Plan Well if You’re About to Become a Multigenerational Household
There are points to consider as you search for your new home if your family is part of the trend toward multigenerational housing.
Just in time for our upcoming evolution from quarantine, as we bemoan the social distancing that’s kept us from spending time with our extended families, comes a new ABC sitcom, Call Your Mother, starring Kyra Sedgwick.
In it, a woman in her late 40s moves across the country to become more involved in the lives of her adult children. Although she keeps her own apartment, it’s easy to imagine how more challenging financial circumstances would have them all living under one roof.
If that sounds familiar, it could be because your family’s part of a trend toward multigenerational housing. As noted by journalist Aimee Picchi in a recent USA Today column citing data from Generations United, there’s been a 10 percent increase in the number of extended families sharing homes since 2007.
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