RSVP Now: Buying and Selling in Sacramento’s Wild Real Estate Market

Buying a home in Northern California can be a daunting task.

In a live event offered exclusively to our valued subscribers, Ryan Lillis of The Sacramento Bee will host a discussion with local real estate experts about where the market is heading, how buyers can stand out and how sellers can get the best deals. offers.

The panelists:

  • Sacramento-area native Erin Stumpf has been involved in local real estate since 2005. She is a top agent for Coldwell Banker Realty, was elected to the Sacramento Association of Realtors Board of Directors in 2011 and is president of SAR. in 2022. She is also a member of the California Association of Realtors and the National Association of Realtors.

  • Kelly Pleasant, board member of the Sacramento Association of Realtors, is the founder of Pleasant Real Estate Group. He is a third-generation Sacramento native and has worked in local real estate since 2011. Pleasant has served on the Sacramento Association of Realtors Association Masters Club since 2012, a recognition reserved for the area’s top realtors.

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What: Buying and Selling in Sacramento’s Wild Real Estate Market | Live Q&A

When: Noon, July 20

Where: Available only to subscribers on sacbee.com. Click here to subscribe.

RSVP now and ask the panel a question.

Panelists

Erin Stumpf is an associate broker at Coldwell Banker in Sacramento and has been licensed since 2005.

Pleasant Kellyboard member of the Sacramento Association of Realtors, is the founder of Pleasant Real Estate Group.

Kelly Pleasant is a Top 1% Agent in Sacramento and is a sought-after panelist and commentator on the Sacramento market, real estate investing, and marketing.

Kelly Pleasant is a Top 1% Agent in Sacramento and is a sought-after panelist and commentator on the Sacramento market, real estate investing, and marketing.

Erin Stumpf, originally from the Sacramento area, has been involved in local real estate since 2005.

Ryan Lilis

Ryan Lilis

Ryan Lilis covers housing, real estate and development for The Sacramento Bee.

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