Hey all!

We have no power out here in Northern California.  With high winds expected over the next couple of days our power provider, PG&E has shut power down to millions of people and businesses out here in an effort to prevent a wildfire that may be caused if a power line goes down.

So we’re stuck.

We’re betting we’ll be back up and running tomorrow, but just wanted to let you know what’s going on.

In the meantime, if you’re a Loan Officer or a branch that needs to make a move to a different company let us know.  We may be able to help.  The banner below has few lenders we work with, but, if you’d like Frank and Brian to help you directly there’s a button you can click to directly connect to us.

Have a great day and hopefully we’re back tomorrow!  No fires as I type this and hopefully it stays that way!

~ Frank




additional comments on
"No Power = No Show"

  1. Dan F. says:

    Let’s be honest about this. This has little to do with avoiding fires. This is about avoiding liability. PG&E doesn’t like that they were held financially responsible for the fires that broke out in California last year so they are trying to leverage their power (literally and figuratively) to angle for a liability waiver. They want to make it so painful that citizens will beg their representatives to do something to get the power back on and keep it on. In order to do that, PG&E will demand they be exempt from “Acts of God.” They will probably get their wish. I can’t imagine Californians being OK with this situation for long.

    BTW, our power is out here in Santa Cruz and there is ZERO wind outside. Not even a little. ZERO tree movement, so why is the power off?

  2. Paul Johnson says:

    The power is out! Snow day!

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