Webinar: First-Time Home Buyers

I'm super-excited to announce our first free webinar: First-Time Home Buyers. Jason Cope, loan originator from New American Funding and myself will be hosting a First Time Home Buyers webinar to go through all the ins and outs of how to buy a home and what to expect. Our [...]

The Best Brunch Places For Mother’s Day In San Fernando Valley

What better way to say "Thank You" than taking your mother to a place she'll enjoy and food she'll love? Read on for some of the best restaurants that offer a pretty darn fabulous Mother's Day brunch in the San Fernando Valley. The Bistro Garden at Coldwater 12950 Ventura Blvd. [...]

Survive the Remodeling

Remodeling, renovating your home can be an exciting journey. But did you know that for some of the couples, that journey ends up in separation or divorce? Statistics show that 48% fight over the budget, while 18% have misunderstandings over the floor plan. Read about the rest of the [...]

Buying a Home While on Vacation

So you have just stumbled upon The One among all houses on the market, but you have to travel outside the country. In that case this video is just for you. Learn how to handle the entire process of buying a home while on vacation. Follow my tips and [...]

The Perfect Match Is Out There

With our current market conditions having less inventory, I speak with buyers often who have felt discouraged - but fear not! The California Board of Realtors' latest infographic "The Perfect Match is Out There" breaks down many of the fears and hurdles home buyers are currently facing. More than [...]

Gardening Tips In LA

Most gardeners have been out in the garden for several weeks already, but anytime this month is a great time to start incorporating soil amendments, sowing seeds and putting in transplants. The soil is dry enough to be worked without compacting it, the air is warm enough to enjoy [...]

How To Choose a Neighborhood

The neighborhood in which your new home is located is perhaps one of the most important things to take into consideration. Especially if you're looking to move in long-term. If you want to make the best choice possible for you and your family, there are 4 points you need [...]

Do’s and Don’ts of LA Recycling

The City of Los Angeles currently operates the largest residential curbside recycling program in the United States, collecting a variety of recyclables from over 750,000 households every week. It collects an average of 800 tons per day of recyclable materials and 1,700 tons per day of green waste from Los [...]

How to Make Your Home Baby-Safe While Still Pregnant

Making your home and environment baby-safe when the newborn comes is crucial for their proper and safe growth. Here are some things you can do to make sure everything around you is baby-friendly. I’m sure some of these you are aware of, staying away from alcohol, cigarettes, and any [...]

The Best Places to Eat on Ventura Blvd, LA

Being a large city as it is, Los Angeles covers a lot of places for all your favorite activities. I know food is certainly one of my favorite activities, so whether you're looking for a wine&dine place or for your ritual brunch with friends, this list covers it all. [...]

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