It’s been awhile since I’ve done much on wordpress.com or in general with my website.
I ran into some difficulties this past year with my domain host (hostgator) and in the process, I no longer have access to my website and had to cancel my domain hosting. They also did not give my backup, which I was told they would provide, SO….lost data. .
Unfortunately, it appears my last back up was September of 2014. YAY!? 😦
Also, due to the formatting/theme on my old blog vs a free blog, my site currently has some serious drama ensueing.
I’ll be fixing this up in the coming months and re-adding in missing pictures, text, formatting, but it may take awhile, so I apologize for the mess!
In summation: I hate Hostgator and hope their company dies in a fire.
The following “shareslide” discusses why renting is more popular than buying, at the moment. The statistics and “facts” based on these statistics seem to have a lot of assumptions built into it that will be addressed in a future article. However, it is still an interesting glance/read-through to flip through when you have the time. It is also wise to know what the propaganda says of denial of income disparity and inequality that this article propogates. (See D.C.’s plan to end homeless crisis prompts a different struggle and Where, Oh, Where Can Minimum Wage Earners Afford to Rent a One-Bedroom Apartment?)
As more people choose to rent apartments over buying homes, North American Properties – Atlanta (NAP) has released “The New American Dream” SlideShare that looks at who the new renter is, what factors are contributing to this trend and what it means for the future of multi-housing. NAP first became interested in studying this phenomenon after receiving a flood of inquiries for its luxury rental property, Haven, at Avalon, a $600 million mixed-use development opening Oct. 30 in Alpharetta, Georgia.