I was primary caregiver for our Alzheimer mother for six years. My siblings were abusive and neglectful to mom and myself. We put mom into a nursing home exactly one year ago today after I gave a month's notice and quit my full time mom and house slave job. The Power of Attorney sister has been dragging her feet fixing up mom's house so it can be rented. They ignored the plumbers warning/advice and let the whole lower floor get flooded with sewage when the broken pipe backed up. Anyway, the place is ready now and Power of Attorney sister has just sent an email out to me and my two other sisters saying that she wants to rent mom's six bedroom, three bathroom single family home in San Francisco out to two of the adult grandchildren for $2500 per month. The house would easily get $5000 per month. Of course, the sisters whose kids they are all for it and were in on the plan. I said no, that the twenty-something kids need to get two other room mates and the house needs to go for market value. Mom's care is $8500 per month. Is this even legal of my Power of Attorney sister to be gifting two of the grandkids low rent while my mom's estate is operating at a loss? Mom is in great shape except for the Alzheimers and could easily live another ten years. These sisters or grandkids almost never go visit unless it's a big FaceBook posing picture day, then they are all over it. Also, I would like to see mom's rental income go to providing her with a personal attendant in the home a few days a week so she isn't sitting there with bed head, black food under her nails, a soaked diaper and food encrusted jumper. This is killing me. I thought I got away from their abuse. One good friend says just leave it alone and walk away completely for my own mental and physical health. He says it's just ego and anger and jealousy that is not letting me see how happy the two grandkids will be. Mom has has eight other grandkids, by the way, and I'm sure eyebrows will be raised once they are old enough to figure out whats going on. Any advice on what to do? Thank you!