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September 7, 2017

Space and the Single Lady

Today’s “single ladies” are not waiting for a diamond, but instead, opting for a ring of a different kind – a key ring. An annual survey conducted by the National Association of Realtors found that eighteen percent of the homes sold to first-time buyers went to single women. That’s ten percent above first-time purchases by single men.

The fact that single women are outpacing single men in homeownership is not a 2017 phenomena. Single women, as far back as the 1990’s, have been serious about their housing needs. Walter Molony, a spokesperson for the National Association of Realtors, told the New York Times that men get more serious about [...]

 
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July 4, 2017

Save the Bees: Best Plants for Pollinators Native to Sacramento

Why all the buzz about bees? Bees are one of the natural world’s most industrious pollinators. Honey bees are responsible for around 80 percent of pollination worldwide, and various other species like bumblebees and carpenter bees handle much of the rest. Bees are a gardener’s best friend, ensuring that flowers will continue blooming every year and pollinating garden crops – especially fruits, nuts, and vegetables. Native flowers especially rely on the native bees they evolved alongside. Unfortunately, honey bee populations worldwide are crashing, and many native bees are struggling, due in part to habitat loss, pesticides, nutrition deficiencies, and more. [...]

 
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June 5, 2012

Will Grey’s Anatomy Couple Move to Boston?

Who else was completely upset at the Grey’s Anatomy season finale? I know I can't be the only one. Although we were left hanging, there is hope that Meredith and Derek will survive the plane crash and make it to Boston for their rewarding future as planned. Since they're going to have a lot on their plate, we thought we'd help them out by scouting out a few potential homes that would be appropriate for Meredith, Derek, and baby Zola in the Boston area.
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