Why not double-nesters?

Brief by Allen Best

Housing Trends – March 2006 – Colorado Central Magazine

Ski town newspapers are rife with stories about second- home owners or, to use the grammatical solecism, second homeowners. Either way, a primary is asserted when, in fact, the distinction is blurring. Owners are spending as much time in one home as the other.

A headline for a story in the New York Times about this blurring phenomenon suggests a different, more neutral phrase: double nesters. And another word: splitters.

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