As a new homeowner there’s a litany of things on your mind – and on your to-do list. Be sure to do these 5 things first because they’ll save you time, money, and headaches later: 1. Change The Locks Who else has keys? Maybe the previous owner…but who else did they give keys to? Change … » Learn More about New Homeowner? 6 Must-Dos
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You can do it yourself! And just because you do it yourself doesn’t mean anyone needs to know you didn’t hire a professional! Here are some pro tips sure to make your next project fun, easy and looking PRO! 1. Use Fabric Softener to Keep Bristles Soft When not soaked properly brushes can become hard … » Learn More about Top 7 Pro Painting Tips
What’s Escrow? How do appraisals work? This engaging 1-hour boot camp will answer questions and guide you through the 17 steps of the home purchase process – whether a first time buyer or just curious about the steps and how it all works. Designed to be informal and interactive, this small group session of 4-8 people … » Learn More about Thinking of Buying? Don’t miss this FREE class!
In the mid-city region, Normal Heights is known for its affordable pubs, restaurants, coffee houses, antique shops, book shops, and burgeoning arts community. History The “Normal” in the name ”Normal Heights” refers to the State Normal School, the predecessor to San Diego State University ... » Learn More about Normal Heights
Situated to the northeast corner of Balboa Park and bound on the north by the canyons overlooking Mission Valley, this charming neighborhood boasts wonderful eateries and the distinction of being in the top 10 national microbrewery neighborhoods. The North Park sign can be seen at 30th Street and ... » Learn More about North Park
Located northwest of Balboa Park and south of Mission Valley, Hillcrest is known for its numerous locally-owned businesses, including restaurants, cafés, bars, clubs, trendy thrift-stores, and other independent specialty stores. Hillcrest has a high population density compared to many other ... » Learn More about Hillcrest
Kensington was founded in 1910 when a map was filed on April 9, 1910. The map contains the name of two sisters who owned the land which became the Kensington Park subdivision. Abby (Hall) Hitchcock and Mary (Hall) Gleason inherited the ex-Rancho Mission land from the estate of their deceased ... » Learn More about Kensington
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