Despite an improving economy, multigenerational housing remains on the rise. Recent estimates suggest about 20-percent of the U.S. population lives with multiple generations under a single roof.
That’s according to analysis from the Pew Research Center, which looked at households including at least two adult generations, or grandparents with grandchildren under the age of 25. According to research, it’s a trend that currently transcends almost every racial group, age group and gender, although it appears to be a more common trend with Asian and Hispanic households. Both populations are currently growing in the United States.
One change that researchers have noticed is more young adults living in multigenerational households than before. Women are…
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