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(Bloomberg Businessweek) — Peggy Malaspina, a resident of Charleston’s French Quarter neighborhood, is comfortable living among the hordes of tourists flocking to this charming South Carolina city of horse-drawn carriages, lush private courtyards, and 18th century churches. Every so often, she’ll spot someone peering into the windows of her home, assuming it’s a restaurant. If she’s feeling hospitable, she’ll invite them in to look around. “It comes with the territory,” Malaspina says.