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Monthly Archives: March 2020

    How to find credible sources about the Coronavirus

    By Christine Schneider | March 23, 2020

    It is very tempting to click every article or headline about the Coronavirus but we wanted to share with you some credible sources that will allow you to accurately educate yourself about the current conditions surrounding COVID-19 and avoid the spread of misinformation. The best practice is to trust, but verify. For information on COVID-19,... Read More

    Resources for Fire Season in Santa Cruz County

    By Christine Schneider | March 10, 2020

    Each year, homeowners in Santa Cruz County face the threat of wildfires and the potential loss of property. Because of this unfortunate reality of living in California, local groups have designed multiple resources that are accessible for free to the community. Homeowners can use these resources to better safeguard their homes – and their families... Read More

    Protecting Your Home from Wildfires: Three Lines of Defense

    By Christine Schneider | March 10, 2020

    For California homeowners, wildfires can be the single greatest threat to the safety of your home and family. In 2019 alone, an estimated 7,860 of these fires devastated the Californian landscape. 259,823 acres of land were set ablaze, resulting in the destruction or damage of 732 structures. Worst of all, three lives were confirmed lost... Read More

    Protecting Your Home from Wildfires: Three Lines of Defense

    By Christine Schneider | March 10, 2020

    For California homeowners, wildfires can be the single greatest threat to the safety of your home and family. In 2019 alone, an estimated 7,860 of these fires devastated the Californian landscape. 259,823 acres of land were set ablaze, resulting in the destruction or damage of 732 structures. Worst of all, three lives were confirmed lost... Read More

    Home Values are on the Rise—Many Residents Won’t Reap the Rewards

    By Christine Schneider | March 10, 2020

    The housing market has been in a precarious state of recovery since the crash of 2008 and subsequent foreclosure crisis in 2010. Economists and homeowners alike are constantly speculating on when the next crash might come; but for now, things seem to be healthy. Unfortunately, for many American families, a growth in home values doesn’t... Read More