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January 26, 2015

How Does Your Street Name Compare?

This is fun! How does your street name compare? Click the image to check yours!
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May 20, 2014

Free Workshop: Home Buying 101

You are invited to a free workshop on the basics of buying a home. The workshop is hosted by the San Mateo County Association of Realtors (SAMCAR). Call, email, or text me to register. And please share with your friends and family. All are welcome!!
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Thursday, May 29, 2014  /  5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
South San Francisco Municipal Building
33 Arroyo Drive, South San Francisco

How do you go about buying a home? Even if you’re not at that place in life yet, knowledge is a key to achieving the American dream. By understanding the basics of becoming a first-time homebuyer, you become a savvier consumer. Professionals in finance, title, credit, and real estate will provide both step-by-step training on the basics of home ownership and answer all your questions in an interactive setting. The workshop will address: Achieving the American Dream, You’ve Decided to Buy: Now What?, and You’ve Made It to Homeownership. First-time homebuyers particularly encouraged to attend.

May 12, 2014

Things You'll NEVER Hear San Franciscans Say

This is a very funny post…all seem pretty true except the last one on the list. If you want help proving it wrong, give me a shout!
http://www.thebolditalic.com/articles/4983-things-youll-never-hear-san-franciscans-say

Things You’ll Never Hear San Franciscans Say

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I was so impressed by Time Out Chicago’s list of 51 things you’ll never hear a Chicagoan say, I decided to make my own list for SF. There isn’t that much San Franciscans won’t say. Still, here’s a list of some of the stuff I doubt you’ve heard.
I love having a car.
Do you want to go to Alcatraz this weekend?
I never see any poop on the ground.
Look at all these parking spots!
Fernet? Meh.
Sometimes I think my apartment is TOO big.
I don’t have a costume to wear.
San Francisco is so much like New York.
I just get such good vibes from the Marina.
My rent is totally reasonable.
I’m sure the bus is late for a good reason. I’m happy to wait.
Google is using technology to make the world a better place.
I don’t care if you call it Frisco or San Fran, it’s all good.
San Jose has great bars and it’s so close!
I hate Dolores Park.
Let’s go to ____________. There’s never a line!
I love hanging out at Fisherman’s Wharf to get the real San Francisco experience.
What’s that new building? Must be more affordable housing.
You’d think this toast would cost more.
A cleanse? I’ve never tried one.
I have absolutely no dietary restrictions.
I don’t have any ideas for a start-up.
I’ll never have an opportunity to use these roller skates.
I don’t care what typeface we use.
I always run Bay to Breakers sober.
I could totally afford this place on my own.
I can’t wait for JULY!
The Mission is so much better than it was a few years ago.
Gluten free? What’s that?
The view of the Golden Gate Bridge just gets old after a while.
Let’s go to Union Square tonight.
Move to San Francisco. There’s room for everyone.
I don’t like brunch.
LA seems like a really nice place to live.
BART will take us right there!
My Lyft driver was so normal today.
God, this bus smells amazing.
Tell me all about the app you’re working on!
Let’s just hail a cab.
Eh, I’m not really in the mood for a photo booth.
I just bought my own home!
Photo via Thinkstock
March 23, 2013

Home Decor – Orange Accents

Orange is a color that doesn’t get much love when it comes to home decor. Some say it’s too bright, too loud. However, orange can add a welcoming splash of color, if used in the right ways.
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March 23, 2013

Smart Phone, Smart Home

Nest Learning Thermostat
Do you have Nest learning thermostat on your wall? If not, there’s a good chance you’re paying too much for heating and cooling. Not only does Nest boast an intuitive interface and elegant design, it can actually reduce your energy bill.

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