Month: November 2018

Bay Area home to country’s most expensive neighborhood—again Silicon Valley hamlet takes top spot !

Photo by sevenMaps7 When it comes to holiday season traditions, real estate site Property Shark’s annual assessment of the most expensive ZIP codes in America isn’t the most cheerful. But it provides an increasingly reliable calendar marker, and a reminder that, even though the San Francisco real…

9 MUST SEE TINY HOUSES TO RENT

Tiny houses are becoming increasingly popular around the world; their novelty makes for a unique vacation stay. We teamed up with HomeAway to find some of the coolest tiny-home rentals around the world. From a circus car in Germany to a cabin in Wyoming, one of these…

How to help Northern California fire victims

A small contribution can go a long way   Nov 12, 2018,  Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images In only four days, the Butte County Camp Fire surpassed all other Golden State fires to become the most destructive fire in California history, burning 125,000 acres and obliterating 6,453 homes. It’s also tied as…

Fall in Lake Tahoe Basin: Reasons to visit

Winter, spring, summer, or fall, Lake Tahoe is always gorgeous. But autumn tends to be overlooked. Why wait for ski season to experience everything this gorgeous destination has to offer? The stunning cobalt blue of the water in Lake Tahoe is one of those rare natural…

House Of The Day: An Eco- Friendly Jewel on the Mexican Coast

  In the case of a holiday residence project named SAJ III in Mexico, many things went right, both by plan and serendipitously, and incredible beauty resulted. In SAJ III, the time-tested cooperation between a young family with four kids and an architectural firm…