A House by Any Other Name

For some people, a house is more than just a place to live, it’s a branding opportunity — so why not give it a moniker? By Joanne Kaufman, NY Times Carol Morgan called her Chevrolet Tahoe, Thelma; she christened her diesel truck, Louise. It was only reasonable then that she would demonstrate at least as much […]

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Why Are Home Prices Rising So High? Blame Record-Low Mortgage Rates

From: Realtor.com When the coronavirus pandemic gutted the strongest U.S. economy, many assumed another recession would bring rock-bottom home prices along with it. Instead, home prices defied logical assumptions—and soared to new heights. Paradoxically enough, one of the biggest drivers of the double-digit price hikes is the very same record-low mortgage interest rates that put […]

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THINGS TO DO THIS FALL IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY: PANDEMIC 2020 EDITION

Changing leaves, ripe pumpkins, crisp apples and spooky attractions signal that fall has arrived in San Diego, but this year will be different in the COVID era BY MONICA GARSKE • PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 21, 2020 • UPDATED ON SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 AT 2:43 PM – NBC & San Diego Sept. 22 marks the first day of fall and, while the coronavirus pandemic may […]

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14 PARENTS SHARE THEIR WORK FROM HOME PLANS

AND TRICKS THEY’RE USING TO DO 2 FULL-TIME JOBS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Author: Eleanor Goldberg Fox, Insider.com   About half of US schools have closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, leaving nearly 30 million children to learn from home, and millions of people are now working remotely. That means many parents have suddenly had to adjust to telecommuting while also developing […]

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