Like good, old boardinghouses?

In uncertain economic times, people may need to bring in additional money, and renting out a room in one’s home can be a way to do that. But there seems to be a key difference between the big business version of home sharing that we’re now seeing in neighborhoods everywhere — HOAs included — and home sharing years ago. Was old-style home sharing more family-focused?    Read the article………..


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