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    Daylight Saving Time: Facts and Nuggets

    By Angel Ella | March 11, 2022

    Ever wonder why we have Daylight Saving Time? How did it start? Where and when did it begin? Here are some facts and nuggets you should know about Daylight Saving Time: It is used to save energy and make better use of daylight. Thunder Bay, Canada is the first city to use it in 1908.... Read More

    7 Ways to Celebrate the Fourth of July in the Sacramento Region

    By Angel Ella | July 2, 2021

    BY:  CURTIS YEE, ANDREW WARNER After going dark last year due to the pandemic, Fourth of July celebrations are ramping up around the region. Whether you stack up at a pancake breakfast in Lincoln, catch a Sacramento Philharmonic & Opera concert while sitting on the field at Sutter Health Park, or get all shook up when... Read More


    By Angel Ella | March 12, 2021

    DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME 2021: WHEN DOES THE TIME CHANGE? WHEN DOES DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME BEGIN THIS YEAR? By: The Editor Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 14, 2021, at 2:00 A.M.  On Saturday evening, our clocks need to “spring forward” one hour. See details about the history of “saving daylight” and why we still observe DST today. Plus, let... Read More

    Buyer Beware: House Buying Deal Ploys That Can Backfire

    By Angel Ella | January 8, 2021

    There’s no denying that purchasing a house is an expensive endeavor; it’s likely the most lavish purchase you’ll ever make. So, it makes sense to try to bargain where you can. Save a few dollars here, get a few things thrown in there, right? We hear ya—we’re all about making a clever deal that doesn’t... Read More

    How to Bargain an Offer and Win It in the Age of Coronavirus

    By Angel Ella | December 29, 2020

    The real estate market and periodic life have been completely tangled in just a snap. Yet maybe despite it all, you have handled the search for a house you want and are ready to make a pleasant deal. But as you float over on the fringe of what is probably the largest investment of your... Read More

    Regardless of This Critical Situation, Householders Revamp to Ride Out Pandemic in Comfort

    By Angel Ella | December 11, 2020

      Despite the urgent forecasts from home improvement experts during high unemployment, a struggling economy, and health concerns, people are still investing in improving their homes—and it is keeping the revamping industry surprisingly solid. Householders are undertaking new projects or boosting to ongoing ones—although with some changes. These days, people want house offices for lonesome... Read More

    Things That You Should Do Before Moving To Your New Home

    By Angel Ella | December 1, 2020

    Welcome to the greatest moving checklist—a list of all the things you should do before moving into your new house. Let’s face it: With all the incitement of new grooves, it’s not difficult to forget some necessary tasks. Plus, specific things are best done while the house is still bare, long before your boxes and... Read More

    Selling Or Buying a House Without an Agent – Why Hire One?

    By Angel Ella | November 13, 2020

    It’s good to know that you want to start searching to buy a new home or even planning to sell your home, we know that you can make it on your own. But you might still consider a little helping hand coming from an expert agent. Remember that this is likely the biggest financial decision... Read More

    Ideas to Make Sure That Your New House is a Smart Home

    By Angel Ella | November 6, 2020

    If you are at your house searching process right at this moment, there are so many things you can do to make sure your new home is a smart one as soon as you move-in. But a home can only be as smart as its WIFI is fast. And with the majority of people working... Read More

    How to Celebrate Halloween Indoors

    By Angel Ella | October 30, 2020

    Move over COVID, we won’t let you ruin Halloween night! Here’s a list of things that you can do to celebrate Halloween indoors, or at least safely by maintaining social distancing. Do a Halloween staple sweets contest – let them guess what is the candy while tasting it blindfolded. Pumpkin Carving – make it a... Read More