Back to school safety tips

Back-to-School Safety Tips for Parents

The start of a new school year can be an exciting and stressful time for children and parents. Send kids off to school safely by going over these safety topics as a family.   Transportation – Warn children of the potential safety hazards when getting on and off the bus, and when walking to the […]

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7 Important Things Home Sellers Often Forget to Do

Original By Jennifer O’Neill | Mar 21, 2017 | Realtor.com When you’re selling your home there’s so much to do: find a Realtor®, do touch-ups, get that balky air conditioner fixed, look into staging… It’s no wonder that sometimes things fall between the cracks. Big things. (We’re not pointing fingers, promise!) Our arsenal of experts—aka real […]

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How To Improve Your Credit Score

  What’s Your Score? 300 – 850 Credit card companies and lenders rely on credit scores, which determine someone’s chances to borrow money – and how favorable the terms will be. Scores range from 200 to above 800. Scores below 620 are considered risky; 720 and over are excellent. There are five categories of scoring: […]

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Home renovation and saving money

7 Things to Keep in Mind for Your Next Renovation

Whether your looking to do a small renovation or tackle a full size project.  Here are some helpful tips to help make the project go smoothly while keeping an eye on the outcome and budget.  Not setting a plan at the beginning of the project can be come very costly in time, money and not […]

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Corona homes value

Add “Green” To Your Home’s Value

Many home buyers are looking for and recognize the long term value of environmentally friendly homes. Here are some easier ways to add “green” value to your home. Buy Energy Star rated appliances & lighting Add a recycling center to your kitchen, mudroom or garage Use low-maintenance recycled products for your next project such as […]

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Chino Bike Day - May 14, 2106

Chino Bike Day 2016 at the Preserve

Would you like to know more about bike riding and its safety?  If so, come out on May 14, 2016 to celebrate with us National Bike Month. The City of Chino and Cal Aero Preserve Academy are hosting this years Chino Bike Day at the Preserve. Date: May 14, 2016 Location: Cal Aero Preserve Academy […]

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Garage sales in Eastvale

City of Eastvale Garage Sale and Signage Regulations

If you are thinking of having a garage sale in the city of Eastvale please make sure you are in the right when it comes to Garage Sale Signage. The City’s Municipal Code is available on the Eastvale City website for more information and regulations on where and how to place signs throughout the city […]

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Corona Independence Parade - Homes for sale

Corona Independence Day Celebration July 2, 2016

This year’s Corona “Main Street USA Independence Day Parade” will be held on Saturday, July 2, 2016 at 9:00 am and the festivities will continue later that afternoon at Santana Regional Park starting at 4:00 pm. Come out and enjoy the yearly Independence Day parade that will start at Ontario and Main Street, travels down Main and […]

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Home buyers saving for down payment

Saving More for A Down Payment

Saving for a down payment is a challenge for many first-time buyers. If this sounds like you or someone you know, it might be time to change your habits. The information below offer tips to help you change your habits and save more money.   For many first-time buyers, saving for a down payment is […]

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Save Up For A Down Payment

Buyers: Save Up For A Down Payment

Thinking of buying, or know someone who is? The first step is to save up for a down payment. Here are some answers to some common questions about down payments. How much down payment do I need? To qualify for a Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-insured mortgage, the smallest down payment acceptable is 3.5%. However, down […]

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5 Tips for Buyers - Eastvale, Corona,

5 Tips for Buyers When Buying a Home

You have finally decided to become a homeowner  and shut that rental door.  Here are 5 simple buyer tips when buying a home to get you started.  When deciding to purchase a home there are many things to keep in mind such as; location, type of house (house or condo), house size, pool or no […]

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5 Ways to give your bathroom a facelift

5 Ways to Freshen Up Your Bathroom – No Demolition Required!

If you want to make over your bathroom but don’t want to take on a full renovation project here are 5 simple ways to freshen up your bathroom and make it look almost new. 1. Paint Go classic with white, create a spa retreat with soothing blues or energize your space with orange or yellow tones. Look […]

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