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Gay Couples 73% More Likely to Be Denied By Mortgage Lenders Than Straight Couples: Study

 

A new study, looking at mortgage data from 1990 to 2015 finds that gay couples were 73% more likely to be denied in their mortgage applications than heterosexuals. And those who did get approved often faced higher rates.

On average, gay borrowers paid an extra 0.2% in interest and fees, adding up to an extra $86 million per year. Same-sex couples, however, do not present a higher default risk, said study authors Hua Sun and Lei Gao.

Fortune

Tags: All Rights, Discrimination, Environment, Finance, Home, Interest, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Real Estate, Treatment

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17-Apr-2019


THIS “TRANSPARENT WOOD” COULD CUT THE COST OF HEATING YOUR HOME 

 

Scientists have added a polymer called polyethylene glycol (PEG) to transparent wood to give it the ability to absorb and release heat — and it could make heating and cooling future homes far less costly.

“During a sunny day, the material will absorb heat before it reaches the indoor space, and the indoors will be cooler than outside,” researcher Céline Montanari said in a press release. “And at night, the reverse occurs — the PEG becomes solid and releases heat indoors so that you can maintain a constant temperature in the house.”

Futurism

Tags: Environment, Home, Material, Nature, Science

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03-Apr-2019


Justices reject B&B owner who denied room to gay couple 

 

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday left in place Hawaii court rulings that found a bed and breakfast owner violated the state's anti-discrimination law by refusing to rent a room to a lesbian couple.

The justices rejected an appeal from Aloha Bed & Breakfast owner Phyllis Young, who argued that she should be allowed to turn away gay couples because of her religious beliefs.

"Mrs. Young will rent a bedroom in her home to anyone, including those who are LGBT, but will not rent to any romantic partners other than a husband and wife," her attorney, James Hochberg, said in a statement. "This kind of governmental coercion should disturb every freedom-loving American no matter where you stand on marriage."

ABC News

A transitional home forced out a lesbian couple, citing their Catholic funding

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Business, Environment, Exclusivity, Gay Rights, Home, Homeless, Homophobia, Judgment, Lesbian, Politics, Relationships, Religion, Respect, Travel, Treatment

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19-Mar-2019


Loads of houses are up for sale -- but middle-class buyers are still shut out 

 

Despite an uptick in homes on the market and weakening home sales across the country, home ownership is out of reach for a growing number of middle-class buyers, according to a recent report from real estate brokerage Redfin.

An analysis of U.S. homes on the market in 2017 and 2018 found that the number of affordable homes for sale has decreased in 86 percent of metro areas (of 49 included in the study), even as the number of homes on the market grew. While buyers normally benefit from better availability in competitive housing markets, it doesn’t help if the majority of available homes are priced for the wealthy.

“For the past few years, home prices have gone up faster than wages,” said Daryl Fairweather, chief economist at Redfin. “That kind of growth really isn’t sustainable. At a certain point, there won’t be enough buyers left for the homes left on the market.”

Washington Post

Tags: Americans, Choices, Economy, Finance, Home, Poverty, Privilege, Real Estate

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27-Jan-2019


Rising Rents Are Pushing More Tenants Past the Breaking Point 

 

Rents have increased rapidly across U.S. housing markets as the share of renting households has risen faster than the number of new units. Now, in a survey published Thursday by an apartment-listing service, nearly one in five respondents reports struggling to make the monthly payments.

While big landlords seem to be succeeding at finding tenants who can keep up, the survey, by Apartment List, suggests escalating housing costs may be straining renters’ resources. Eighteen percent of respondents couldn’t pay the full rent due in at least one of the past three months, according to the poll of 40,000 renters. Of those who have registered for the listing site this year, 3.3 percent said they had been evicted in the past, up from 2.8 percent in 2015.

Bloomberg

Tags: Economy, Environment, Finance, Greed, Health, Home, Real Estate, Treatment

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27-Oct-2017


San Francisco will open first affordable housing for senior citizens
'In a city that is in some ways very youth-focused, it’s nice to have a home that’s specifically about seniors.' 
 

San Francisco is to build affordable housing for queer senior citizens, a first for the city.

The housing comes as a result of a partnership between the Mayor’s Office of Housing, Openhouse, a nonprofit LGBT organization, and Mercy Housing.

On 23 March, the city celebrated the gran opening of their first LGBTI-welcoming senior apartments.

Gay Star News

Tags: Aging, Community, Dedication, Environment, Home, Inclusion, Mat, Real Estate, Respect, Service, Stepping Up, Support, Treatment

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23-Jun-2017


8 Things You Should Never Put in the Dishwasher 

 

Stick to the Sink

The dishwasher is one of those “best things since sliced bread” inventions, saving you countless hours otherwise spent stooped over the sink. But, of course, we’ve yet to create a device that’s a kitchen-cleanup panacea — there are some things the dishwasher just shouldn’t tackle.

Food Network

Tags: Advice, Choices, Clean, Environment, Health, Home, Instructional, Product, Science

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24-May-2017