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San Francisco in Top 10 Cities for Green Space


It may not be what first comes to mind when you think of the City by the Bay, but San Francisco is no slouch when it comes to green space. The Trust for Public Land released its 2022 Parkscore Index, which ranks the public outdoor space for residents in various cities across the country. And impressively, San Francisco landed in the top ten. The Parkscore Index The index ranks the top 100 largest cities by population based on acreage, investment,

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Understanding a Buyer’s Ability to Close – A Guide to Loan Readiness

For sellers, qualifying a buyer’s ability to get a loan – AKA the other party’s ability to perform on any offer they make – is tiered. Knowing the difference between a buyer who is pre-qualified, pre-approved, or in possession of underwritten approval is paramount to weighing the likelihood that any offer you accept is likely to close on time and as promised. For buyers, understanding what level of readiness you’re at is essential to being able to make an offer with

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What A Real Estate Agent Can Do For You – And What They Can’t

I’ve had many personal trainers in my life, but one of the best I ever had sat me down before we ever met in the gym and asked me what my goals were for working out. Of course, my real goal was just to lose weight. But being somebody who doesn’t like to be pigeonholed, I named a number of things and left losing weight and looking better to eighth or ninth on the list. What he said next was

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Nevada Ranks Ninth in Nation for Entrepreneurs


The pandemic triggered unprecedented shifts in how and where we work and live, and a high demand for remote work flexibility paired with inflation has prompted entrepreneurs to look for opportunity. According to a new study, Nevada ranks ninth in the nation for entrepreneurs.  Best States for Entrepreneurs Harrington Group International recently released a study on the best states for entrepreneurs after analyzing data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Census Bureau, and the Bureau of Economic Analysis data from

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Reno Street Art is a Sight to See


You may know that every July, Reno becomes Artown, a month-long celebration of art in all its forms. But you don’t have to wait until summer for art in the Biggest Little City. Both downtown and Midtown are home to over 100 murals painted by local, national, and even internationally-recognized artists. You can’t miss these large-scale pieces – think several stories high – if you’re in the city center, and you won’t want to. Reno’s street art is truly a

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