Multigenerational Homes.

Choosing to merge generations under one roof reflects a number of changes, some cultural and some financial. According to advocacy group Generations United, which says the 51.4 million Americans who now live in multigenerational households represents a 10% increase since 2007. Some families need physical distance between them to get along. Others manage to coexist peacefully under the sameContinue reading “Multigenerational Homes.”