Dad is declining, but is aware his grandson would like to buy the house. If he did, dad's great grandson would be the 6th generation to live on the property, so we're all kind of excited for that to happen! We are aware vacant properties cost more to insure, and fair market value in the inflated housing market may make the mortgage too large for grandson to afford. We didn't think until after we spoke with the attorney to ask if he could caretake the property until it needed to be sold, or if rent to own could be an option. We have enough cash to afford dad's first month of NH, and then hope he may qualify for Medicaid, using the sale of the house to repay that when he passes. We are not trying to hold on to money or inheritance, we want to keep family on the homestead. Any suggestions?