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    The Other Bricks by Ginet Sosemito


    The Bricks of the Dutch are of Historic value and known to be the best investment.
    If one knows on which street and which neighbourhood to move forward. One can apply for a subsidy to renovate a Historic Dutch House with Monumental status.

    Renters are subject to charges by the owner of the Building for the soil they live on, which is a leased construction of annual fees. The owner of a rent controlled building with a permit issued by the Government, who determine the rent, can apply for a Subsidy to renovate the Monumental Building and raise collateral with the margin the Building itself proffers by having been renovated. The Bricks are Polished, from the Outside. The Bank extends the owner capital based on the increase in value of the Bricks, and foundation, after the renovation. The controlled rents cover the initial mortgage and the margin is used to invest in another building to apply the same financial construction with a renovate-construction deposit extended by the Bank based on the previous building. One builds their Bricks around the City from there on. The State owned Governmental Housing bodies work the Derivatives market with the margin extended by the Bank on the valued constructed buildings in neighbourhoods and Bricks of value.

    The History of Amsterdam is a story of Bricks smiling upon those who stroll by on an average canal Bridge. The apartments of out of rent controlled excluded buildings are based upon the measurements of a kitchen counter, m2 and upgraded interior.

    In Amsterdam, a centimetre of ones Brick and Kitchen counter top can make a World of Difference.

    Ginet Sosemito

    April 17 2012
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