Why You Shouldn’t Abbreviate Source: “Stop Abbreviating 2020. Police Say it Leaves You Open to Fraud and Could Cost You Big,” USA Today Network (Jan. 2, 2020) Security officials are warning consumers to not abbreviate “2020” in official documents because they say it can be an easy way for scammers to commit forgery. They […]
Your home: You love it, but sometimes you have to leave it. Whether it’s the eight hours a day or eight days on a dreamy beach, allowing your biggest investment to fend for itself can be stressful. And it’s a legit concern; when your home looks empty, break-ins happen. A lot. Ugh. You could deter burglars by […]
When sitting down at any of the participating eateries during Restaurant Week, you’ll find two-course lunch menus items ranging from $10 to $20 per person, and three-course dinners between from $20 to $50 per person. And those irresistibly discounted meals will spotlight local produce, meat, seafood, libations, and other ingredients. It’s a great way to […]
What is the net worth of a renter versus a homeowner? The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently conducted a study comparing the net worth between renters and homeowners. The study showed the net worth of the homeowner far exceeds the net worth of the renter. So, the question for renters is – why are […]
What does this C.A.R. (California Association of REALTORS®) infographic indicate? Today’s workforce is going through a major transition, and hopefully our systems will adapt to this transforming society. Businesses could see increase productivity by reducing the amount of time their employees spend on congested freeways. And what about happier employees? There are lots of other […]
On August 21st, the United States will experience its first coast-to-coast solar eclipse since 1918. The eclipse will start at about 9:05 am Pacific from Oregon, and the sun will cast its shadow all the way down to South Carolina. This historical event will last for a total of Only 12 state will experience the […]
The San Diego grunion run is back, and this will likely be one of their last visits until spring of 2018. For those who are not familiar, grunions are small slender palm size fish that spawn their eggs on sandy beaches. Fortunately for San Diegans, this phenomenon only occurs on ‘sandy’ Southern California beaches. If […]
San Diego – 28th Annual Clairemont Family Day It’s that time of the year for another San Diego community event. This Saturday, August 5 is the 28th Annual Clairemont Family Day located at 3605 Clairemont Dr. Come join the fun and meet other community members. Visit the Clairemont Family Day website for the full day’s schedule.