Good Ways To Get Fast Houses


What are some good ways to quickly get a house down on a new plot? Of course theres always stealing a house, buying one on foreclosure, or any of those style options. Yet of course those are fringing on illegal after all. I would like to admit to say¬† that I haven’t really considered those options. What I think the best way to deal with this issue is the following:

  1. You can buy a pre existing home. As well, you can buy someone else home. You can get these homes from real estate agents, through family, or from your own friends. You need some significant capital in order to buy these sorts of homes. In order to do the following you would need to ensure you have a strong mortgage, a good line of credit, etc. You need good standings for your bank in the end, because in order to get a prefab cottage you need to ensure you have some money.
  2. You can get yourself a prefab house. A prefab house is a house that is pre built and then delivered to you. You need to ensure you have a lot cleared and ready to go for the house to be delivered. It will be put together very quickly, and so you need to ensure that the land in which you are being build upon is ready and appropriate for a home. We need to make sure that also we have strong neighbors. Nothing ruins a nice home more than loud music or the smell of smoke coming from your neighbors lawn.

You need to think about things like do they have pets? Nobody wants their neighbours dog barking in their ear all night. As well, you need to make sure they wont ask to borrow too much of your stuff too soon. In the end, building pre fabricated homes is a great option for people not wanting an older home.

Different Architecture Between Western And European Buildings


I studied architecture in school and have a huge passion for buildings and structures. I’m from Europe and just recently moved to North America to do more school. Recently, I’ve noticed there are many big differences between the building structures in Europe versus the ones in North America. Obviously I have seen more in Europe than in North America. Eventually, I would like to make my way around North American to view all the different architecture in each place.

The biggest difference I’ve realized is the historic buildings versus contemporary. There are huge sky scrapers in North America ranging anywhere from 20 floors to over 80. In Europe, there are very few buildings that are as high as the buildings here. It is incredible to stand in any street in Manhattan and just look up to the sky. All you see are these extremely tall, beautiful buildings that reflect light with all the glass. North America also has very interesting architecture that is extremely modern and spectacular. I viewed a building last week that was made completely out of glass and it was on a tilt. Although there are interesting pieces in Europe as well, buildings are much older and traditional in style and setting. There are obvious differences in style and architecture between the two continents, and I thoroughly enjoy learning about both styles.