Your Guide to Surviving Multi-Generational Housing

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Are you part of the "sandwich generation," i.e., living with both older parents and adult children?

If your family is preparing for a multi-generational home complete with grandparents, boomerang children (adult children aged 25-34 who have returned home--almost one-quarter of this age group fall into this category), or even both, then you may want to consider some steps to helping preserve your sanity. Consider this list your personal survival guide!

While there are many benefits, both financial and personal, to a multi-generational living arrangement, prepare yourself for the challenges that arise: 

  • Financial concerns
  • Divvying up daily responsibilities
  • Learning to live together again after time apart

Download your Guide to Surviving Multi-Generational Housing now!

Guide to Surviving Multi-Generational Housing