What is a deal breaker for you when searching for your new home?
I’ll share mine! Lack of Natural Light .
Some people thrive in natural light, while others prefer it to be a bit dark with very little light shining inside their homes. Guess which one I am. I absolutely LOVE natural light. The more, the better, and honestly, the happier. Lighting can definitely affect our moods. Sometimes, simply opening the blinds can lift a person’s spirits. Try it!
So, what is the number one deal breaker for you? And, are you a natural light lover like yours truly, or do you enjoy having a home with very little light?
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The event was organized by a group called Break the Ban, which formed after the El Cajon City Council unanimously passed an emergency ordinance in October prohibiting the distribution of food on any city-owned property.
City officials said the ordinance was a way to protect the public from hepatitis A, but critics have called it a punitive measure to dehumanize and criminalize the homeless.
Mark Lane, one of the event’s organizers, said about 12 to 15 people were passing out food and toiletries to the homeless at Wells Park on East Madison Avenue when police arrived.
About 40 more people, including several lawyers, also were there, but not actively passing out food. Some of those carried signs that had slogans like “Feeding the hungry is not a crime.”
While the event was intended to feed members of the homeless, it was also part of the group’s plan to legally contest the ordinance.
“It was absolutely necessary to break this law until they were willing to enforce it, and, now that they have, we will continue this fight in court,” said organizer, Parmely.
It’s a familiar legal strategy that played a critical role during the civil rights movement and other social justice movements, Parmely said.
The arrests began about 3:40 p.m.
A police officer explained to the crowd that the city council had banned food sharing on public property, failing to comply with a municipal ordinance.
"This park is part of city property so you aren't allowed to food share," the officer in the video said. “...If you guys continue to food share, then you guys are subject to arrest, all right?"
Everyone who was handing out food, including a 14-year-old child, was arrested, given a misdemeanor citation with a date to appear in court and released. No one was taken away in handcuffs.
Lane said Break the Ban will continue to organize events to feed the city’s homeless. Sunday’s event was the second host
The expected tenure of #homeowners in a home continues to increase, according to the latest Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. Last year, the expected tenure was 12 years – this year, it jumped to 15. And, with tightened inventory in many markets, people are staying put in their #homes for longer. As a result, #remodeling one’s current home is an increasingly popular option for those who want their #dreamhome , but are unable or unwilling to move.
The 2017 Remodeling Impact report shows that remodeling can bring more enjoyment to a home, and that certain projects have high returns both in terms of the joy they bring to the homeowner, as well as the amount of expenses that are recouped when the home is sold.
The projects that yield the most joy and recoup the most expenses might come as a surprise. According to REALTOR® respondents, the number one project is a complete kitchen #renovation The top reason homeowners renovate the #kitchen is for better functionality and livability, according to 44 percent of respondents. When the project is completed, 91 percent of respondents have both a greater desire to be in the home and have a greater sense of enjoyment when they are at home. Overall, a kitchen renovation receives a 10 out of 10 Joy Score and REALTORS® estimate that $40,000 of the cost can be recovered at resale—approximately 62 percent of the estimated cost. #elcajon#sandiego#santee#lamesa
4 beds | 2 baths | 1,550 sq ft | 📱 Text 'SV10' to 555-888 for more information such as pricing, or if you're interested in this property! | Move in ready Santee family home. Large Master Bedroom with new master bathroom. New kitchen including new custom cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and quartz counter tops. New dual pane windows, new wood laminate floors and new carpet throughout! Nice yard- perfect for entertaining and summer barbeques! NEW AC/ Heat, NEW permitted electrical panel. Close to schools, shopping and restaurants. Quite neighborhood.
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8 beds | 4 baths ¦ 3,500 sq ft | 📱 Text 'CV10' to 555-888 for more information such as pricing, or if you're interested in this property! | All units pay water-individually metered, and are privately fenced. There is1 guest parking for DUPLEX 538 A & B plus 2 parking for each Tenant. DUPLEX has a new 2016 roof, and the 536 house as a new second layer 2017 roof. Shopping, bank, restaurants, and schools are in walking minutes from the property. walking and biking trails by the bay are on or 2 blocks from the property.
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It's Friday! Come join us for after work drinks during happy hour! It kicks off at 3pm and goes until 6pm! ⠀
Tomorrow we will also have the Cormier vs. Volkan fight airing! stop in and watch the fight on any of our flatscreens!⠀🥊
Limited Can Release SATURDAY 1/27 at Mikkeller San Diego 📍
- Windmill Hill
New England Style IPA brewed with Belgian Yeast
- ON TAP TBD
- Release Saturday 1/27 -12 PM in the tasting room and webshop
👉🏿Viking Club Members:
- First dibs In the Tasting Room Friday 1/19 12PM
- Available in Web Shop Friday 12PM (Vikings will receive password via e-mail)
- NO LIMIT
- Friday: Enchilamesta 5PM
- Saturday: Chameleon Cuisine 12 PM
Had a great time at @pub980 by @belchingbeaver yesterday. Will definitely be coming back here soon. They have a full kitchen, outside patio with a fire pit where you can make s’mores, solid beer and also wine and champagne available. Sold!