Monthly Archives: June 2013

Why You Should Buy A House Now

“When it comes to buying or refinancing a house, I’ve got some advice. Do it. And do it soon. I can’t say what’s going to happen in next few months. But over the next few years, odds are home prices with increase, and so will interest rates. If you don’t buy now, one day you’ll […]

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Hike – Full Moon Over La Cañada

To Celebrate the Summer Solstice and the longest day of the year last week, on June 21st, I headed up in the hills over La Cañada to enjoy the moonlight and the great views. This is a good open trail, perfect for hiking under the full moon without lamps. Taking the fire road that leads up […]

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Quote For The Day

“I fear the day when the technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.”   Albert Einstein

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Hike – Santa Ynez Canyon to Trippet Ranch & Eagle Rock

This was my first time to Santa Ynez Canyon which is part of Topanga Canyon State Park. Started from the trail head at the end of Vereda De La Montura Street, in Pacific Palisades. The hike begins under a shady stretch of Live Oak’s, along side a small stream as it heads up to the up the Santa Ynez canyon. […]

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They call him Flipper, Flipper, faster than lightning.

Do you think “flippers” have an positive or negative effect on the housing market? With home prices on the increase some think that more flippers are racing into the market, grabbing up the run-down and discounted properties in an effort to turn a quick profit and keeping other buyers from getting into the market. This is certainly […]

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Quote for the Day

Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are. ~ Chinese proverb

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Top 10 Projects For Your (New) Home.

You’ve found the home of your dreams, or you’ve at least come pretty close. There’s not quite enough space in the garage, the paint colors are outdated and there’s a spot in the kitchen where the floor squeaks. Unless it’s newly built, a new home typically requires a few DIY projects, and really, that’s part […]

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