• 5 Tips to make moving a breeze!

    Moving can be tough. Packing all of your belongings, hauling boxes and furniture to your new place and then unpacking everything can be a time-consuming and sometimes backbreaking experience. But, it doesn’t have to be. Take the pain out of the process with these helpful tips.     START EARLY As soon as you know that you’ll be moving, start sorting through your belongings and get rid of the stuff that won’t make the move with you. Sort your items into three piles: keep, donate and toss. Then, box up the items that you’re keeping, but won’t use until after you move (e.g., seasonal clothing, holiday decorations, etc.). CREATE A SYSTEM…

  • 426 17th Avenue, San Francisco

    426 17th Avenue Gorgeous & stylish newly remodeled unit with large backyard, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and a one car garage. Located in the desirable Central Richmond District a wonderful place to live, stroll and shop. Marble countertops and floors throughout the first floor Spacious master bedroom Bathroom with dual sinks in master bedroom Beautifully updated brand-new bathrooms Second bedroom opens to a large patio yard Iron rod stair rails Elegant chandelier Recessed lighting Engineer hardwood floors on the second floor Skylights Bright open living room Formal dining room Sleek modern kitchen cabinets Granite kitchen countertops New Viking appliances New dishwasher Washer and dryer hookups Storage space Custom designer finishes…

  • Get the most out of your time online!

    The average American spends an average of 2 hours and 35 minutes online each day, and 50 minutes on their mobile phones. Improve the productivity of your time on the Internet with these helpful tools. Organize your inbox Americans spend an average of 28% of their time (or 13 hours of their workweek) reading and answering email at work. These apps and websites will organize your inbox, which makes checking your email a less stressful experience. Mailbox (free; for iPhone) works with Gmail and forces you to choose the fate of each email you receive. You can delete the message, archive it, move it to a to-do list or set…