As an alternative, she decided to rent the entire house out.
For any first-time landlord, navigating the ins and outs of renting out a property can be challenging.
“I get the honor of caring for this house that meant so much to all of us growing up.” The home was built in the 1920s and had been in the family for nearly half a century, mostly serving as a destination for family holiday gatherings.
Because her extended family was emotionally attached to the home, Kluger knew she didn’t want to live in it or sell the property, but there were taxes and maintenance fees to cover.
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