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Find Fresh, Healthy Produce in Southern California!

by The Domis Team

Unlike many parts of the country, the beautiful weather in Southern California allows residents to access incredible farmers markets throughout the year! California is home to some of the best produce and locally made goods around! All this is right at your fingertips during the local FARMERS MARKETS throughout the Whittier area. Every week you can stock up on the most delicious fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, baked goods, and stunning flowers, handmade goods, and so much more. Along with helping you and your family maintain a healthy lifestyle, farmers markets help promote economic development by connecting the community with local farmers and artisans. Come discover all the incredible weekly farmers markets in our area and take advantage of the fresh, natural bounty of the southern California landscape!


Downtown Anaheim Farmers Market

When: Thursdays | 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Where: Center Street Promenade, Anaheim


Brea Farmer's Market

When: Thursdays | 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where: Birch Street & State College Boulevard, Brea


Fullerton Market

When: Thursdays | 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: Downtown Plaza (Wilshire Avenue), Fullerton


Whittier Certified Farmers' Market

When: Fridays | 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Where: 13018 Philadelphia Street, Whittier


Downtown Downey Farmers' Market

When: Saturdays | 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Where: Downey Avenue (between 2nd & 3rd Streets), Downey


Buena Park Farmers Market

When: Saturdays | 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

Where: La Palma Avenue, Buena Park


Watch Out for These Warning Signs When Buying A New Home!

by The Domis Team

Ready to Buy your dream Whittier Area home? Although you might have found a home that fits all of your needs on the surface, it is important to be a smart consumer and really inspect the bones of the home. A home inspector will help protect you by uncovering some underlying structural issues, but it is always helpful to know what to look out for yourself in order to make sure that the home is truly all that it seems. Look for these 7 warning signs that there could be issues with the home.



1. Bad Electrical - Electrical issues are important to look out for due to the fire hazard they pose. Be sure to check all outlets by touch and sight. Also, look for any exposed wires and flickering lights.

2. Bad Plumbing - Although the initial warning signs might not seem like a big deal, any potential water damage they could cause could wreak havoc on your new home. Check for leaks, drainage issues, low water pressure, and water stains.

3. Mold - Going hand in hand with the previous issue, you need to be on the look out for mold. Mold in the house poses a health risk to you and your family. Use your eyes and nose. Check for peeling paint, visible mold, rotted wood, and a musty smell.

4. Bad Repairs - If the home has clearly had some repairs or renovations done, try to examine the workmanship. If the materials seem cheap, tasks are incomplete, or anything seems done in an amateur fashion, it could be indicative that the repairs/renovations were not handled with the greatest care and will need to be redone on your dime.

5. Pests - No one wants pests to share their home with them. Be on the look out for damaged wood that could indicate termites or carpenter ants in the structure. Check for areas where mice and other rodents could easily enter the house.

6. Damaged Roof - While you can't climb up on the roof to make sure you won't be surprised by any future leaks, you can check for signs that the roof is damaged. Look to see how wear and tear has been dealt with. You want to see if there are any damaged and missing shingles.

7. Foundation Issues - The foundation keeps your home standing. Any potential foundation issues can be an incredibly expensive project to fix. Look inside the home for crooked floors and doors that have large gaps around them. Go outside of the home and check for trees close to the home that could have large roots as well as any cracks in the walls, driveway, and pathways.



Looking out for these warning signs can help you insure that the home your have fallen in love with is a smart purchase. The Domis Team is here to help you find and inspect the home you want to buy this fall. Give our team a call today or visit our website at

Mark Your Calendars for La Habra Heights' Avocado Festival!

by The Domis Team

Did you know that the Hass Avocado, the world's most popular variety, originated in a small grove right in La Habra Heights?! Celebrate the legacy of Rudolph Hass and everything you love about living in the beautiful community of La Habra Heights at the Avocado Festival! Head to The Park (1885 Hacienda Road) on Saturday, September 15th, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm for a day filled with family fun! This FREE event is open to the entire public.


Partake in the popular guacamole contest. Dine on delicious food. Explore local arts and crafts. Discover more about the history of La Habra Heights at the educational exhibits. Attend several gardening workshops to develop your green thumb. Have fun in the family zone with face painting, petting zoo, pony rides, and more! And, most importantly, celebrate the 40th anniversary founding this great city with special guests and activities!


La Habra Heights is a great city to call home. With strong community engagement, fun citywide events, beautiful recreational facilities, excellent schools, and so much more, this southern California town is perfect for families looking in the greater Los Angeles area. If you are interested in buying your dream home in La Habra Heights, give The Domis Team a call today or visit our website at  

Image Credit: California Avocado Commission

5 Steps to Lighten and Brighten Your Home!

by The Domis Team

Keep your home looking fresh, airy, and bright all year round. As we head towards the end of the year, the days will keep getting shorter. Lighten up your living space to combat those seasonal blues AND help make your home appear even larger! Feel like you are living inside a cloud by following these 5 steps to a lighter living space!


1. Remove clutter. Cleared off surfaces help create smooth, crisp lines and lighten up a space. Minimize the amount of things that you have on counters and tables. Evaluate your furniture and get rid of pieces that you do not use to open up the space.


2. Paint the walls white. Add fresh coats of white paint to your walls and ceilings to freshen up the space. White walls will make the room look crisp and larger!


3. Add grays and blues. In order to avoid your home looking too stark with those white walls, add decor in shades of grays and blues. Choose soft, light shades that are subtle but noticeable.


4. Lighter linens. Let the southern California sun in during the day by adding airy, breezy curtains. Add plush white throws and blankets to snuggle up in.


5. Mirrors. The reflection in mirrors help to open up a space. Think beyond wall mirrors (though add one or two of these two!) and add mirrored decor and furniture or mirrored back splashes.


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