• tprea12
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Multigenerational Homes: Real Estate's Next Big Thing as More Families Share a Space {AOL Real Estate}

Nov 25th 2012 7:26PM

If the adults in such an arrangement can act like adults, this type of arrangement is a winner. The biggest hitch is acting like adults. The grandparent generation has to treat their adult "kids" with the respect and courtesy they would show any adult. The adult "kids" have to be willing and able to contribute to the household as adults, not adult leaches. All the adults have to be willing and able to agree to certain basic rules and follow them to make the household work (such has how bills are to be paid and arrangements concerning babysitting the grandkids and everyone follows the rules concerning the grandkids with tv, playtime, homework and bedtime)

Jail Time for Phoenix Man Who Hosted Bible Study at His Home {AOL Real Estate}

Jul 8th 2012 2:52PM

Wonder if this town goes after the folks who have garage sales on their front lawn every weekend.

Jail Time for Phoenix Man Who Hosted Bible Study at His Home {AOL Real Estate}

Jul 8th 2012 9:59AM

Guess folks are going to have to stop having birthday parties, graduation parties, (any) holiday parties, having the kids' friends over to celebrate...(fill in the blank), no more tupperware parties, no more wedding or baby showers, no more inviting friends/family/co-workers over for dinner parties, no more social club meetings, no more Sunday afternoon football parties without first submitting a permit and associated fees with the city government.
Lets face it, if a home owner(s) have 3-8 siblings (includes siblings on both sides of the family), 2 sets of parents/grandparents,grandchildren, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews, (and all their dates/spouses) the shear number of the gatherings listed above could be seen as the homeowner having "regular" weekly/monthly meetings and the guest list well exceeding 15-20 people.

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