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Found 3 blog entries for November 2021.

Backyard Thanksgiving 

 

The world has a lot to be thankful for this year, and the best way to launch this year’s season of giving is with an unrivaled outdoor Thanksgiving bash. Eating turkey under the California sun takes the pressure off of hosting large groups indoors, is easier to clean up, provides an opportunity to host a potluck-style celebration, and offers more air circulation. Not sure where to start? Check out these tips and tricks to jumpstart your outdoor turkey day spectacular. 

 

Location, Location, Location

 

Choosing the best location for your Thanksgiving soiree is the most crucial decision that you’ll make about your event. A front or backyard is likely going to be the convenient choice for you. This will give you…

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Guide to Thanksgiving Placesettings

Setting a beautiful Thanksgiving table can be overwhelming, but in reality, with a few tips, you can set up a table that’s worthy of a home decor magazine. Our quick guide to Thanksgiving place settings will show you five different steps to create the perfect Thanksgiving table set to surprise all of your guests.  

1. Start With The Most Beautiful Dining Set

Start with the basics. You might want to take out the special-occasion China you have stored away for this occasion. Working with a beautiful dining set that includes your silverware and everything else you have for special days will make your table setting pop. 

2. Get a Festive Thanksgiving Centerpiece

Instead of focusing on tons of decorative…

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Financial Stresses on Home Buyers

 

You may have heard, particularly if you're someone seeking to buy a new home, that the prices of real estate are up in the post-pandemic era. Recent data from Case-Shiller House Price Index confirms that the cost of buying a home has increased roughly 14.9%. But house price is not the only factor that is placing financial strain on current homebuyers.

 

In September 2021, the inflation rate reached 5.4%. While a little inflation is natural and stimulates the economy, too much can stall the market and put prices out of reach of some homebuyers. To put this in perspective, most analysts suggest 2% inflation as a natural progression, but the current state of inflation is the first time the rate has crested…

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