Commuter Solutions: The Best Suburbs Close to Los Angeles

~ interesting that San Bernardino and Riverside County cities were not mentioned as us here in the Inland Empire know how many are commuting to Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties from here. But then again maybe we will just keep that secret 😉 ~ Commuter Solutions: The Best Suburbs Close to Los Angeles … Continue reading Commuter Solutions: The Best Suburbs Close to Los Angeles

Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Rates?

Local Borrowing Trends Released – Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Interest Rates? Inland Empire, CA –  Can Inland Empire consumers absorb higher lending costs for purchasing homes, making repairs, remodeling, buying automobiles, attending school, surviving life events, and other borrowing decisions if interest rates continue rising as expected? “It depends,” said Dwight Johnston, chief economist for the … Continue reading Can Inland Empire Households Survive Rising Rates?

50 Worst Cities to Live In

~ Unfortunately we have 3 cities in CA 😦 ~ 50 Worst Cities to Live In Quality of life in an American city often depends on the neighborhood one lives in, as abject poverty and crime can be found just blocks away from prosperity. Still, as much as a city can be judged on the … Continue reading 50 Worst Cities to Live In

2017’s Happiest Places to Live

2017’s Happiest Places to Live The pursuit of happiness is an unalienable right of all people. The U.S. Declaration of Independence makes that very clear. But as everyone discovers at some point, happiness is not so easy to achieve — unless, perhaps, you’re in a place where it is not only a state of being … Continue reading 2017’s Happiest Places to Live

More home sales are failing to close

More home sales are failing to close Posted by Carrie B. Reyes | Mar 6, 2017 | Home Sales, Real Estate News | 0 | Nationally, 3.9% of home sales failed to close in 2016, compared to 2.1% in 2015, according to Trulia. Homes which changed status from pending or active contingent back to for … Continue reading More home sales are failing to close

2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

Fitness 2017

~ I think that San Bernardino & Riverside can do better, but at least we are not the worst ~ 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle Jan 5, 2017  |  Richie Bernardo, Senior Writer 2,178 SHARES There’s a reason why bodybuilding experts invented the concept of “cheat day”: Even the fittest of the fit … Continue reading 2017’s Best & Worst Cities for an Active Lifestyle

Are Inland residents locked out of the housing market?

  Are Inland residents locked out of the housing market? The housing crisis in California is ground-level concern Update: An earlier version of this story gave the incorrect figures for the cost of fees to developers to build a home in San Bernardino County. The range is $35,000 to $50,000. Also, percentage of crowded homes … Continue reading Are Inland residents locked out of the housing market?

Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening

Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening A crowd gather before the grand opening of Valencia Vista at Arrowhead Grove, the 76-unit workforce housing community at Valencia Avenue and 9th Street in San Bernardino Wednesday. The Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood revitalization effort is part of the $150 million to $200 million redevelopment of the former Waterman … Continue reading Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening

The 50 Best Burritos in America 2016

The 50 Best Burritos in America 2016 The Daily Meal When you think about it, the burrito might be the world’s most perfect food. Seriously, what’s not to love? A jumbo flour tortilla, steamed and pliable, filled with beans, cheese, meat, and vegetables, customizable to the extreme. Want guacamole and Mexican crema? Sure. Want grilled … Continue reading The 50 Best Burritos in America 2016

San Bernardino breaks ground on new park

San Bernardino breaks ground on new park Gil Navarro, a member of the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, shakes hands with San Bernardino Councilman John Valdivia at a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday for a park being built at Ninth and E streets in San Bernardino. COURTESY PHOTO By Ryan Hagen, The Sun Posted: 03/09/16, 7:56 … Continue reading San Bernardino breaks ground on new park