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Living With Parents: How Long Is Too Long?

When it comes to students moving back home after graduation, some parents put out the welcome mat and others turn off the lights and pretend nobody's home. According to a new survey, the appropriate amount of time for an adult child to live at home varies. Parents of millennials (those ages 18-to-34) believe living at home... Continue Reading »

Back to Living With Your Parents? 4 Ways to Ease Re-Entry

By Kate Rogers Mom and dad may have teared up after packing up and dropping their kid off at college, but many parents are finding themselves unpacking that same stuff four years later. The percentage of young adults living at home with their parents reached its highest level in nearly 40 years in 2012, according to the... Continue Reading »

Multigenerational Homes: Real Estate's Next Big Thing as More Families Share a Space

Being roommates with your parents after age 21 sounds like a nightmare for most, but Jessica Bruno wouldn't have it any other way. Bruno, a 40-year-old mom, wife and DIY blogger, lives with her 62-year-old parents, Connie and Fred, in their Sutton, Mass., home. Oh, and there's Bruno's husband, Tony, and their 6-year-old... Continue Reading »

Multigenerational Households Save $$$

Maria Slawson, a Cuban-American, and her Miami-born Anglo husband, Tim, live in a multigenerational household that includes Maria's parents and the couple's two sons, ages 13 and 22. Although multigenerational households are common among many immigrant cultures, the Slawson's current living arrangement grew out of economic... Continue Reading »

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