What, oh what, to do with all your extra cash?
Well, some people turn to real estate, and buy themselves a second home.
And then, a third.
Apparently, this is more common than you might imagine, according to a recent article in The New York Times.
What are the benefits? Oh, I’m sure you can think of some – having somewhere different to spend summer, spring and fall, each year, for example. (Winter? I suggest the QE2 World Cruise.)
There are some drawbacks, however. Some terrible, terrible, drawbacks, as one tri-home owner found out.
"Sometimes I just lose it when I go to get dressed for work, and a shirt I want to wear is in another house," Mr. Rodriguez said.
I know, doesn’t that just suck?
Complete article: Vacation Homes: The Third Home Comes Within Reach – by Melinda Blau, The New York Times