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{{{All I want is a place in the school district my grandson wants to go to. I don't want them to have a mortgage payment or pay rent.}}}

"For the near term, have you considered just paying their rent?"

vkg beat me to the punch.

"It is likely that rent would be less than the annual gift limit."

$14,000/12 = $1,166.66 month, less any other gifts to your daughter (including cash that you previously inquired about).

Regards, JAFO
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