People Try Living In A Tiny House

  People Try Living In A Tiny House If you are ever wanting to downsize and get a #tinyhouse I think this  Buzzfeed video is a great little insight! ~ Enjoy ~

Home Prices Rising, Too Much in Some Areas

  Home Prices Rising, Too Much in Some Areas CoreLogic’s February 2017 Home Price Index Report (HPI) reported gains both year-over-year and month-over-month. Home prices including distressed sales rose one percent month-over-month, and seven percent year-over-year. For March, CoreLogic predicts a 0.4 percent increase in home prices, and a 4.7 percent year-over-year increase. February was … Continue reading Home Prices Rising, Too Much in Some Areas

Sellers’ Biggest Hurdle? Finding Another Home

  Sellers’ Biggest Hurdle? Finding Another Home The greatest challenge for home sellers this year appears to be finding another home to buy. That’s according to a new survey by Redfin, which found that for almost 66 percent of sellers, the biggest concern they have is finding a new property. “It’s a seller’s market, but … Continue reading Sellers’ Biggest Hurdle? Finding Another Home

Fannie Mae: Education & Homeownership Linked

  Fannie Mae: Education & Homeownership Linked   Young adults are 3.5 percent less likely to own a home now than they were before the Great Recession, according to a working paper released by Fannie Mae on Thursday. Additionally, the homeownership rate among this demographic has dropped from 45 percent to 35 percent. The paper, … Continue reading Fannie Mae: Education & Homeownership Linked

Watch out for Natural Gas Leaks

~ Recently my family experienced a terrifying moment, when my 1 yr old nephew started having a seizure at home. He was quickly taken to the hospital and test were run and he was sent home. A day after being sent home he began throwing up, every couple of hours. When he was taken to … Continue reading Watch out for Natural Gas Leaks

Benefits for Section 8 landlords in LA County

Benefits for Section 8 landlords in LA County Posted by Sarah Kolvas | Mar 28, 2017 | first tuesday Local, Landlords and Tenants, Latest Articles, Los Angeles-Santa Barbara-Ventura | 0 | Last year the Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles (HACLA) revealed its plan to offer new incentives to landlords who participate in … Continue reading Benefits for Section 8 landlords in LA County

The Ultimate Guide to Funky Home Smells

~ Especially when you are selling your house these are great things to look for and assess so you can list your home in it's best light! ~ The Ultimate Guide to Funky Home Smells By Margaret Heidenry | Mar 30, 2017 Tim Platt/Getty Images There are two definitions of funky: 1) something that’s cool, … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Funky Home Smells

Part of Riverside’s Main Street to close for ‘Chow Alley’ plan

#slideImgDiv span { display: inline-block; height: 100%; } Part of Riverside's Main Street to close for 'Chow Alley' plan Despite concerns about disappearing parking spaces, the block between 10th and 11th streets will shut as the city plans for 'Chow Alley.' Riverside's Main Street pedestrian mall will add the block south of City Hall possibly … Continue reading Part of Riverside’s Main Street to close for ‘Chow Alley’ plan

Warning Orange County: Inland Empire catching up in livability!

  Warning Orange County: Inland Empire catching up in livability! Is the Inland Empire shedding its cheap-living image and getting ready to compete with its coastal brethren in terms of livability? Gallup’s annual “well-being” rankings for the nation’s metropolitan areas are out and there’s a shrinking gap in the perception of lifestyle quality between Los … Continue reading Warning Orange County: Inland Empire catching up in livability!

$568K House Vs. $10 Million House

A little Buzzfeed video I thought was fun for all you buyers out there. Enjoy!!! And if you can buy in the Inland Empire you will get more bang for your buck! 😉