Welcome City of Hope

City of Hope’s new location opened on February 7, 2022 at 320 West 6th St. in Corona, California provides outpatient comprehensive cancer treatment. Our Mayor Wes Speake said “Corona is honored to have a federally recognized comprehensive cancer treatment center in our city. City of Hope | Corona will be located in the heart of Corona’s.. read more →

Adding Solar Panels to a Home

The number of solar installations nationwide are predicted to quadruple by 2030. More people and businesses are contemplating making the switch to solar energy use. Are you thinking of going solar? Here are a few things you should consider before installation. Solar panels will work in all climates—just make sure that your roof is not.. read more →

Maintaining Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Detectors

In just 30 seconds, a small flame can turn into a catastrophic, life-threatening blaze. Don’t ignore the beeps and chirps your smoke alarms may make—learn what they mean by reading through the user’s manual. Maintaining these devices in your home is simple and can be a life-saving measure. Smoke Alarms: Replace the batteries annually. When.. read more →

Creating a Spa Bath

Everyone loves a relaxing trip to the spa, but not everyone loves how much that spa day can cost. A more affordable option may be upgrading your home’s bathroom and creating your own personal spa. You’ll be able to have a lavish experience from the comfort of your home by adding a couple pieces to.. read more →

FREE Electronics Recycling Event

Free Electronic Recycling Event this weekend September 15th and 16th from 8:00 AM till 3:00 PM. Located at Home Depot parking lot. 490 N. McKinley St., Corona read more →

Fall Back – Daylight Savings

Remember to put your clock back one hour on Sunday, November 2nd at 2:00 AM. It may be easier to change your clock before going to bed on Saturday night, November 1st. Set your clocks back one hour. Arizona and Hawaii do not participate. Please pay close attention for pedestrians when driving. Each day will get shorter.. read more →

Selling Your Home Through a Short Sale

Facing foreclosure can be very stressful for a homeowner. If you owe more than your home is worth in today’s market and have a hardship, you have options to help you get rid of the home with dignity and sell through a short sale. First, you should consult with your CPA or professional tax person.. read more →

Are you confused about Tax Impounds?

When purchasing a home, tax impounds can be very confusing.The amount to be collected will change daily. Each month there will be a different amount of months of required estimated taxes to be deposited into escrow and held in your impound account which is set up by your lender for when the taxes become due by the County. See the.. read more →

Come play BINGO!

Come join us for a great evening of bingo!The proceeds benefit Corona Companion Animal Rescue Effort. Location: Grazianos Pizza Restaurant333 Magnolia Ave. Corona, CA  92879Dates: Oct. 20th and Oct. 21st Starts at 6:00pm$20 for 10 games For tickets call: Linda at 951-280-4602 read more →

My Favorite Home Poems

As a Realtor I enjoy anything related to “Homes”. So I thought I would share with you some poems. A Home SongI read within a poet’s bookA word that starred the page:“Stone walls do not a prison make,Nor iron bars a cage!”Yes, that is true; and something moreYou’ll find, where’er you roam,That marble floors and.. read more →