'Fixer Upper': Is This The Best Home Show, And The Best Marriage, On TV? From Yahoo TV 4/27/16 There are a ton of home-improvement shows on cable television, but none of them possess the amount of charm, humor, and how-to details of HGTV’s Fixer Upper. Hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines are a Waco, Texas-based couple … Continue reading ‘Fixer Upper’: Is This The Best Home Show, And The Best Marriage, On TV?
From Business Insider 3/4/16 15 ways to improve your finances in a week A financial tune-up doesn't have to be a daunting process. It doesn't require a financial planner or MBA — it doesn't even have to take up much of your time. There are several actions you can take starting today that will … Continue reading 15 ways to improve your finances in a week
The best cities to flip homes in the US It’s a good time to be in the house flipping business. By Mandi Woodruff 4/26/16 . Source: RealtyTrac It’s a good time to be in the house flipping business. Over 110,000 investors flipped at least one home — selling a property within 12 months of … Continue reading Best Cities to flip homes
Southern California home prices surge in March; sales inch up Southern California home prices jumped 5.6% in March from a year earlier, as buyers fought over a meager supply of homes for sale and bid up values. The six-county region’s median price hit $449,000 last month, up from $425,000 a year earlier, real estate … Continue reading Southern California home prices surge in March; sales inch up
Summer gas prices will be the cheapest in 12 years, U.S. agency predicts California and the rest of the U.S. may get the lowest gas prices since 2005. Rob Nikolewski Drivers across the nation this summer may pay less than they have in years at the pump and that goes for motorists in California, which … Continue reading Summer gas prices will be the cheapest in 12 years, U.S. agency predicts
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If you’re in the throes of house hunting, chances are you’re excited—whether it’s your first home or your fifth. It’s an emotional roller-coaster ride!
Seeing something you love (or hate) can often cause you to blurt all kinds of things, some of which you might regret. Because while you can (and should) always be upfront with your Realtor®, you might not want to be quite so candid around the sellers (or the listing agent working for them). The reason? Just like in “Law & Order,” what you say can—and will—be used against you.
So before you step into a home and stick your foot in your mouth, heed these top things never to say to sellers or their agents when you’re shopping for new digs.
‘This is my dream house!’
You ever play poker? Well then you should know that if you want to maintain a strong negotiating position, never tip your hand, advises Ryan Gibbons
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RIVERSIDE: Toro participates in water conservation challenge A nonprofit organization is reaching out to individuals and cities to cut water and energy usage A national water conservation contest in which cities compete to get pledges from residents to save water is at the mid-way point. The Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation is supported … Continue reading RIVERSIDE: Toro participates in water conservation challenge
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From Only in Your State Posted in Southern California April 06, 2016 by Angela These 11 Amazing Camping Spots In Southern California Are An Absolute Must See Camping season in Southern California is here, so it’s time to map out your weekend getaways at these incredible campsites that will make your spring and summer a … Continue reading These 11 Amazing Camping Spots In Southern California Are An Absolute Must See
Column No, California's drought isn't over. Here's why easing the drought rules would be a big mistake Folsom Lake, Calif. Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times After months of El Niño rainfall, Folsom Lake became so full that excess water was being released over Folsom Dam, above. But reservoirs in Central and Southern … Continue reading California’s Drought Update