Live with parents, boomerang kids on the rise

Real Estate Agent with CDPE, Nicholas H. Fingelly Real Estate

Live with your Parents, Boomerang Kids is a hot topic lately with all of the multigenerational families sharing living space due to the economic situation the nation faces. In other cases parents living with adult children is important. If your adult children are thinking of living at home, setting down the ground rules and converting your floorplan to accommodate your boomerang kids with help keep the peace, add value to your home, and ensure that your home remains saleable.

Whether you are currently thinking converting your existing space to accomodate your boomerang kids or your parents living with their adult children, you should consider the cost benefit of converting versus selling your existing home and finding a turn key house with an inlaw apartment.

Here is an example of a Trumbull home for sale with a house plan with an an inlaw apartment. This home is already set up for Boomerang Kids to live with your parents, including a suite with separate entrance, full kitchen and bath, and a shared family room: See House with inlaw apartment in Trumbull


Boomerang Kids, Live with parents in this Trumbull Home with Inlaw Apartment


If you want to live with parents or are a parent interested in learning more about homes in Trumbull that facilitate living with your adult children whether they are boomerang kids or not, check out




Comments (2)

Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573
Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker

Years ago, like the Waltons, under one rural farm house roof, three generations shared the space, duties, responsibilities. Not granny flats, in laws and outlaw family pads are being built in unfinished attics, in walk out daylight cellars to share the space. Economical, makes family closer or ready to throttle someone too.

Dec 06, 2011 02:59 AM
Michelle Gibson
Hansen Real Estate Group Inc. - Wellington, FL

John - I'm seeing this more and more and more, in some cases the kids are never even moving out.

Dec 14, 2011 01:00 AM