Multigen & Dual Living Homes
Multigen & Dual Living households can be a great option for all ages. Family and non-family members share a home with separate living space. This reduces the cost of buying and owning a home for many generaitons. But even or those who can afford their own home, it provides a rewarding lifestyle to share a household with aging loved ones.
Although many young adults are part of this dual living population, seniors are becoming a larger percentage of multigen households. And the benefits are clear - it far outweighs institutional or assisted living. As a result, fewer seniors are now living alone than in 1990s. Plus, separate living quarters can always be a great asset in a home for future rental income.
If you are looking for a multigen home, you should give us a call to help with your search. With over a decade of personal experience in a multigen household, we specialize in this field. Our multigen homes are located on acreage or large lots. They have "elbow room for the soul", which provides lots of room & privacy. We even have a special search set up to help you find the perfect home - separate living quarters, great amenities, and lots of room for privacy.
How to Spot the Opportunity
We will often see homes that, at first glance, might not appear to be suitable because there are no separate quarters - our was like that. But, if you know how to navigate the city and county codes, you can remodel to accommodate family members. We have that experience as well, so we know how to identify those "hidden gem" opportunities.
If you are looking for a multigen home, it's important to know the market.
Multigen & Dual Living Homes - February Market Report
*Note: Averages are for homes priced $350,000 and above, and does not include a spectacular $18,500,000 165-acre multigen property in Woodland, WA)
Multigen Sellers: Call us for a free consultation on your home's value. We are specialists in this field, and we have buyers ready to move!