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All New Homes in California Must Now Have Solar Power

By 2020, all new homes in California will require solar power, making the Golden State the first in the country to mandate such a regulation.

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8 Trends in Outdoor Living Spaces

Given California’s fabulous climate, the outdoors can be enjoyed year-round, especially at home.

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INFOGRAPHIC: Sellers: Your Complete Open House Checklist

Selling soon? Then an Open House might be on your agenda in the near future. To help ensure that it’s a success, this checklist will help you tick off all the boxes so you leave no stone unturned.

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9 Things to Consider Before Installing a Pool

Having a pool in the confines of your own backyard can certainly be a statement element for your outdoor oasis.

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Pros and Cons of an Exclusive Real Estate Listing

Most listings that are on the market for sale tend to be advertised on the MLS (Multiple Listing Service). But as popular as the MLS is, it’s not always used to list properties for sale.

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What Factors Matter When Determining Your Home’s Listing Price?

If there’s one thing you definitely want to get right when you market your home for sale, it’s the listing price. In fact, your price is a big determinant of how fast your home can sell and how much you can sell it for.

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INFOGRAPHIC: California Sales Report For March 2018

The spring season is off to a strong start for the housing market in California, with home sales inching higher and median home prices hitting 8-month highs in March. Here are some stats regarding California’s real estate market as compiled by the California Association of Realtors (CAR).

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8 Tips For Your Indoor Garden

There’s something about plants that brings a sense of vibrancy, life, and coziness to a home. To help ensure a flourishing indoor garden, consider the following tips.

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7 Surprising Things You Didn’t Know Your Homeowner’s Insurance Covers

Homeowner’s insurance is mandatory for all homeowners, especially those who need to take out a mortgage to finance a home purchase. Lenders typically won’t approve a mortgage until they see proof that the home is insured. Here are some things that may be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy that may be a surprise to you.

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9 Things to Think About Before Listing Your Home on Airbnb

If you own a property that is vacant for at least part of the year, you might be able to make some good money by renting it out as a vacation rental on sites like Airbnb. But while there is certainly some profit potential associated with using a service like Airbnb, there are a number of considerations that should be made first before you open your doors to the masses.

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