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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by SaggyWoman, Apr 22, 2008.
What is yours?
I live in a parsonage.
I moved in with my sister and my niece last year after my hubby died.
I live in an RV. I can't say I own it; the bank does. I simply pay them for the privilege to live here. If I miss my payments, I would find out very quickly how much I don't own it.
I voted "I own a home". Like Jon-Marc, the bank owns "my" home.
We own a home. We were blessed a few years ago with being able to pay off the mortgage so that we could continue to live here. LOL Now the taxes are another thing....
Parsonage dweller...i have rented and owned in the past though.
I said "own something else" because technically what we have is a townhome.
Parsonage or Pastorium. Which is it?
Luckily I get a housing allowance so the house is in my name...
living in da parsonage too
Kind of a scandalous situation here. I moved in to a house with our church's preschool Sunday School director a while back. She and I live together. Pretty scandalous for a Baptist, huh?
oh yeah...we bought our house 10 years after getting married. :laugh:
I voted "I own a home". But until the mortgage is paid off, technically my building society owns it.
We always called it parsonage. Pastorium sounds like a fancy term for where the cows graze.
Parsonage here. It's interesting, having 30 different landlords at once. . .
"Parsonage", like "vicarage", tends to be used here for the home of a clergyman of the Church of England. A baptist pastor is very unlikely to be called a parson or vicar, but his home is normally referred to, not as a "pastorage" or "pastorium" but as the "manse".
I had to vote other, because I could only choose one.
We own a house,along the the bank, but until it is repaired from the fire we are living in an apartment where the rent is paid by my homeowners insurance.