second-homer

second-homer

n
a person who owns another house in addition to their main home, often in an area where they are not native and used as a holiday home
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They're the second-homers, widely accused of damaging local communities by simultaneously buying up the most attractive houses at prices that 'real' locals can't afford and then leaving them empty for much of the year.
Fisherman Duncan Bray, 45, from St Ives, Cornwall, said: "Hopefully the locals will be able to buy back into their community when the second-homers go.
Second-homers are having a similar impact on the French market, with prices in the southern Languedoc Roussillon area soaring by 28 per cent in 2003.