reprinted from: Agencies Help Owners Take In Strangers To Keep Their Homes
â€Where we see it being of value is if someone is having short-term problems,â€ she said. â€œThe average stay of a sharer is about a year, and some are much less. It’s good for someone leaving a marriage or a relationship, or going to school. You can’t count on it as a regular income. It’s a stopgap.â€
(STORY CAN END HERE. OPTIONAL MATERIAL FOLLOWS.)
After counselors from St. Ambrose interviewed Terry and Ongiri, Terry drove to the house where Ongiri was living alongside three men. Right away, Terry said, â€œI’m like, she don’t need to be living here with three males. I felt as if I could help her, get her out of that area and that living arrangement. I hoped she felt the same way.â€
Ongiri said she was relieved to know â€œI wasn’t going to move in and find the house was in foreclosure or something equally distressing.â€
Yes, that “STORY ENDS HERE…” section is in the actual article. I was looking for more about the subjects of the story and hit a bunch of reprints of the wire. Why post a story with no further research or at least a care for editing? This is just laziness on the part of the news director/editor from this site.
I went ahead and searched for that phrase on “the google” and hit upon a bunch of sites that just didn’t care enough to edit the newswire. It’s what passes for “news” I guess, it explains a great deal about how and why people aren’t up on the news and have their opinions formed by Talk Radio and Cable news, doesn’t it?