We are a country of selfies and self-loathing, lottery tickets for the poor and mega mansions for the rich.
Basically, during the crisis, the amount of money that people owed on their adjustable mortgages jumped up significantly during a period of rapid inflation. So now the government of Iceland is forgiving the debt—or at least the percentage of the debt that was incurred as a result of the inflation.
Living in Hartford, I still see art and music, and I get to live in a city, and my rent is about one third of what I would pay for an equivalent apartment in Brooklyn.
Five bedroom, three and a half bath, 3300-square-foot Queen Anne in Grand Rapids, MI, for $299,100. I am a sucker for turrets.
In Hartford, when poor people claw their way into the middle class, the first thing they do is leave.
This house in Missouri will make your head spin on your neck like a carousel
There’s so much history here, we might as well be in Europe: this is the Johannes Masten House and it dates back to 1668 (!!).