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Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas

Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas potentially profitable places to buy homes to rent out. Each investment decision depends on prevailing home prices and rents in the neighborhood, the dwelling’s condition, taxes, insurance, interest rates and other costs.

Should you buy a rental home in metro Detroit? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Detroit was $44,900, with a median rent of $850. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 22.7 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Should you buy a rental home in Chicagoland? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Chicago was $134,900, with a median rent of $1,700. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 15.1 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

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Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas potentially profitable places to buy homes to rent out. Each investment decision depends on prevailing home prices and rents in the neighborhood, the dwelling’s condition, taxes, insurance, interest rates and other costs.

Should you buy a rental home in metro Detroit? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Detroit was $44,900, with a median rent of $850. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 22.7 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Should you buy a rental home in Chicagoland? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Chicago was $134,900, with a median rent of $1,700. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 15.1 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

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There are directors and visionaries, and few who are truly both. Wes Anderson is the latter, and in modern day filmmaking he has, arguably, the most identifiable style. You can catch 3 seconds of one of his films and immediately make the association, and sometimes you don’t have to watch that long, but can tell from the sound, or a still image.

Anderson’s films are so identifiable, and so unique, that they’ve become the matter of study for film and art students worldwide, but such study isn’t relegated strictly to the annals of some institute of fancy book-learnin’, but for photographers, designers, and filmmakers everywhere, and in an homage to the man and his ‘world’, there has come about a subreddit called Accidental Wes Anderson where people post photos of places in real life that look as though they belong in a Wes Anderson film – and it’s utterly brilliant.

If you appreciate the films, or art on a whole, you’ll appreciate this thread and could likely sit there looking through it all for hours, leaving the house in disarray and the dogs unfed. We’ve taken a sampling of them and included them here for a taste. Really, our hats off to those who captured these. I’ve personally seen some locations in person and never quite took the time to appreciate them as they’ve been captured. Hopefully it will inspire us all to slow down, and to really stop and think, and see.

Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas potentially profitable places to buy homes to rent out. Each investment decision depends on prevailing home prices and rents in the neighborhood, the dwelling’s condition, taxes, insurance, interest rates and other costs.

Should you buy a rental home in metro Detroit? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Detroit was $44,900, with a median rent of $850. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 22.7 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Should you buy a rental home in Chicagoland? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Chicago was $134,900, with a median rent of $1,700. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 15.1 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas potentially profitable places to buy homes to rent out. Each investment decision depends on prevailing home prices and rents in the neighborhood, the dwelling’s condition, taxes, insurance, interest rates and other costs.

Should you buy a rental home in metro Detroit? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Detroit was $44,900, with a median rent of $850. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 22.7 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Should you buy a rental home in Chicagoland? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Chicago was $134,900, with a median rent of $1,700. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 15.1 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

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There are directors and visionaries, and few who are truly both. Wes Anderson is the latter, and in modern day filmmaking he has, arguably, the most identifiable style. You can catch 3 seconds of one of his films and immediately make the association, and sometimes you don’t have to watch that long, but can tell from the sound, or a still image.

Anderson’s films are so identifiable, and so unique, that they’ve become the matter of study for film and art students worldwide, but such study isn’t relegated strictly to the annals of some institute of fancy book-learnin’, but for photographers, designers, and filmmakers everywhere, and in an homage to the man and his ‘world’, there has come about a subreddit called Accidental Wes Anderson where people post photos of places in real life that look as though they belong in a Wes Anderson film – and it’s utterly brilliant.

If you appreciate the films, or art on a whole, you’ll appreciate this thread and could likely sit there looking through it all for hours, leaving the house in disarray and the dogs unfed. We’ve taken a sampling of them and included them here for a taste. Really, our hats off to those who captured these. I’ve personally seen some locations in person and never quite took the time to appreciate them as they’ve been captured. Hopefully it will inspire us all to slow down, and to really stop and think, and see.

Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act enacted the 9/11 Commission's recommendation that the Federal Government “set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses.” The Act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official purposes licenses and identification cards from states that do not meet these standards. States have made considerable progress in meeting this key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and every state has a more secure driver's license today than before the passage of the Act.

Starting February 5, 2018, residents of American Samoa, which is not compliant with REAL ID and was not granted an extension, will no longer be allowed to use their American Samoa-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards to access federal facilities (including military bases), enter nuclear power plants or board commercial aircraft.  As noted above, this is what we call “state-based” enforcement.  American Samoa residents will need to show an alternative form of identification that is acceptable to the facility.  Visitors should contact the facility to determine what, if any, identification is needed for access.

Fifty-five out of fifty-six states and territories are currently compliant with REAL ID or non-compliant with an extension.  The residents from these states and territories may continue using their driver’s licenses or identification cards, regardless of whether the license/ID is REAL ID compliant or not, for accessing Federal facilities (including military bases), entering nuclear power plants, and boarding commercial aircraft.  The February 5, 2018, enforcement date only applies currently to the residents of American Samoa.

Bankrate surveyed online real estate listings for three-bedroom houses in 15 of the country’s largest metro areas. In the following five metros, rents are relatively high compared with asking prices for home sales. That makes these metro areas potentially profitable places to buy homes to rent out. Each investment decision depends on prevailing home prices and rents in the neighborhood, the dwelling’s condition, taxes, insurance, interest rates and other costs.

Should you buy a rental home in metro Detroit? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Detroit was $44,900, with a median rent of $850. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 22.7 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

Should you buy a rental home in Chicagoland? In a survey of online real estate listings in the fourth quarter of 2013, Bankrate found that the median asking price for a three-bedroom house in metro Chicago was $134,900, with a median rent of $1,700. Based on those numbers, an investor could recoup 15.1 percent of the investment in the first year, excluding taxes, insurance, renovations and other costs. See a map of potential investment profitability in 15 metro areas .

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There are directors and visionaries, and few who are truly both. Wes Anderson is the latter, and in modern day filmmaking he has, arguably, the most identifiable style. You can catch 3 seconds of one of his films and immediately make the association, and sometimes you don’t have to watch that long, but can tell from the sound, or a still image.

Anderson’s films are so identifiable, and so unique, that they’ve become the matter of study for film and art students worldwide, but such study isn’t relegated strictly to the annals of some institute of fancy book-learnin’, but for photographers, designers, and filmmakers everywhere, and in an homage to the man and his ‘world’, there has come about a subreddit called Accidental Wes Anderson where people post photos of places in real life that look as though they belong in a Wes Anderson film – and it’s utterly brilliant.

If you appreciate the films, or art on a whole, you’ll appreciate this thread and could likely sit there looking through it all for hours, leaving the house in disarray and the dogs unfed. We’ve taken a sampling of them and included them here for a taste. Really, our hats off to those who captured these. I’ve personally seen some locations in person and never quite took the time to appreciate them as they’ve been captured. Hopefully it will inspire us all to slow down, and to really stop and think, and see.

Passed by Congress in 2005, the REAL ID Act enacted the 9/11 Commission's recommendation that the Federal Government “set standards for the issuance of sources of identification, such as driver's licenses.” The Act established minimum security standards for state-issued driver's licenses and identification cards and prohibits Federal agencies from accepting for official purposes licenses and identification cards from states that do not meet these standards. States have made considerable progress in meeting this key recommendation of the 9/11 Commission and every state has a more secure driver's license today than before the passage of the Act.

Starting February 5, 2018, residents of American Samoa, which is not compliant with REAL ID and was not granted an extension, will no longer be allowed to use their American Samoa-issued driver’s licenses and identification cards to access federal facilities (including military bases), enter nuclear power plants or board commercial aircraft.  As noted above, this is what we call “state-based” enforcement.  American Samoa residents will need to show an alternative form of identification that is acceptable to the facility.  Visitors should contact the facility to determine what, if any, identification is needed for access.

Fifty-five out of fifty-six states and territories are currently compliant with REAL ID or non-compliant with an extension.  The residents from these states and territories may continue using their driver’s licenses or identification cards, regardless of whether the license/ID is REAL ID compliant or not, for accessing Federal facilities (including military bases), entering nuclear power plants, and boarding commercial aircraft.  The February 5, 2018, enforcement date only applies currently to the residents of American Samoa.

As a way to seek refuge and withdraw from public life, Ludwig II of Bavaria built this extravagant castle in 1868. Seven weeks after his death in 1886, the structure was opened to the paying public and has since become one of the most visited castles in Europe. Neuschwanstein is also the inspiration for the Sleeping Beauty castle in Disneyland, so it's clearly magical!

This specific spot in the Waitomo Caves is known as the Glowworm Grotto , a place where glowworms ignite a starry scenery on the ceilings and walls. This species is exclusively found in New Zealand and is around the size of a mosquito.

One of the most enchanting towns of France, Colmar is reminiscent of the provincial town of Beauty and the Beast , but better. In addition to being a quaint, charming place to visit, Colmar is also home to Musée Animé du Jouet et des Petits Trains , the Animated Museum of Toys and Modeled Trains.

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