Housing Market Outlook – Slight Improvement in 2020 Despite having a double-digit decline in the first half of the year, California home sales only dipped slightly in 2019 as low interest rates boosted the market in the last six months of the year. With the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) dipping more than 100 basis…

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Happy Holidays! We found this helpful and hope you do too! Here’s How to Stay Sane During a Hectic Holiday Season by Kate Donovan The holiday season is all about fun and merriment, but if we’re being honest, it can get intense.  A towering to-do list, complicated family dynamics, and excess everything can get overwhelming…

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Sometimes life takes us on paths we had not planned; a sick spouse, aging parent or kids who grow up and move out (hopefully).  It’s during these times that we need to think about our current living situation and decide if it still works for us.  Oftentimes it’s a job change or retirement that has…

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Helping your aging parents prepare to sell and move into either independent or assisted living is not easy, even if they are willing to make that move. And over the years, we’ve seen many situations where adult children need to step-in to assist. Sometimes a parent dies and the family members are left with dismantling…

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  City of Citrus Heights – 2019 State of the City   (Content Correction: Our recent blog on the Citrus Heights’ State of the City stated that the City will be facing a $65 mil deficit, the information should have read “The City needs $65 mil to do all of the road repairs in the…

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You spend most of your day in your office so why not find ways to make it a more enjoyable place to be? Try a few of these simple tips to create a more inviting and relaxing office space. Change Up Your Lighting:  Try getting a nice desk lamp and a floor lamp to help…

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  The average home seller would be more likely to move up if they knew there was a system that would help them do so without the fear of being homeless, unintentionally owning two homes or being completely stressed in the process. This fear and lack of education of the process often causes the home…

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