Finally, we’re seeing the balance tip in the financial press, with forecasts of a good—or at least tepid—selling season this spring.
But I’m sure you all know what it’s like when you’re driving a country road for the first time and it widens from nearly a one-lane experience of fright to […]
Last month the median price of residential homes in most of the surrounding counties (Placer, Sacramento, Sutter, and Nevada) increased year over year, the first such occurrence of this happening in almost two years.
The difference this time is there is no homebuyer tax credit incentivizing people to buy ASAP. […]
I puzzled over a bit of seemingly self-negating information Tuesday. Housing starts in the month of March declined by a striking 5.8%. This takes some of the wind out of our sails. Obviously, we don’t get to continue moving toward a sustainable recovery on a straight, easy-to-negotiate path, it’s a little more complicated […]
This Saturday, 4.19.2012, the Roseville Utility Exploration Center is putting on it’s 5th annual “Celebrate The EARTH Festival”. Free for the entire family from 1AM – 4 PM. Check out the video for more detials…
Roseville Electric’s small business lighting program has been named the Best Energy Program for a medium size utility by the California Municipal Utility Association. Roseville Electric leveraged funds received through the federal government’s American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant to provide rebates directly to […]
Let’s talk about gasoline for a few moments. Surprisingly, doing so may afford some insight into other subjects, maybe even the level of interest rates.
The place to start, I suspect, is here: We have heard a lot of whoppers about how the current high price of gasoline at the pump […]