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COTTAGE, estates. A small dwelling house. See 1 Tho. Co. Litt. 216; Sheph. Touchst. 94; 2 Bouv. Inst. n. 1571, note.
     2. The grant of a cottage, it is said, passes a small dwelling-house, which has no land belonging to it. Shep. To. 94.

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STAY AT HOME: Coastal locations such as Padstow in Cornwall are the most popular among second-home buyers
Although second-home mortgage originations comprised only about 4 percent of overall mortgage market originations--with mortgage debt outstanding on second homes estimated to total $126 billion--second-home purchases are geographically concentrated in well-known vacation areas.
The Guber sale was a big deal, and it appears to have signaled a tectonic turning point in market perception (and it surely skews Aspen's second-home sales statistics) but it was but a single sale and, besides, not all extra homes are trophy homes, McMansions or starter castles.
Ray Jackson, the vice president of sales and marketing at Superstition Mountain, says he has seen the age of the second-home buyer drop from the early 60s to the late 40s or early 50s.
The district's luxury second-home and tourism-based economy has exhibited strong development to date.
Gaps in what we know about the scale, nature, and impact of second-home demand suggest that a more flexible approach is the right way forward.
The report will also acknowledge that second-home owners also contribute millions to the rural economy each year.
a) Clearer definitions of the differences between vacation homes and investment property largely account for revisions in sales totals for 2004 from data published last year in NAR's annual second-home buyer report.
According to some economists, in 2006 the baby boomers will shift their money from the stock market into real estate, causing a tremendous spike in the second-home market.
However, as a resort and second-home area, the district's tourism-based economy remains vulnerable to economic downturns, changes in vacation and recreational trends, and weather conditions.
David Lereah, NAR's chief economist, said earlier studies underestimated the number of second-home sales because a very small percentage of surveys mailed to second-home addresses were returned.