I just think it's funny that, considering 1 million americans are dead from covid, instead of making the country an actually hospitable place to have kids in by raising wages and lowering housing costs, they're moving to allow marriage at 12 years old and trying to force births on us
Changed some things around; removed Dark's apartment studio but NOW, Iyna's FC room is a photo studio; lights out, black screen, white screen, and on request, a green screen. It's a tad tight, but it does the job.
All the lighting in these shots is the basic Gpose trio of droplights.
This should make it easier for guildmates and friends of anyone in our FC (since we have friendslist estate teleportation on) to get to a simple studio).
And hey, an excuse to check out the amazing design work our friend @xiuhteena has done on the main FC house and several rooms.
Hi, I'm Lavender, and I'm a trans girl who's about to be moving out with nowhere lined up to live next. Unfortunately I can't stay here, and my lease is up on August 30th (2022), so I could really use somewhere trans friendly to go within the next 30 days!
I'm incredibly grateful for all offers, though I do need something long term. As the pic says, I can pay rent and have my own transportation, so anywhere in the USA is great, though I do prefer east of the Rockies. Please share this if you can, and thank you so much if you do ^^
Last summer, Nathan Connolly and his wife, Shani Mott, welcomed an appraiser into their house in Baltimore, hoping to take advantage of historically low interest rates and refinance their mortgage.
They believed that their house — improved with a new $5,000 tankless water heater and $35,000 in other renovations — was worth much more than the $450,000 that they paid for it in 2017. Home prices have been on the rise nationwide since the pandemic; in Baltimore, they have gone up 42 percent in the past five years, according to Zillow.com.
But 20/20 Valuations, a Maryland appraisal company, put the home’s value at $472,000, and in turn, loanDepot, a mortgage lender, denied the couple a refinance loan.
“We were clearly aware of appraisal discrimination,” said Dr. Connolly, 44. “But to be told in so many words that our presence and the life we’ve built in our home brings the property value down? It’s an absolute gut punch.”