Multigenerational Buying on the Rise

Prior to World War II, many extended families, lived together under one roof. And over the last few years, it has gained steam because of a number of factors – the pandemic and high housing costs among them.

Multigenerational Homes Popular in 2020

The National Association of Realtors reports that 18 percent of homebuyers between the ages of 41 and 65 bought a multi-generational home, which could house adult siblings, adult children, parents or grandparents under the same roof.