What kind of stool is most likely to keep you from toppling over when you sit on it? Of course, two-legged stools won’t even stand on their own. Three-legged stools are okay, but still unstable. Four-legged stools are rock solid. What does this have to do with shopping for a new home? Well, if you want to find the right home quickly and for the best price, you need to have four things in place - the four legs of the stool. They will help ensure the experience goes smoothly. T
You’re standing by your window admiring the view. Then you notice it. Moisture has built up around the edges of the glass. Should you worry? It all depends on the reason for the build up. Assuming you have traditional double-pane glass in your windows, there are a few things to look for if you notice moisture. Often, moisture at the bottom of your windows is simply caused by too much humidity in your indoor air. If that’s the case, simply adjust your humidifier. If the moistu
In these uncertain times, support local businesses! A lot of restaurants are closed to sit-down dining, but are offering take out and delivery. City of Palmdale - Take Me Home Tonight (@AVTogether on facebook) is a great NEW resource for residents to see what is available near you! Not just Palmdale restaurants...Lancaster, Quartz Hill and even Littlerock resaurants are included! Visit https://bit.ly/3a7Lf7m for an interactive map. Are you a local restaurant and want to add y
You turn on the television and watch a news story about housing prices going down. Then you read an article about the housing market on the upswing again. It’s a little like being on a roller-coaster ride! Unfortunately, the ride isn’t much fun if you’re thinking of buying or selling a home. In fact, it can be very confusing and frustrating. You just don’t know if “now” is the right time to make a move.
In reality, the housing market has been fluctuating for decades. Yet, pe
Has this ever happened to you? You're looking for a contractor or other professional for a home project or repair. You search on Google and find hundreds of names. You spend hours considering them. Yet, you never feel confident that the people you find will be qualified, experienced and reputable. That's not an unusual scenario. In the end, most people email a friend or neighbor, and ask, "Do you know a good contractor?" Often that approach works best! In fact, a growing numb