Elegant DIGGS: 1545 Highland Ave

You know this home. It’s the one with the white picket fence and lush manicured hedges – warm light spills from all the windows in the evening. You’ve peeked into the verdant courtyard, it feels like looking in a Thomas Kinkade painting! The interior is just as elegant. This Cumberland […] Read more »

The best places to watch the 2018 World Series near Glendale, CA

If you weren’t lucky enough to score some tickets, we have the best places to watch the 2018 World Series near Glendale, CA. Seriously, tickets for Friday’s game at Dodger Stadium start at over $600 and that doesn’t include parking, or a Cheeto-lote. You might miss the crowd, and the way […] Read more »

Equestrian DIGGS: 10640 Wheatland Ave

Equestrian DIGGS: 10640 Wheatland Ave Horse and Owner will live in perfect harmony in this little slice of Shadow Hills heaven. The peace and tranquility is so perfect it’s hard to believe that major studios, several downtowns and the Burbank airport are just minutes away. The home is a wide […] Read more »

Home Buying 101

Home Buying 101: What to expect at each step

What Should I Expect When Buying a Home? You can’t have it all. What are your compromises? Your down payment is just the start. Understand ALL the cost involved. Do you need your own agent? You might need a top buyer’s agent of your own. Don’t be left homeless! A […] Read more »

Decluttering? 5 places to sell your stuff that aren’t Craigslist

For most of us, decluttering is a constant challenge—and if you’re downsizing to smaller digs, it can be completely overwhelming. One way many people make the process less painful is by selling their castoffs—because parting with old possessions doesn’t feel half as bad with a little extra money in your […] Read more »

Are you ready to sell you home?

5 Ways To Know If You Are Ready To Sell Your Home

How do you know if you are ready to sell your home? Knowing when it’s time to sell your home is not an easy thing. Ten years. That’s the average amount of time a homeowner stays in a house, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Think that sounds surprisingly […] Read more »

Firescaping: Landscaping for fire safety

Live in a wildfire prone area? If you’re in California like us the answer is probably yes. You may know that the materials your home is made out of can contribute to your home’s level of vulnerability to wildfire, but did you also know your landscaping can play a role […] Read more »

Easy ways to save money on air conditioning this summer

Air conditioning is cool (pun totally intended) but it takes a lot of energy to run, and that energy isn’t cheap. Do you open up your bills from the electric company with dread every summer? We have a few tips on ways to save some money on your electric bill […] Read more »

Glendale approves Armenian American Museum plans

Glendale’s future Armenian American Museum took a step forward last week when the Glendale City Council approved preliminary designs for the building and surrounding Glendale Central Park. Glendale City council is moving ahead with negotiations to lease city property near Brand Boulevard and Colorado Street, where the museum would rise, […] Read more »