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07 February . 2020

Multigenerational Living Making a Comeback

That old adage of what's old is new again, may indeed be mirroring the 1950s where co-living with grandma and grandpa made family and financial sense. Today, more than 40 percent of home shoppers are including family members from another generation in their home search. This trend, which has been steadily increasing since the 1980s, doubled in the last four years alone. Inman News shares how the attitudes about housing are rapidly changing, as families look to accommodate elderly parents, adult children, or both. The other thing changing is adaptable housing that gives flexibility to families that may co-live. Floorplans designed for multigenerational living including separate entrances and dual master suites make the best of extended family living.