Friday, August 30, 2013
More young adults live at home
Actually I don't mind the European model--my kid lives here--she likes it--she has her own entrance and chips in for food. She can also scoop me off the floor if I topple over.
Neil Shah, WSJ, Aug 28, 2013, says 13.6% of kids from 25 to 34 live with their parents--this is up from 13.4% in 2011.
Without that $700-$1000 rent payment, they can save money.
Also attitudes are changing. Lennar Homes even sells a NextGen house with a separate unit in it for offspring or parents.
Maybe things are just such a mess that people want to stick together. Who knows. I don't think it's so horrible--what do you think?