Here are the five most walkable neighborhoods and communities in and around San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego.
Rent or buy? It is a question many Orange County apartment dwellers ponder every year, and most don’t factor for commute times when they decide where to live next. Living in an apartment is great for a variety of reasons, but the most obvious is – Location, Location, Location.
Living in a college apartment can feel like living in a hotel for nine months out of the year but it doesn’t have to if you put in a little time and effort to bring bit of home to your new place.
If you live in Orange County and you don’t have a dog, well you’re missing out on a lot of great excursions and fun that can be had. But if you do have one, then you know the great weather and beautiful surroundings makes OC a great place to spend time outdoors with your furry pal.
From the VTA to the BART, residents who might be looking for a greener alternative to driving their own vehicles have a handful of distinguished choices.
With fresh water supplies dwindling while California’s population continues to grow, everyone here is being asked to cut down on water consumption.
The summer season is just around the corner, so it’s a great time to start thinking about getting your apartment summer ready. One of the major benefits of renting vs. owning is that if something breaks you can call the maintenance crew over to check out the problem.
Anyone who lives in Orange County can tell you, it is one of the most desirable places to live in America. Perhaps even in the world. It has all the excitement, diversity and cultural amenities of a big city without the crowds, crime and congestion often associated with Los Angeles.