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Where was the First Mcdonalds Located?

The original Mcdonald’s in San Bernardino Growing up I thought everyone knew Mcdonald’s beginnings were in San Bernardino. What was even crazier was that somewhere in the Midwest people thought they were the first to have a Mcdonalds and some still think so until this day. When you think of Mcdonald’s I don’t know about you, I think of the cheeseburgers, Happy Meals, and …

So You Want to Rent?

As you know, I am going to try to talk you out of renting if you have the option to buy. I realize that not everyone, but most people, has the option to buy a home. If you need time before you are qualified to buy, you still need a place to live, so you may be forced to rent for awhile. I wanted …

Urban, Suburban, Rural…

As you may guess by the title, there are three main ways one can describe the area they live in as it pertains to the geography, development, and population. You can live in a city; however, the city could be spread thin and not have a high population. One can live in an area that is extremely populated like New York City and would …

Pre-War Building? Pros and Cons of Older Homes

When you live in a city like Redlands or Riverside, there are a lot of historic homes. These homes have a certain charm but are they better than buying new? It may be a matter of taste, but what are the actual benefits if any? A house built before the 20’s is a prewar building, a house built after, obviously isn’t. A prewar building …

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Reverse Mortgage Information

I remember when I got into real estate, the market was very normal in Southern California. The Inland Empire was an affordable place to live so there were a lot of commuters as well as local economy workers. I first heard the term “Short Sale” in 2007 and I had no idea what it was. I learned quickly and it became very common. Another …

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There Are More Empty Homes Than There Are Homeless Peo...

I ran into an interesting fact and it seems like a simple solution, of course it isn’t. The numbers are staggering but some states are making a difference. Millions of Americans are homeless, and yet they’re outnumbered by vacant homes and government-owned buildings. A growing number of activists are calling for these empty spaces to be filled with the humans living on America’s streets. …

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Housing Market News for the IE

The Inland Empire is still the Real Estate Market in Southern California where investors flourish. It is also a place where people can buy affordably and sell with way less effort than other parts of Southern California. With that said, newer private housing starts for Inland Southern California remain low and steady. At the same time the index for housing prices continues to rise. …

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Burglar Shmurglar

It is a beautiful place. We live in southern California and yes, we have some of the best weather in the united states. We aren’t too humid, we get hot but not unbearable for the most part, we don’t get too cold. Everyone knows there are a lot of benefits. What are some of the downfalls though? We are in a draught. We have …

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City, Country, or Somewhere in Between?

There are three different ways one can describe the area they live in as it pertains to population amounts. You can live in a city; however, the city could be spread out and very small. One can live in an area that is extremely populated like New York City and would have to describe their city in a larger context as “city” does not …

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Inland Empire Housing is Still Bouncing Back and Still...

It is going to be up and down for a while. We have seen some really good months recently for the resale housing market. January and February were steady and March was still a good month on the rise. Home sales rebounded in March but fell below what they were a year ago. Stats for newly constructed homes are also included in this data. …

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