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Once upon a time, being a property owner was fairly simple and straightforward and held the promise of a certain degree of autonomy. In the case of residential property, owners sought a pleasant and safe place in which to raise their families and live their lives in peace. But that was then. Today's homes come attached to a development of some kind, are anything but simple and straightforward, more often than not are neither safe nor pleasant places to be and the promise of autonomy is nowhere to be found. But are there any benefits at all to this newfangled notion of homeownership?

On The Commons with me this week is Taffy Rice. Taffy and her family are Georgia property owners who, unlike many foreclosure stories we hear about, had the property they owned in common sold. And that is the only the beginning - and the only statement that is simple about this case. Please join us On The Commons this Saturday. We'll talk to this extraordinary wife and mother of three young children, get the facts and details about the case, learn about the brick walls she and her husband ran into when they sought to protect their property and their rights. And we'll learn what they are doing to make sure this doesn't happen again. You'll be inspired by their pluck so you won't want to miss this one.  Download Taffy Rice

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