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Keep reading for some gorgeous and cozy ways to shake up your bedroom decor this fall—plus the inside scoop on how to steal the look.
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A change in seasons usually feels like the right time to make other changes, too—like updating your space to fit your needs, and creating the perfect interiors you actually want to spend time in.
So as we approach the official start of autumn, we thought we’d help you get started with those changes by providing some design inspiration.
Like we do each week, we scrolled through hundreds of posts on Instagram to bring you the most liked, top-trending decor ideas, this time with a
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The one-of-a-kind, European-style construction is located in the exclusive enclave and gated community of the Sugarloaf Country Club. Cink purchased the property in 2002 for $425,000. The home itself was built in 2007.
Constructed of stone and with a concrete-tile roof, the massive manse is situated off a quiet cul-de-sac, and has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms.
A lot has been written about the demise of retail.
In April, UBS projected that 100,000 brick-and-mortar stores could close permanently by 2025, as online sales capture 25% of total retail sales.
The Fall 2020 Retail Spotlight Report from Colliers International backs this general sentiment, saying that the need for physical stores is likely to continue its downward trend well into the latter part of 2020. This will force retailers to take a closer look at how much space they actually need.
“The economic consequences for retailers’ brick-and-mortar stores and profit margins will push retailers to rationalize store occupancy numbers and location and consider cutting back on physical space,” according to The Fall 2020 Retail Spotlight Report.
Now, the rise of online sales and the effects of the pandemic is showing up in retail productivity. In 2014, the sales per square foot of retail came in at $396.2 per square
Fewer apartment households paid the rent by the end of the month since April, though the decrease is only 1.38% year over year amid the COVID-19 pandemic and high unemployment.
The National Multifamily Housing Council’s latest Rent Payment Tracker report includes looks at how many renters paid by the end of the month and by the 6th of each month. The data come from its survey of 11.4 million apartment units in the United States.
For the April through August time period in 2020, an average of 95.16% of multifamily households had paid rent by the end of the month. That compares with 96.54% in 2019, a difference of 1.38%.
When viewing who had paid by the 6th of each month, the averages are farther apart. In 2019 during the same time period, 81.08% had paid by the 6th. In 2020, the average is 78.82%.
One caveat to paid-by-the-6th set