Very interesting questions you posed. Too bad they didn't actually get answered!
I found your blog when I was looking for blogs that would appeal to emerging artists. I’d like to learn more about potentially advertising on your blog/partnering with your blog. We’re launching a new product to help artists produce their first major projects, and we’re looking for the right platform to let them know about it.
Could you please send your viewer statistics? Such as hits per day, click through rates, links to your site, etc.
I think our product could really help emerging artists, and we’re just trying to find the right place to reach them; hopefully your blog could be that place.
Sorry to leave this in a comment, but couldn't figure out how else to reach you!
My point is they rent. If my landlord decides to sell our house or stop using it as a rental, that is his decision and I respect it. We will find another house to rent. I just think the federal and local governments can do better than putting their weight behind trailers as "affordable housing". It seems to me to be a cop out to advocate such a solution.
I feel for the residents but they are renters. A quick google of trailer parks in Wake County turned up 165 neighborhoods with both lots and trailers for sale for mostly under 30k. The fix to affordable housing is not more unsightly trailer parks but smaller well built houses that will appreciate in value which will give the owners incentive to keep them maintained and make their home a true investment. Similar to Habitat. The story is noble but off base.
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