My in-laws have boundary issues BIG TIME. They live far enough away that when they come to visit, they stay with us for a few days, up to a week or more. They completely take over our house, and don't treat my husband with the respect deserved a man who works hard, takes care of his family, and generally has his ducks in a row (we own our home, both cars are paid off, and lead a modest life, but they act as though he is still a teenager and constantly let him know that he isn't good enough).
So, the current issue is this. FIL mentioned to my DH that when we loaned him our car during a visit early last year, he took the opportunity of having our keys to go and have a master key made that will open his house, my SIL's house, and OUR house. We never offered him a key, and he didn't ask our permission to get one made or even tell us that he'd done so until nearly a year later.
I feel like this is really... I dunno. For one, I find it very rude and presumptuous to have a key made for someone's house without being offered one or even asking, and there really isn't any reason why he would need one. They live far away, so it isn't like we'd be calling them in an emergency situation, and because we have a keypad on our garage door, if we need someone to get into our house we just give them the code.
I feel like it's just one more overbearing step, and to me this crosses the line. You don't own the home, and you weren't given a key, so no, you shouldn't have a key.
Am I overreacting? We were debating changing our locks anyway (new front door assembly), and this makes me feel like doing it sooner rather than later, but I don't know if I would bring it up to him.