Monthly Archives: December 2013

    • A Ventura County Thanksgiving

      In 1621, the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared an autumn harvest feast that is acknowledged today as one of the first Thanksgiving celebrations in the colonies. But it wasn’t…

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    • Winterizing Your Home

      Winter-Proof Your SoCal Property Are you pulling out your favorite sweaters and sorting through the holiday decorations already? Winter is just around the corner and although Southern California temperatures don’t…

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    • The History of the Christmas Tree

      Long before the early days of Christianity, trees and plants that stayed green throughout the seasons, had a special meaning for people in the winter time. Believe it or not,…

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    • Thousand Oaks Ranked 4th in Safety

      Safety, A Priority for Home Buyers When home buyers consider a potential neighborhood in which to buy, they look at several factors which might include the school district, neighborhood aesthetics…

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    • Top Five Tips to Prepare a Home for Sale

      List Your Home to Sell! Be the home seller who goes to market and sells, not the one who is forced to keep dropping the list price. The difference between…

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    • Your 2014 Real Estate Wish List

      What is on your real estate wish list for 2014? Do you even have a wish list? Maybe you’re planning on selling a house or purchasing your dream home in…

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    • It’s Summer: Check Your Air Conditioning Units

      California Homes, California Air Conditioning The summer has finally arrived for this real estate agent in my little corner of the world Westlake Village. For me, summer means that sunny…

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