SoCal Gas To Pay $119M To LA City And County For Aliso Canyon Gas Leak

In late October 2015, one of 114 gas wells operated by SoCal Gas failed. It was the start of what ultmately became the largest-ever uncontrolled release of natural gas in U.S. history. In all, more than 100 metric tons of natural gas and other substances were released into the atmosphere. [...]

Should You Hire a Moving Company?

The process of moving comes with a boatload of choices. Which realtor to hire, which house to buy, and which furniture to move – are all hard enough decisions to ponder. Add in the choice over whether to move or hire movers, and it’s no wonder so many people [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 9/22/2018

Dow and S&P hit record highs again this week - Another round of data pushed stocks to record highs this week. The lowest weekly unemployment claims in 50 years caused stocks to surge on Thursday. Over the past few weeks, rising corporate profits , tame inflation, a weakening dollar, near [...]

5 Must Do Things to Get in the Autumn Mood

You may not feel the autumn in the Valley yet, especially with these above-the-100 temperatures. However, the new season is on the doorstep surely, and here are some ways to get in the autumn mood and feel great! Start the Season Actively Maybe you were not in the mood [...]

Upcoming Events | September Part 3

Fri September 21st GLENDALE: Odd Nights at the Autry – Odd Nights at the Autry is a free monthly outdoor event on the Autry grounds. Families can bring blankets and folding chairs and kick back to enjoy an evening picnic with live music on the lawn. ORANGE COUNTY: Terminator [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 09/15/2018

Stock markets end the week near record highs - Stock markets surged this week to near record levels rebounding from a 1% drop the prior week. Investors feel that the longest bull market in history will last well into 2019 based on strong fundamentals in the economy. Those include: unemployment [...]

The New Bus Line In The Valley

There is a new bus line in our neighborhood rolling down Topanga Canyon Blvd. It connects the West Valley and the Santa Monica Pier. Now we can all go to the beach for just $1! Seniors and people with disabilities pay only $.50. You can check out the full schedule [...]

Review Contest – Chelsea Robinson Real Estate

I thought it would be a nice change of pace to organize an online review contest and award some of my amazing clients and supporters with a $100 Amazon Gift Card. Sounds good? If you want to participate, these are the rules: Each review written on Facebook, Google, Yelp, Zillow, [...]

Market Update | Week Ending 09/08/2018

Wages grew at highest pace since 2009 - 201,000 new jobs created in August - The Labor Department reported that  the U.S. economy added 201,000 new jobs in August. That number beat analysts expectations and marked the 95th conservative month of job growth. The unemployment rate held steady at 3.9%, a 50 year low. The [...]

Where to Celebrate National Beer Lovers Day In LA?

­ On September 7, we celebrate National Beer Lovers Day. Whether you prefer a pint of pale ale, lager, stout or hefeweizen, there are plenty of spots to grab a beer in Los Angeles. Check out the top seven spots in the city that have specials today. The Stalking [...]

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