How to Manage Multigenerational Households

Multigenerational households (where two or more adult generations live together or include grandparents and grandchildren) are on the rise. Create a checklist of needs vs wants while looking at homes. Draft a family agreement which addresses how the family would pay for the home and related expenses including an “exit strategy” in the event a family member moves out. For the complete article, follow our link to the New York Times. What to Know Before Buying a Home With Your Parents By Claire Zulkey | New York Times For Diana Limongi, the practical benefits of sharing a two-family house in Continue Reading