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Green Isle Properties offers a wide range of traditional and innovative real estate solutions, for both single-family and multi-family properties, with a level of customer service that is unmatched in our industry.
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Sacramento

California’s capital and the state’s 6th largest city is centrally located between the San Francisco Bay Area and the recreational paradise of Lake Tahoe…

Roseville

Located northeast of Sacramento off I-80, Roseville is the largest city in Placer County and a magnet for families relocating from other parts of California…

Rocklin

This fast-growing former railroad town has transformed over the past few decades into one of the most popular residential communities in the area…

Citrus Heights

This suburb of Sacramento was incorporated in 1997 and features a combination of older, more established neighborhoods and newer property developments…

Folsom

The quaint Old Town center and Folsom Lake recreation area are two attractions that make the city of Folsom a favorite of home buyers and visitors…

El Dorado Hills

This unincorporated area of El Dorado County enjoys low hills and beautiful real estate with outstanding views of Folsom Lake and the surrounding area…

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Michael Reilly

Green Isle Properties offers a wide range of traditional and innovative real estate solutions, with a level of customer service that is unmatched in the Sacramento area market. We bring an in-depth understanding of local trends, economics and demographics that can help buyers and sellers get the most out of their next sale or purchase.

Whether your next transaction is a primary residence, a second home, or a multi-family property, our Sacramento area real estate services will benefit first time home buyers and seasoned investors alike.

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