Live with Parents, Children, or just buy a tiny house

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Living with parents, adult children or buy a Tiny House!

I was reading two interesting articles.  One was multi-generational living article from Bankrate.com and the other are these tiny houses mentioned in Inside Business The Hampton Roads Business Journal

Homes with In law Suites is a viable option

Immigrating to this country and living in New York City, my family had a period of time when we did live in a multi-generational style with grandparents.

It was sometimes the necessity. This picture on the  left is an example of a house with a design that invites the In-laws with an in ground pool and hot tub, perhaps the parents aren't so stressful. 

Now (many years later), that we are empty nesters my wife and I are trying to enjoy a single generation, us! However, I do think that multi-generational living may still appear again for us.

This picture on the right is a home for sale with an in ground pool and paved patio for low maintenance and stress reduced lifestyle and has a third floor in-law suite, which may be perfect for that college grad that moves back home. I personally feel you should have an outlet for stress and a place to get away for some alone time.

 

Tiny Home may be the way to go for a simpler life

The smallest house I ever rented was about 778 sq ft. It was just me and my expectant wife. Now, as I am middle age, I always think of where will visitors stay or sleep, where do we entertain or dine with friends.

 

The Marie Colvin

 

Tiny home and new construction? On the other hand by a piece of land, build your own and be out of true debt in a few years? Seems ideal. This house for model home is from a company called Four Lights Tiny House Company . This is just one of several models they offer.

 

Saving money in Real Estate

Two distinct lifestyles to improve the enjoyments of life more while saving money. What do you all think and how many of you considering one of those two choices???

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Houses that are conducive to multi-generational living will become more popular. "Aging in place" support systems means more families will be looking for homes that will comfortably accommodate aging parents.

 

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