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While it's expanded to include people of all ages, Let's Share Housing's clientele still skews older.
Saturday's attendees were motivated by a combination of interests: communal living and companionship, leaving a smaller environmental footprint, and – as all Portland renters know – financial worries.
Those with a place to offer were identified by an image of a house.Extra support is also part of a similar program through Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon.This fall, the nonprofit plans to launch Metro Home Share, a new iteration of a shared housing program they ran for 29 years.Fiasca's business began as a way for aging baby boomers to find affordable housing and companionship."Because I come from the senior industry, I see this as a new model in aging," said Fiasca, who previously managed an adult foster care home.