Hi! Welcome to my open house. I just want to let you know my client already accepted an offer."
Wow, that property was only on the market for 3 days...
"I'll never find my first home," my client said. "I might just live at home...forever."
Interestingly, did you know that 60.6 million Americans live in multigenerational households? According to this research:
- Nearly 1 in 5 Americans live in a multigenerational household.
- Asians are more likely than any other racial or ethnic group to live in a multigenerational household.
- The most common type of multigenerational household two adult generations, such as parents and their adult children.
With Oahu's median single family home price hovering around the $800,000 mark, living at home is the only option for many. Even though it's the not most ideal situation, living at home could help a prospective home buyer save for a larger down payment and to pay down his or her debt.
For millennials...just a thought. Rather than purchasing your first home, maybe the strategy is to build an extension to your parents home. What do you think?
Source: HiCentral.com, The Pew Research Center.
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