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    Redlands Festival of Arts Meetup

    Out! Riverside

    Just a casual MeetUp to stroll through the festival, enjoy the work of local artists, and maybe grab a bite from the Food Trucks. Entry to the festival is free. You can find more information at: http://redlandsfestivalarts.com/

    Sunday 8:00 AM Pickleball @ Crafton Hills College - ALL Levels

    Loma Linda Pickleball Club

    This is a NEW change to our schedule, starting Nov. 5, 2017, and will continue till otherwise announced. Our pickleball class has been going this fall quarter (HIGHLY recommend it if you want to improve your game SEVERAL levels!!!), and there are...

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    Redlands Center for Spiritual Living

    The center features a rotation of speakers. Each gives a powerful message of how to use Science of Mind teachings in your daily life. Dr. Ruth, our very own "Ernest Holmes in a skirt," will be speaking on May 27. Enjoy coffee and conversation...

    Coffee And Whatever

    Baby and Toddler time to play

    Get some coffee, take a short walk, let the kids play behind olive market, and what not. Meet in the area outside in the back of olive market with the toys and fountain.

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    Price Rises Threatening an Inland Empire Real Estate Bubble? Not!

    The possibility that an Inland Empire real estate bubble might be forming again is a subject that draws everybody’s attention. For all of us who went through the subprime mortgage mess and drop-off in area real estate prices, the possibility that the current ongoing rebound might be evidence of another price bubble is a matter […]

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    No-Debt Gurus vs. Today’s Inland Empire Mortgage Reality

    This past week, after a Thanksgiving feast wherein the average American is said to have enjoyed chowing down 2,000+ calories (equivalent to 3 Whoppers), the average American is said to have either trooped off to an early bird Black Friday sale mob scene or else (more likely) settled onto the couch to behold, in tryptophan-induced […]

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    Local Homeowners Have a Range of Financial Options

    It’s because the purchase of a home involves such a substantial sum that Inland Empire homeowners are often thought of as being financially constrained. With years’ worth of income bound up in a mortgage, it’s the dominant figure in many a financial statement. But there is also another way to look at it—and it’s the […]

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    Choosing a Local Agent with this ‘Must Have’ Quality

    There is one overriding quality you must demand when you hire the local agent who will be your partner and representative. It’s a quality you and you alone are qualified to judge. And it should be the final determinant—the last factor you consider before you make your final agent choice. Now it’s true that in […]

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    Inland Empire Readers Benefit from Real Estate Information Best-Sellers

    When it comes to understanding the factors that come into play when buying or selling a home— or any practical real estate information at all—local high school (or even college) graduates are on their own. If any real estate information has even been touched upon, it will have been in the most cursory manner: at […]

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    Selling Your Inland Empire House in Fall includes Planning for Success

    It’s October; a time of year that has a lot to recommend it. In many parts of the country, it’s the season when Mother Nature goes full throttle with the Technicolor. Sunsets can be outrageous. In some parts of the country, leaves can bid adieu with displays that put rainbows to shame. Fall weather turns […]

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    Inland Empire Mortgage Options Reflect Changing Landscape

    Whenever an unplanned and unwelcome financial situation develops, an Inland Empire mortgage-holder can find himself or herself in the onerous position of being unable to keep up with the monthly home loan payments. If the unhappy situation continues long enough, the likely result is a foreclosure or short sale. In addition to losing the property, […]

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    Inland Empire Home Loan Game Theory Could Get Complicated

    “Inland Empire home loan game theory” sounded like an intriguing topic when the phrase first occurred to me. I thought it would mean figuring out whether a mortgage would constitute a financial move that made sense. But the more I studied “game theory,” the more complicated it got. And maybe not as theoretical as I’d […]

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    Specific Tips for Selling Your Inland Empire House this Fall

    It’s October; a time of year that has a lot to recommend it. In many parts of the country, it’s the season when Mother Nature goes full throttle with the Technicolor. Sunsets can be outrageous. In some parts of the country, leaves can bid adieu with displays that put rainbows to shame. Fall weather turns […]

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    Local Real Estate Market-Watchers Check New U.S. Data

    At the beginning of any month, Inland Empire onlookers can find batches of fresh reports about national real estate market activity. Take October, for instance. We’ve just learned a bunch about what happened across the country. September’s numbers won’t be collected and analyzed for a while, but the fresh real estate market data for August […]

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