Some age-restricted communities don't bend for broken families

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Inman Connect New York | January 29 - February 1, 2019

At six months old, Kimberly Broffman faced eviction.

It wasn’t because her grandparents couldn’t afford the home where she lived — they were current on the mortgage. And it had nothing to do with her mother’s run-ins with the law; she was welcome to stay, too. The only persona non grata was the infant, and she had to leave soon.