A parade and community fair on Saturday will kick off three weekends of Poway Days activities. The 53rd annual Poway Days Parade will start at 9 a.m. Saturday on the south side of Poway Road. An estimated 100-plus entries are expected, including all five Poway Unified School District marching bands, dozens of school, veterans and civic groups, pageant winners, classic cars and equestrian units. The parade will begin at Pomerado Road and head east to its conclusion on Bowron Road. The reviewing stand will be near the Poway Library.
Hurricane Harvey devastated southeast Texas, leaving a path of destruction in its wake. RE/MAX has roughly 90 offices and 2,500 associates who’ve been directly impacted by the storm. We’ve set up a GoFundMe page, where donations will directly help RE/MAX offices and agents affected by Hurricane Harvey. Dave and Gail Liniger will match, dollar for dollar, all donations up to $1 million.
A popular summer tradition is returning for another year as the Ira B. Liss Big Band Jazz Machine performs Aug. 27 at the Bernardo Winery. The concert has sold out annually for the past six years, so tickets should be purchased early at online. The package deal includes a reserved table for four, a cheese platter for four and a glass of wine off the winery’s bar list. The band has been performing one show per summer at the winery for the past 15 years, said Liss, the band’s founder and bandleader.
Owning a home and making mortgage payments is like putting money in the bank. Barring a market reversal, that nest egg of equity in your home will grow and grow. And for most homeowners, their house is their largest asset—which means there’s a lot of money at stake when it comes time to sell. Want to get as much money back as possible from this big-ticket investment? Of course you do! So avoid doing these nine things when you put your home on the market.