The state of the housing industry or real estate industry these days seems to not have recovered yet from the recession. For buyers, you are in the best of luck if you buy a property now because prices of the real estate properties are still plunging. For sellers, no luck as you won’t be able to benefit a good amount of net when you try to sell your properties. For many of us, the recession has truly affected us.
One of the effects that the bad economy has done to us is job loss which to most would result in losing their properties. Such would also result in trying to find for that low income housing that is affordable. It is tough and sad, but the good news is, the government has subsidized housing that can help low income or families with no income at all.
We know of friends who have availed of such assistance from the government and we know of others still who are in the process of applying for eligibility to such opportunity. For those who are badly affected by the economy and have lost their homes and are now trying to find for a low cost housing, I recommend you check out lowincome.org as it is a website where you can seek help and assistance in finding an affordable housing or apartment that is beyond your financial reach. Available in 50 states, I am positive that there is help available for you!
Having a baby gives you the chance to be so loved and thought of by everybody around you. Such thoughtfulness is what I am so thankful for when I became a mother. In our baby preparation with our first daughter six years ago, we got to be recipients by and of so many presents from friends and church family. It is the same thing on our second daughter, thanks to friends and again, our church family here who thinks of us every day and wishes us nothing but the best.
We have been so thankful by the gifts we received since pregnancy until today. Last weekend, we were given a Baby Shower party and presents were pouring in, again! Oh how nice it is to be giving birth in the place where I am right now! See, we don’t have this plenteous had I lived in Philippines. Thus, I am so thankful!