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Adventures in Housing

The multigenerational household

by Maria Hollenhorst Jan 8, 2020
“There is no singular path to success or even home ownership in this country. You need to do what works for you.”
Mike and Silvia Kersh, Jill, Sam, Lucy, and Jack Weaver at their home in Pleasanton, California.
Courtesy of the Weavers
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: The Caretaker

by Amy Scott Jan 6, 2020
If you're thinking cushy job with a free place to live, think again.
Craig Johnson (right) and his partner Carol Adams stand in front of the original hearth at Glen Fern in Philadelphia, PA.
Amy Scott/Marketplace
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: Holding out on a home to invest in something else

by Maria Hollenhorst Nov 26, 2019
Zarrish Khan was about to buy a house when tragic news prompted a U-turn.
Zarrish Khan with her children, Hasan, left, and Mishal.
Photo courtesy of Zarrish Khan
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: Holding on to a family home

by Amy Scott Oct 25, 2019
After Harvey, a Houston family faced a choice.
Chrishelle Palay in front of her house.
Amy Scott/Marketplace
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: The "dream home" that became a reality

by Maria Hollenhorst Oct 23, 2019
Laura Hamilton wanted her parents to have a home that they would never have to leave.
Laura Hamilton with per parents, Lyle and Jeanne Olson, near their new home in Culver, Oregon.
Photo courtesy of Laura Hamilton
Adventures in Housing

Housing costs force young Californians to live with their parents

by Matt Levin Oct 11, 2019
Adults still live with their parents a decade after the Great Recession.
In California, some 37% of adults age 18 to 34 are living with at least one parent. Above, a suburban neighborhood in Highland, California.
David McNew/Getty Images
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: The boarding school dorm parents

by Maria Hollenhorst Sep 30, 2019
Sometimes a housing story is actually a love story.
Bill and Margaret Enos met working as teachers in a boarding school. He was a dorm parent, she was a dorm parent, and then they were dorm parents together.
Photo courtesy of the Enos

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Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: The small-time landlord

by Maria Hollenhorst Sep 13, 2019
Becoming a landlord helped Beverly Wilcox retire at 54, go back to school and launch a second career.
California landlord Beverly Wilcox laying sod at one of her properties in 2001.
Courtesy of Beverly Wilcox
Adventures in Housing

Adventures in Housing: The ADU

by Amy Scott Aug 28, 2019
One Denver couple's "accessory dwelling unit" became their home.
Nate Jenkins and Stacie Ginkins-Jenkins built an "accessory dwelling unit" in their backyard in Denver.
Amy Scott/Marketplace