Group hopes sharing can ease housing crunch, offers free course


Advocates say house sharing can be a way for seniors to stay in their homes longer. File photo

DOVER - Susan Rand, of Dover, is working to spread the word about house sharing, a potential pathway to expanding the availability of affordable housing in the valley. Rand serves on a subcommittee of the Bi-Town Economic Development Committee dedicated to expanding affordable options and has taken the lead on expanding house-sharing opportunities. As part of that effort, the committee is offering to cover the cost of a two-part course about house sharing for anyone who signs up by August 31. 

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