First-Time Buyer Affordability Improves in 2019

With interest rates falling and home prices declining, 51 percent of renters qualify to be first-time buyers, according to a California Association of Realtors (CAR) first-time buyer financing index. The index measures buying conditions for hypothetical first-time...

July OC Calendar of Events

Sawdust Festival Through Sept. 2 Outdoor arts and crafts festival. Watch artists create their work and buy directly from the artists while enjoying the wonderful atmosphere. Time/Place: 935 Laguna Canyon Rd., Laguna Beach Contact: 949-494-3030 /...

California Ranks Top 3rd for Quality of Life

Being a California native, I can say I’m somewhat biased about our great state. After all, where else can you catch a wave and ride the slopes in the same day?! We live in a beautiful and geographically diverse state that has some of the best weather, beaches,...

PG&E Power Blackouts Approved for 2019

If you are a PG&E customer (and you don’t already have solar) – you may want to get a portable generator – it could be a long miserable summer when there’s wildfires. If you’re a PG&E customer, get ready for power blackouts this year to prevent wildfires....

Airbnb Tips for Summer Travelers

With vacay season right around the corner, we thought it would be useful to share some Airbnb tips for those of you that are not regular Airbnbers. Though vacation rentals can falsely advertise and you run the risk of not knowing exactly what you’re getting, the...

Love Costa Mesa Day Happening May 18th

What would happen if our entire community came together to show some love for Costa Mesa? Love Costa Mesa is an annual city-wide volunteer service day for those who live in Costa Mesa to show their love for their community. This year, Love Costa Mesa day will be...