Nov. 30, 2020


Governor hints some regions where spread is fiercest may soon see harsher restrictions

Investigations continue into the cause of the fire, which burned for almost five days and smothered south San Diego County in noxious smoke

More than 50 participants will virtually graduate from nonprofit’s programs for women entrepreneurs and formerly incarcerated young adults

San Diego’s code compliance officials are expected to issue a notice in the next week or two that will set a 60-day deadline for the La Jolla property owners to submit proposals

Public health officials revealed Saturday a COVID-19 outbreak at Awaken Church’s Kearny Mesa location, urging self-quarantine for those who attended services between Nov. 15 and Nov. 22

The U.S. Transportation Department’s new policy, announced during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, narrows what ‘unfair and deceptive practices’ means

Have questions about how county’s case rate works? Confused about rules that determine whether we advance or fall? We’ve got answers

You’re not alone. More than 900 San Diego County residents have died of the disease. We want to help you tell their stories.


Tuesday, Dec. 1

11:00 a.m. | Conversation on Black Homeownership
Register for free at the link above to listen to and take part in this live discussion regarding racial disparities in Black homeownership.

1:30 p.m. | San Diego News Fix
Host Daniel Wheaton talks with Union-Tribune reporters about the biggest stories of the day. San Diego News Fix is also available wherever you get your podcasts.

A diversity of views and perspectives

The Community Voices Project is a forum for respectful discourse about news of the day and matters of the community that brings dozens of thought leaders together in a public dialogue, which can be a model for others.

A full moon rises behind the San Diego-Coronado Bridge on Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020 in San Diego, CA.

Images from Union-Tribune staff and contributing freelance photographers

U-T journalist Annie Heilbrunn spent the day at a super poll location in La Mesa, talking to voters about the importance of this year’s election.

Veterans Village of San Diego, along with many partner organizations, hosted a scaled-back, socially-distant version of its annual ‘Stand Down’ event Sunday morning.

Former Hollywood actor Scott Eberlein joined the Army after 9/11 and now works to keep civilians out of harm’s way in combat.


Troubled Flippers can Sell their Properties to Dependable Homebuyers in Baltimore

We Buy Houses company Dependable Homebuyers based in Baltimore has announced it is buying properties from flippers. It is inviting all flippers who have properties in varying phases of development or restoration for an outright sale. Flippers do not have to complete the refurbishment if they do not want to. There are instances when flippers cannot complete a project due to some reason or the other. The new proposition from Dependable Homebuyers can be a breather for such flippers who do not have any other option but to have their asset turn into a liability in due course of time.

The Baltimore real estate industry remains buoyant and this year is poised to witness better growth than the last two. Yet, there are cases where advertent or inadvertent errors lead to bad investments. Many flippers miscalculate the expenses or have a conservative estimate pertaining to the cost of completely transforming a property. Repairs, renovations and improvements are costly exercises and there may be a few surprises along the way. Some flippers manage such surprises as they proactively account for unforeseen scenarios. Not all flippers have a lot of cash to spare and some have stringent budgets. Those who work in strict circumstances can easily be in over their head and traditionally they have resorted to more borrowing to find a potential resolution for the crisis.

Flippers do not have to deal with such a troubling scenario and must not have their asset become a liability. Evan Roberts, the owner and founder of the real estate investment company, is buying mid-project houses. He and his team are looking for properties that can be in any possible condition. Houses owned by flippers may have just been bought and restoration work may not have begun, there could be ongoing repairs and renovations, the home improvements may have stopped dead in the tracks due to escalating costs or the house may be in a dire state and the job site may be in a mess. None of these issues will jeopardize the sale. Evan Roberts has said that flippers can sell every type of house, literally anywhere in Baltimore and the property could be in any condition.

Dependable Homebuyers has bought all types of residential properties since its inception. Flippers can also sell their completed properties to the company. This can also ensure a better return than hiring realtors and paying commissions to find buyers. Dependable Homebuyers does not charge any money. They also bear the closing cost. While a completed property can still be listed in the open market and buyers might be interested, a mid-project house is effectively un-saleable. This makes the proposition of Dependable Homebuyers a one of a kind and a win-win for flippers who are in serious trouble. Details about the company can be found at

Dependable Homebuyers inspects properties immediately and makes cash offer within twenty four hours. The company has a history of closing sales in less than a week. Flippers can choose such a quick sale or they can time the closing date as per their priorities. Here's a recent press release they published.


For more information about Dependable Homebuyers Baltimore, contact the company here:

Dependable Homebuyers Baltimore
Evan Roberts
(443) 266-6247
1402 Belt St, Baltimore, MD 21230


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