game by understanding the basics with these six steps.

Know Your Credit Score

Your credit score is likely the single most important factor in the home buying process. This score will determine both the variety of homes available to you as well as, importantly, the interest rate you will secure on a home mortgage loan. There are a number of ways to monitor your credit score, but one of the best is to visit annualcreditreport.com. This site is a free way to monitor and access your credit score from all three of the major credit reporting agencies (Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion). You are entitled to one free credit report each year. You can also be preventative with you credit score. Pay all bills on time, keep low balances on revolving credit accounts (credit cards), and do not let any accounts fall into default or be charged off, as these will seriously reduce your score. A strong credit score is anywhere between 720 and 850.

The Importance of Saving Money

Most first purchase mortgage lenders will require some form of down payment on a new mortgage loan for a home. In addition, some cash will be needed once you purchase the home for improvements, unexpected maintenance, furniture, taxes, insurance, and closing costs. Therefore, having a small nest egg is crucial in the home buying process. Start early, and work out a saving plan with your current income so that each pay period you can add a bit more to the house fund.

Find The Right Real Estate Agent

One of the best ways to find a great real estate agent is through referrals. There are likely hundreds of agents and agencies in your larger metropolitan region, but sifting through all of these is time consuming and overwhelming. Instead, reach out to your network of homeowners and ask for referrals for agents. Make a short list of agents, and set up meetings so that you can assess each. It’s a good idea to have many questions prepared, as well as a list of priorities (house size, income, purchase price range, neighborhood, schools, etc.) with you when speaking with potential agents.

Get PreApproved For A Home Mortgage Loan

Getting preapproved for a mortgage is important before completing an offer on a potential home. Most real estate agencies will not proceed with an offer agreement before the preapproval is secured. This means meeting with potential lenders about mortgage loans. Remember that often a preapproval is not a guarantee for a mortgage, nor is it a binding agreement to work with a potential lender. However, the preapproval will require an investigation into your income, debts, tax returns, and bank statements. Most lenders will not give a preapproval without having first established that you are well-capable of repaying a large debt like a mortgage loan. You will need to complete the approval process once you choose the right lender for your loan.

Placing The Right Offer

Making the right offer on a potential home is more of an art than a science. While some believe that the strongest, highest offer will always win, this is not always the case. Build a rapport with your and the home’s real estate agent, as well as with any attorneys attached, so that your character, personality, priorities, and interests are also taken into account as well as your financial offer. It’s best not to low-ball enormously on an offer as this may risk offending the home sellers, however, you usually want to get into a negotiation that ultimately will leave you paying less than the asking price. Your real estate agent can be very helpful here, too, as they will likely be an expert in reading the needs of the home sellers and the other real estate agents involved.

What Happens After Offer Is Accepted

Once an offer is accepted, generally the home goes into what is called escrow. This means that the property is handled by a third party under the agreement to deliver the property professionally and timely upon completion of the necessary tasks. You will likely need to schedule an appraisal for the home value as well as an inspection for the building and its contents. It is important to get a licensed and reliable inspector, as you do not want to purchase a home only to find out later that there are problems with the foundation, the roof, or other critical components of the property. Once inspection, appraisal, and mortgage approval are finalized, it is up to you and the home sellers to decide on a closing date to transfer the deed.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give the Rigley Realty Group a call today at 916-396-7487 / 916-397-4787 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

6 Steps to Selling a House

There’s a science to selling your house, and we’re here to help you find just the right formula for success. Understanding the home selling process will help you when it comes to selling your home for the highest return on your investment in the shortest amount of time. Check out these six steps before you list that house!

Find The Right Real Estate Agent

Finding the right real estate agent is a crucial part when selling your home. You need to find an agent who is both trustworthy as well as tenacious, which can be a tricky combination. One of the best ways to find an agent is through referrals. Instead of wading through the seemingly endless list of agencies in the yellow pages and on the internet, instead reach out to your homeowner friends and other networks. Look particularly for friends or associates with similar interests and preferences and home selling ranges (perhaps in the same neighborhood). Ask for recommendations and collect a list of potential options. Make sure to have a list of questions prepared as well as a list of priorities ready for your meetings with agents.

Staging Your Home for Buyers

Seeing is believing in real estate. If potential buyers see your home in disarray, an appraisal may not be enough to sway the right buyer. Therefore, staging your home will make it seem far more appealing. There are a number of professional home staging agencies you can reach out to, at a variety of price points. This is a good option if you have extra cash, as professional stagers may even bring in attractive furniture and art, bringing an extra flair to the property. However, if you do not have this disposable income, small touches will go a long way in staging. Always have the home clean, of course, but fresh flowers, a manicured lawn, aromatics, and warm lighting will always bring a bit extra to showings.

Setting The Right Asking Price

Before setting a price on your home, make sure to look at the comparables in your neighborhood. Comparables are the recent sales in your area. When you measure the comparables against your recent tax assessment, and a recent appraisal, you should have a good idea as to the actual value of your home. However, be sure to take into consideration any improvements you have made to the property, particularly if they are significant (like an addition, a new structure, or major roofing, lighting, electrical, or heating installations). Have a price in mind that you hope to fetch for the property based on this information, and then decide how much over this price you think you can make and still find attractive home buyers. There will always be a price negotiation, and you do not want to end up with a price that is below your floor, or worse, lower than the actual value of the home. Work with your real estate agent on this process.

Accepting An Offer

Once you have attractive offers, take other things into consideration other than the finances. Perhaps you have built a strong rapport with your neighborhood, and a potential buyer would not blend well with the neighbors. Perhaps you have a vested interest in keeping the property intact, and you know one potential buyer wants to raze the house and rebuild from the ground up. Obviously, taking the highest offer will give you the best options when purchasing a new home, but there may be other considerations as well. Also, be sure to work with the real estate agent in order to assess potential buyers and their motivations.

What Happens After You Accept An Offer

Once an offer is accepted, generally the onus is on the buyers to move the process forward within the legal limits of the offer period. Buyers must get their preapprovals to the approval stage and schedule the inspectors, assessors, and appraisers to finalize their agreements for the home. You may also want to move forward with your own home buying plans if you are selling your primary residence. There could be snags during this process, but generally at this stage – and particularly after escrow – the lawyers and agents will be working on your behalf moving quickly toward closing.

What To Expect On Closing Day

Closing days should move smoothly and effortlessly, so long as there were no major snags during preapproval or after escrow. This involves a lot of paperwork and signing, as the deed transfer needs several copies of documents for all parties as well as originals for the actual recording of the new deed on the property. You may handle the closing with the home buyers or at separate times, but make sure to double check all closing paperwork before signing the deed and any new mortgage paperwork. Once the deal is finished, you may need to wait three days (often called a “cooling off” period) before the ink is truly dry and the deal is entirely finished.

Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give the Rigley Realty Group a call today at 916-396-7487 / 916-397-4787 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.

Top-Rated Restaurants in Sacramento


Whether you’re looking for a breakfast restaurant that serves all your favorites or a lunch experience with traditional French meals, Sacramento has something for everyone. We’ve taken the guesswork out of choosing by checking out Yelp and choosing the top-rated restaurants in the area, as noted by people who leave reviews. Check out one this week.

Breakfast Restaurants

The Waffle Experience is located at 4391 Gateway Park Blvd., Suite 650 Sacramento, CA. This address is in the 95834-zip code area. For more information, call 916-285-0562. They are open every day from 8 AM to 3 PM. With 1,643 reviews, they have a 4.5-star rating. They offer a variety of breakfast and brunch menus that are waffle sandwiches with fresh ingredients, hot and straight off the grill, their waffles are served with fresh whipped cream, and most orders come with your choice of potatoes, French fries, fresh fruit or daily salad. They have options for children and a drink menu that includes mimosas.

District is located in Old Sacramento (next to Ten22) on 1022 2nd Street. This address is in the 95814-zip code area. For more information, call 916-291-7973. They are open daily from 7:30 AM to 11 PM and have a 4.5-star rating. They offer a variety of pastries, muffins, sandwiches, and salads. Choose from options like Ranch Egg Omelets, French toast, Breakfast Croissant, Warm Granola, and a Daily Breakfast Wrap. Their price range is below $10.

Lunch Restaurants

Café Rolle is located in East Sacramento at 5357 H St. This address is in the 95819-zip code area. For more information, call 916-455-9140. They are open on all days except Mondays and Sundays. They have 1,052 reviews and a 4.5-star rating. They pride themselves on delicious traditional French meals that range from seafood to salads and desserts. Choose options like chilled salmon served with fresh dill crème Fraiche or succulent tender prawns marinated in olive oil, garlic, and herbs. Of course, we have to mention the homemade Duck Foie Gras served with Dijon mustard, cornichons, French baguette, and warm Quiche salad.

Sampino’s Towne Foods is located at 1607 First Street in mid-town Sacramento. This address is in the 95814-zip code area. For more information, call 916-441-2372. They are open daily from 10 AM to 5 PM. On Friday they open until 9 PM. They are closed on Sunday. This restaurant has 525 reviews and a 4.5-star rating. They offer a full selection of fresh pasta, ravioli, pasta sauces, meats, seafood, Italian imported goods, and wine. Among the locals, this restaurant is famous for their mouthwatering sandwiches that are stuffed with fresh ingredients like their famous Sampino’s Homemade Meatballs served with marinara Sauce, provolone and cheddar cheese, shaved grana Padano, garlic aioli, tomato, and diced pepperoncini on a ciabatta roll.

Dinner Restaurants

Ramen House Ryujin is located in mid-town Sacramento at 1831 Second Street. This address is in the 95811-zip code area. For more information, call 916-341-0488. They are open Monday – Sunday from 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM, Monday – Thursday and Sunday from 5 PM to 10 PM, and Friday – Saturday from 5 PM to 12 AM. This restaurant has 1,932 reviews and a 4.5-star rating. If you are looking for delicious ramen and fantastic Japanese food, this is the place to be. They offer a variety of ramens like the Shiro Tonkotsu ramen, a pork based noodle soup. Other options include BBQ pork, steamed cabbage, black mushroom, red ginger, green onion, Aji- Tama (seasoned egg) with sesame seeds on top. They have fresh salads and great soups, too.

The Rind is located at 1801 Street in midtown Sacramento. This address is in the 95811-zip code area. For more information, call 916-441-7463. They are open on Fridays and Saturdays from 11 AM to 12 AM and all the other days from 11 AM to 10 PM. This restaurant is new to the area. It has 667 reviews and a 4.5-star rating. They are best known for their cheese-based foods like the grilled cheese, cheese boards, and mac & cheese. Other foods include seasonal salads and more seasonal artisan foods. The restaurant’s menu is also inclusive of a vegan menu. It’s locally famous for its Happy Hour known as Legen-Dairy Hour where you can meet up with friends and share drinks together.

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