May is a month of growth and celebration. As we head into the fifth month of the year, we are looking forward to a busy time in the real estate industry. With more people starting to think about buying or selling a home, the market tends to become more active! Continue reading for more real estate news, home tips & tricks, and much more.
Real Estate in the News
Jokes About Millennial Homeowners Can Stop Now
"In what is being described as a historic shift, the millennial generation is now made up of more homeowners than renters, according to new data released by RentCafe. After years of being known as the “renter generation,” millennials tipped the scale, largely due to the 7 million people in the generation who bought homes in the last five years, bringing the total percentage of millennial homeowners up to 52%. Now, according to the data, Gen Z, who range from 11 to 25 years old according to Pew Research, is the only age group made up of a majority of renters."
Cinco De Mayo
If you're not celebrating Cinco de Mayo in San Diego, then what are you doing?! Celebrate in style with cultural festivals, folklorico dancing, authentic food, live mariachi music, and more. Click the button for a list of events.
MAY 6TH, 2PM-5PM
This is one just for the 21 and ups! Presented by San Diego Reader, Tacotopia takes advantage of our SoCal surroundings by gathering the very best taco vendors all in one place for an all-you-can-eat gastronomic experience. See you at the beautiful Golden Hill Park!
It's no secret that mom's run the world -- show your love with unique things to around San Diego! From dining, to crafts and experiences, there will be tons of things to "wow" someone special in your life.
MAY 21ST, 1PM-4PM
SDCVA Wine & Food Festival
Spend the day discovering and sipping the array of varietals produced in San Diego County. Unlimited wine tasting, charcuterie, music, and plenty of sunshine at the charming Bernardo Winery.
Lifestyle Tips and Tricks
Ready to Remodel? Here Are The Home Projects That Will Get You The Best Return On Your Investment
Even when they don’t buy a fixer-upper, most people will end up doing some amount of repairs on a new home. About 95% of homeowners said they plan to take on a major home improvement project in the next five years, according to a recent report by Real Estate Witch. However, only 50% said they can afford it at the moment.
Backyards Are The Must-Have Home Feature for 2023
A new report from Zillow names the backyard as a must-have feature of home-buyers.
25 Top Interior Design Trends for 2023
If you've been searching for the right opportunity to add more style, vigor, and comfort to your space, you'll appreciate this list.
What Is A Starter Home?
For many buyers, that first home—the starter home—marks a turning point in their lives where they stop paying rent and start investing in a property that can help build generational wealth over time.
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