Looking for a home? Check out these open houses this weekend.
1 bed, 1 bath condo in desirable area of Vallejo, next to Dan Foley Park. Watch the 4th of July Fireworks right from the balcony!
The real estate market in the area is still strong but it is starting to stabilize. What I mean by that is that we aren't seeing the double digit sales price increases the way that we have in the past and this is a good thing for the market overall - if not necessarily for … Continue reading June Real Estate Roundup
895 Taylor Street is the home of the week!
If you're anything like me, there's always a project to be done around the house...especially the main living areas. Every morning I think about re-doing the counter tops in the kitchen because I lose stray coffee beans on the black granite. There are plenty of options out there if you're looking at renovating the kitchen. … Continue reading Thinking about updating your kitchen?
This awesome 2 bed, 2 bath home over in the Olympia is set to close early this month. It's over 1400sf and has an attached, permitted sunroom and only one neighbor. Looking forward to another great American Canyon Family moving in.
Mayor Leon Garcia & company visit Laso for it's opening! Anticipation has been building since last fall when whispers of a new restaurant coming to town started passing through the community. On Monday, Memorial Day, anticipation gave way to reality when Laso opened it's doors for the first time. Getting a new restaurant that's not … Continue reading The Weekly Roundup
Check out some of these dog-conscious tips when you have to move.
Memorial Day is different than a normal memorial celebration might be. While those of us with Irish descent might choose to toast our departed friends, today means something else entirely. Today we remember those who have fallen to preserve our right to speak and live freely. It is a somber day that has transformed over … Continue reading In Memorium
At a meeting at the ACHS Library Monday night, Superintendent Dr. Rosanna Mucetti laid out a bleak picture for the future of Napa Valley Unified. Citing declining enrollment (thus, less money for the school district), Dr. Mucetti spent much of the evening trying to dampen the frustration among the audience, including myself. She empathized with … Continue reading NVUSD Looks to Backtrack on New AC Middle School