She is living in moments of her life that are over, moments where sometimes her children and grandchildren don't even exist. Then every now and again, she is jarred into the present. I would like to think she has points of clarity when she knows that the way her life played out was good.
It can be challenging to listen to the wisdom of the generations before us (we all have to make our own mistakes, right?), but there are some key credit lessons that are long overdue their time in the spotlight.
Niche clientele. Developers of New York City's residential real estate market have been designing properties suited for buyers with a specific focus, including the health-centric buyer and the swimming buyer.
Don't miss the 1880s Gorham ice cream sporks, the 19th century Dutch sterling figural sugar castor, the 1960s Pucci vase, the original Arne Jacobsen chairs, the antique carved walnut bed, the Hadrill Horstmann industrial desk lamp, the Bertoncello vase collection and the rare Pyrex casserole.
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When all is said and done, a savvy seller recoups tens of thousands of dollars in prepayments if everything is documented and adjusted. Capital gains tax is generally payable by a seller incident to the sale of a home.
On the campaign trail, Hillary Clinton has said, "We need to make the middle class mean something again." What does being middle class mean to Americans, and has the meaning changed?
Don't miss the Roycroft bookends, the Sonneman chrome and lucite lamps, the Dodie Thayer luncheon plates, the Eileen Gray chair, the Picasso terracotta jug, the Fase Madrid boomerang lamp and the gorgeous antique 1870s mantle clock set.
You won't be able to fill your house with every item of your dreams right off the bat. After all, you've got a mortgage now. These are the 13 essentials that will instantly make your house a home.
The case for the widespread use of housing counseling in America's residential housing marketplace is both simple and straightforward.
A universal decision crucial to residents across the country is the choice to rent or to buy a home. In New York City where both rental and purchase prices are not cheap, the decision can be haunted by uncertainty.
Don't miss the 1950s Mitchell Bobrick lamp, the antique embossed sterling teapot, the pair of mid-century teak planters, the Hans Wegner for Adreas Tuck extending dining table and the 1960s Paco Rabanne mesh curtain.
Of course, the decision to buy is a complex one, often depending on your own job situation and your current credit rating, as well as having enough savings for a down payment. But you can work your way through those issues -- if you believe in the benefits. Here's why you should consider buying now.
Don't miss the 1969 Curtis Jere sculpture, the 1970s Scoliari chandelier, the Archibald Knox for Liberty kettle and stand, the Northwood dandelion water set and the Eileen Gray chair.
It was previously painted an "eww" persimmon color, with no light fixtures, so we refreshed with 1920s-appropriate white -- Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White CC-20, to be exact -- and added an amazing, midcentury-inspired chandelier, contrasting sconces and all kinds of decor for a vintage, eclectic look that Tyler loves!
No, I am not talking about garage sales or illegal items. Like the rest of the free world, I read two posts about the various sides of the multi-level marketing parties yesterday -- you know, the Pampered Chef, Silpada, and most recently Jamberry businesses and all of the companies like that out there.