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The post read: “Looking for a psychiatrist – caring for parents.” There were many comments with referrals. One comment said – “I think you need help – what can I do for you.”
Families have changed. Children moved away. Everyone works. Everyone is busy. As parents age, many folks think about combining households.
64 million Americans live in multi-generational households. 41% of Buyers are considering it.
Multi-generational living can be rewarding, but, also stressful. Here’s some things to consider:
It can be a precious time, filled with memories. Just make sure you know what to expect.
Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by Robyn Lewis-Oglesby, SRES, PRES, CLIPP, CASL. Robyn is a Realtor with K&R Home Transitions / Equity Colorado Real Estate and may be reached at 720-437-8210
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