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Comptroller Wants Paying Rent on Time to Count Toward Credit Score4h Updated Comptroller Wants Paying Rent on Time to Count Toward Credit Score
Scott M. Stringer, the city comptroller, is pushing a plan that would encourage tenants, especially low-income renters, to report rent payments to boost their credit.
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 Sixties furniture is making a comeback with surging prices 5h Updated Sixties furniture is making a comeback with surging prices
Furniture that was first hugely popular in the 1960s and 1970s is staging a revival - and the items can now fetch thousands of pounds.
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Nobel’s furniture design was dynamite | Letters6h Nobel’s furniture design was dynamite | Letters
One-legged stools | Mercia mudstone | Death by fish | Lancia cars | Naming your coldAll this discussion about the relative design and merits of three-legged stools (
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 First look at final 12 X Factor contestants in the house 6h Updated First look at final 12 X Factor contestants in the house
The North London property, which has been the home of superstars including Lionel Richie and Rod Stewart. will be the home of the contestants as they go through to the live shows.
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 X Factor: First look at the Final 12 house unveiled 10h Updated X Factor: First look at the Final 12 house unveiled
The North London property, which has been the home of superstars including Lionel Richie and Rod Stewart. will be the home of the contestants as they go through to the live shows.
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Can we get planning permission before we purchase a house?12h Can we get planning permission before we purchase a house?
We like a place, but only if we can get an extension. How do we proceed?
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Public backs ban on long-term unpaid internships, study finds14h Public backs ban on long-term unpaid internships, study finds
New research by the Social Mobility Commission also found 80% in favour of requiring firms to advertise opportunities A majority of people support a ban on long-term unpaid internships and the introduction of new rules preventing companies from organising short-term spots via informal channels, a study suggests. The research was
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Shopping Guide: Shopping for Wingback Chairs14h Shopping Guide: Shopping for Wingback Chairs
Few pieces of furniture make a statement like a wing chair — or are more comfortable.
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Housing crisis: we will borrow to invest in new homes, says Sajid Javid34h Housing crisis: we will borrow to invest in new homes, says Sajid Javid
Communities secretary calls for ‘big increase in all types of home’ including social housing and shared equity homes The government will partially reverse its austerity doctrine by borrowing to invest heavily in new homes and associated infrastructure to tackle the housing crisis,
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Ask Real Estate: Can a Neighbor Keep Flowerpots on a Fire Escape?35h Ask Real Estate: Can a Neighbor Keep Flowerpots on a Fire Escape?
Plants on the fire escape and window ledges cause strife.
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How to renovate a kitchen without breaking the bank | Kitchen DIY38h How to renovate a kitchen without breaking the bank | Kitchen DIY
A kitchen renovation needn’t be hellish, nor should it empty the coffers. With a few well-chosen secondhand pieces, you can get all the functions of a fully fitted space, but at the fraction of the price ... Splashbacks, soft-close drawers, integrated appliances, breakfast bars ... If you’re grappling with a kitchen renovation on a tight budget, these are all features that have the capacity to induce panic and/or total apathy. What’s more, most high-street suppliers will charge upwards of £8,000 for a fitted kitchen (which may or may not include removal of your existing set-up). Forget about bespoke, shaker-chic units: realistically, yours is a bland choice of laminated worksurfaces and lacklustre fitted units that swallow up space and encourage stockpiling. But I think I might have found an alternative. When my partner and I moved into our Victorian terrace, we decided to approach our kitchen as we would any other room in the house and fill it with used furniture. Having lived with it for two years now, we know it is possible for a free-standing, secondhand kitchen to perform the same functions as a fitted kitchen, for a fraction of the price. Here is how we did it ...
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Cloth house: at home with fabrics inspired by the outdoors42h Cloth house: at home with fabrics inspired by the outdoors
Combined with modern furniture and just enough decorative pieces, the material lights up a bright Victorian house Textile artist
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Zest for life: citrus plants to grow at home42h Zest for life: citrus plants to grow at home
Whether you’re after a lemon-scented houseplant or a key-lime plant with which to make pies, there’s are plenty of citrus varieties you can grow in the UK Yes, it’s that time of year again. Citrus season is almost upon us. The arrival of the first blood oranges and bergamots is something I look forward to each winter as I hunt them down in food markets. But if you grow your own, suddenly the number of options available to you explodes, including all sorts of weird and wonderful varieties whose fruit is essentially “unbuyable” in Britain. If you are after a glossy-leaved, evergreen houseplant with pretty, scented flowers and the bonus of amazingly flavourful fruit to pique your culinary curiosity, then citrus are perfect for you. Picking sour over sweet varieties makes sense, as modest harvests of indoor citrus will go a long way as a flavouring
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