Effective November 25th, Freddie and Fannie are now allowing previous homeowners to buy back their property for the market value instead of the high mortgage that was against it. This should have been done originally.  While I am not a fan of people pulling equity out of their homes and not having to pay it […]

Every year for many years,, Ray Camacho and his daughter, Santana, put on a Toy and Food Drive Car Show to benefit the less fortunate families for the holidays.  This year it was no different. Here is Ray with his 1954 Corvette Nomad that he built, advertising the Toy and Food Drive Car Show for […]

Ever year, RayTana & Associates puts on a wonderful Toy  and Food Drive  Car Show. There are some great cars to see with different makes, models and years.  They have classics, street machines, rods, trucks, foreign and could even have some unfinished cars. The whole idea is to bring a New, Unwrapped Toy and Non-Perishable […]

Scammer Workshop for Seniors

By · September 29, 2014 · Comments (0)

Today there will be a workshop to help senior citizens spot scammers.and what to do about it.  The free seminar will be held at: Today, Monday September 29th from 9-11 am South San Francisco Municipal Building 33 Arroyo Drive South San Francisco, CA 94080 Sad to say but scammers like to target Seniors and these […]

Mercury Fever Thermometer Exchange

By · September 14, 2014 · Comments (0)

Do you have an old, glass mercury thermometer?  Did you know that the mercury in these thermometers are toxics and can cause brain, kidney and liver damage.  If these  old mercury thermometers break, they can also cause damage to the nervous system as well as yours and your animal’s immune systems. South San Francisco will […]

The 1964 El Camino High School Graduating Class is having their 50th Reunion this year. This is the first graduating class for this school.  These classmates spent their Freshman year at their rival school, South San Francisco High School.  In 1961, the school opened its doors to these incoming Sophomores. So if you are a […]

Be Careful of the Green Dot Scam

By · April 28, 2014 · Comments (0)

There will always be someone trying to take advantage of others but when it comes close to home, you realize that it could happen to you or to your unsuspecting family member.  My mother, who used to live in the house on Morningside in Sunshine Garden where I grew up, received something in the mail […]

Housing Resource Fair May 10

By · April 24, 2014 · Comments (0)

There will be a very informative Housing Resource Fair coming to South San Francisco next month.  To name a few, there will be presentations regarding: First Time Homebuyers Information on Reverse Mortgages Shared Housing and more.  I am not a fan on Reverse Mortgages and I think that you need to be especially informed on the […]

Farmer’s Market Opens May 3

By · April 24, 2014 · Comments (0)

I just read an article in The  Daily Journal today stating that Assemblyman Kevin Mullin, D-South San Francisco, and state Sen. Jerry Hill, D-San Mateo have authored  3 bills between them to cut down on the use of antibiotics in animals. Antibiotic Legislation The FDA is no help as they have only “issued a request” […]

Sales Activity for March

By · April 11, 2014 · Comments (0)

Here are the South San Francisco sales for March 2014. The lowest sale was at $380,000 and the highest sale was at $935,000. What you don’t see is the the original listed price on 301 Chapman was $649,900 but because of its code violations that a new buyer has to take over, the price came […]