Protect Yourself From Air Pollution: Air Quality Tips During Wildfires

While most of us worry about how we can stay healthy on a day by day basis... air pollution is an important topic - especially with the current wildfires raging surrounding  the San Fernando Valley and Los Angeles areas.  Whether you're in Encino and Sherman Oaks closer to the Skirball [...]

Giving Tuesday: Be The Helping Hand This Year

Ever since it was introduced in 2012, Giving Tuesday follows Thursday Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday. Entering its sixth year, GivingTuesday is a global day of giving. This Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving, as a [...]

11 Neighborhoods for The Best Trick Or Treat Experience

There are 3 reasons why LA is the best city for trick-or-treating. Our fabulous weather means no bulky coats obscure costumes. Being a gigantic city means lots of houses close together, and over-the-top special effects and decorations that will trick out many homes. So if your street doesn’t celebrate [...]

Fall Traditions: Things To Do & Places To Go In LA

It’s the golden season right now in the Golden State, and contrary to popular belief, California does have all the four seasons out of which this one’s packed with activities and places to go for the entire family. We believe that traditions keep families together giving a special feeling [...]

7 Ways To Get Better Rates On Fire Insurance And Protect Your Home

Fire is the most common cause of property destruction. More than 1,000 home fires are reported on an average day. That’s one every 85 seconds! Home fires kill seven people per day. 1 out of every 310 households reports a fire each year. This is why mortgage lenders require [...]

The Mills Tax Act: Historical Property Contract Program

If you own a historic building in Los Angeles, your property is an existing City of Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument or a contributing structure in a designated Historic Preservation Overlay Zone then you have the chance to apply for the Mills Act Historical Property Contract Program which will allow [...]

Hiking Guide In LA: The Best Trails

With a variety of distinct climate zones, fascinating geology, nearby wilderness areas and nearly-perfect weather year-round, L.A. really does have something for everyone who’s looking to get outside. Here we would like to help you explore the most beautiful points of the city and get on the best hiking [...]

Infographic: Avoid These Bedroom Designs

If you want to follow some experts guidelines in building your dream house as a model house for all the other in the neighborhood, this week we have some more tips on what to do/ avoid doing. Namely, here are some advises on what to avoid when it comes [...]

Summer Volunteering Opportunities in LA

Summer is the time you have your holidays, sipping cocktails at the beach, having fun with the people you love but this summer we suggest you try something different and get out of your comfort zone. After all, John F. Kennedy spoke words of wisdom at his inauguration: "Ask [...]

Drought-Tolerant Landscaping: A 2017 Guide To LADWP Rebates

If you are interested in lawn replacement and going California-friendly in your garden but don’t know where to start, here we offer you a guide on xeriscaping, how to apply for a rebate program and get cash for your grass. Namely, the Waterworks Districts offer customers a rebate for [...]

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