The house is different from other houses in the sense that, it didn’t allude to a real house. The house is an image of many ideas
When you step out of this room to the photography room on the right your feelings within the surrounding change once again. In the first room of the museum the tile is white and thus reflects light, creating yet more light in the surrounding area. The walls go from light and colorful shades to a medium tinted of gray creating a more plain mood within the room. In the side room full of photography the flooring changes from white large stone tiles to wood panel flooring. The opening to this second room is an opening the wall rather than another doorway but instead of the opening stretching all the way up to the ceiling, there is a thinner horizontal plank at the top that is an almost metallically aluminum color. The space is divided up
There was a relaxing feeling coming from the room. The colors were pretty mellow such as the cream-colored walls. Although the room gave off this aura, there was a very elegant tea set in the middle of the room. The wall contained a fireplace while the corner of the room contained a combination of both a bookshelf and a desk. The desk had a pair of golden glasses that belonged to one of the men who lived in the home (I can’t recall exactly who they belonged to). Aside from these things, the room also contained what looked like a very comfortable couch. The guide stated that all of the pieces in the house aside from one fireplace and most of the replicated sales pieces in the General Store.
wooden front porch, with roof, and entry through the front door that led to a front hall.
The floors were swept. Curtains, a deep blue, hung straight and heavy over clean windows and the walls were neatly, uniformly painted with a warm brown. Cabinet doors were closed over their contents, the bed towards the back of the room was made, and the blanket pulled over the top was smooth and brightly colored, if a bit faded and worn. Even the herbs and candles scattered across the wooden table were done so in a systematic way, everything lining up according to some sort of order that wouldn’t be obvious to any outside observer.
It was difficult to read painting acquisition numbers, exact demensions, etc, since the rooms were gated off, or there was no description of some pieces or for what was painted on the walls and ceilings. I focused the portrait of Salem Towne in the dining room.
I couldn’t help but stop, I was mesmerized at how elegant the hall was. It was a long passage, decorated with white tables, mirrors with white trim, white tile, white ceilings, and white lamps placed on every table giving off a ghostly, cold light. Open doors lined the walls. Inside, you could see white decorated rooms.
There were several sharp, bright exterior images of the ranch home. It had a covered porch and a huge front yard, and a big backyard with a shade tree, and an extra-large deck, and storage sheds, all surrounded by mature trees.
There were sharp exterior images that showed an attractive country home with a welcoming covered porch, a one car attached garage, and a big front yard. The good-sized backyard had two level decks and many trees.
Real estate finance in the modern community is changing the perspective of modern lending and purchases. It is a means to contemporary community’s ability to develop a foundation for discussing the nature and means of public spending and purchase. As a self-government sponsored agency, Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) also known as Fannie Mae works with the ultimate responsibility of lending and buying secondary mortgages in the market (Oesterle, 2010). It helps in the conservation of interest rates in the real estate business in the contemporary community. There is also the need for focusing on the impacts of the Fannie Mae on real estate finance. The approach of the Fannie Mae helps lenders to use the money gained from the secondary
Securitization history can be traced back to 18th century, but the first examples of mortgage-backed securities can be found in 19th century in United States, that are the farm railroad mortgage bonds of the 1860s. After the Great Depression, the government took several initiatives to increase the supply of funds for mortgages loans. Their aim was to support the primary market first, and then the secondary market. In 1934, the Housing Act was enacted and FHA (the Federal Housing Administration) is created by the U.S. federal government. The FHA developed the fixed-rate mortgage, which is an alternative of balloon payment mortgage. In 1938, the federal government also created Fannie Mae, a government-sponsored corporation, in order to create a liquid secondary market of mortgages.
The house was long, white, and had blue shudders. I could always pick out which set of windows out front peeked into my bedroom because of the messy off-white paint stuck to it after years of never being touched up. Inside, so much more was going on than the typical all-American home lead outsiders to believe. Confusion, growth, fear, and lots of aluminum cans.
Outside this bedroom (20 x 15, two windows overlooking the park) there are seven large, airy, high-ceilinged rooms filled with light and colors and textures and objects that dazzle the eye…” (Kaufman, 45)
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