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10/27/2011

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Almond Tree

slightly off topic however I've been looking for a residential apt for over a year to start a 2nd family daycare (while keeping the one in my home). I've found that homeowners abhor the idea of a family daycare in their home because of the noise, liability (even though I tell them I have liability insurance) and wear and tear to their property. So my experience is that it is extremely difficult, and so far unsuccessful, finding a space external to my residence to run a family daycare in.

Chad

@Almond Tree: I'm in the same boat. We've actually decided to buy a second home rather than try to rent for our second location.

There's a glut of foreclosures on the market right now and with interest rates close to a historical low it seems like a good idea to us. I don't like the idea of parting with the cash for the down payment but there's great demand in our area for daycare and we want to take advantage of it.

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