The Washington Post reports about the rise in multigenerational living, noting:

Like many adults in their 30s accustomed to their independence, Tasha Hart had no intention of staying long when she moved into her parents’ house in Newport News, Va., after separating from her husband.But two years later, she and her two children are still there — and will be for the foreseeable future, although perhaps not “for life,” as her mother predicts, hopefully.

See more at Coming home in your 30s: Young adults drive rise in multi-generational living – The Washington Post.

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.