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Medieval Themed Marriage Between Psychics Celebrated In Poole

Some would say that their love story has always been shown on the cards. The new husband and wife are both psychics and they met during a therapy course on tarots hosted in Poole by Steve Hounsome around three years before.

Amy Clayton who is a clairvoyant decided to attend the event along with a friend and that is when their love story started.

The couple who came from Parkstone was recently married at the Poole Guildhall while 70 guests were witnesses to the ceremony while wearing clothes inspired by medieval times.

Steve who is now 50 years old joking said that Amy is his student and fortunately she got the teacher’s attention. He also expressed his happiness regarding their wedding and how the medieval theme came about from their love of the medieval history. He also said that there work has brought them to a connection with past lives which makes the theme more fitting. According to Steve, the knight is his spirit guide and the theme fits perfectly well for them both.

The proposal happened at the Sandbanks beach, the day before Steve turned 50. He shared how Amy ordered a sword from a specialist in York so he can have it on his birthday but it was delayed. Instead, he asked Amy to do something else for his birthday and that was when Steve proposed on one knee. The ring was also medieval inspired and was designed by a New York lady who got the inspiration from the betrothal ring of the 15th Century Italian.

The newlyweds are going on a honeymoon in another historic place, Tintagel, Cornwall. The place is said to be connected with King Arthur and his knight of the Round Table. Another place on the list is the rumored to be haunted Georgian Pilgrim hotel located in Glastonbury.

Amy is now 47 years old and express how she hears the spirits’ voices and will sure to keep her up while in Somerset. She also disclosed how she got an imaginary friend until the age of 7. She also expressed in how compatible and natural she is with Steve.


Some Homebuilders Including Lennar Looks To Home Rentals In The Midst Of Poor Sales

Nevada, USA — March 19, 2015 — Although many parts of the world, including the US have been experiencing an increase in demand for the homebuilding industry, the same could not be said for the second largest US homebuilder, Lennar, along with a couple other homebuilders.

Now, when their sales pace have been dragging and not many people were purchasing from their display homes for sale unlike before, they are now turning to rentals to speed up their profits.

Sparks, Nevada had now become the home of Lennar’s first ever single-family rental homes community. They have built a pipeline of 20,000 apartments that have exceeded $5.5 billion.

Stuart Miller, Lennar’s Chief Executive Officer, said that they have seen and are still seeing the great improvements and potential of the rental markets with vacancies being low and the rental rates getting higher. He says that it is because of the fact that American families are unable to access the mortgage market making them to consider renting single-family homes because of their inability to purchase a home.

In fact, in 20 years, the U.S. Homeownership rate fell down to its lowest ever by the end of last year, 2014. During this same time, the share for the rental housing vacancy rate dropped to its lowest since 1993. This is all according to the Census Bureau. Because of the fact that millions of homeowners are now losing more properties and potential buyers are unable to afford to buy real estate, the demand has indefinitely shifted to rental housing. Another factor for this is that people are having more trouble to qualify for loans.

Lennar’s decision to offer rental housing is now considered a wise move for the company since more people are now being compelled to stray from the norm and turn to rentals.

Lennar wasn’t the only one who entered the rental housing sphere. The largest builder of luxury homes, Toll Brothers Inc., has now also begun to offer apartment rentals as well as student housing.

Lennar reported that their expected income would be about $115 million and that they are also expecting an increase of value.