Multigenerational living continues to trend upward. In fact, about 61 million Americans today are living in a multigenerational household. That’s up from 54 million in 2012 and more than double the number in 1980, according to the Pew Research Center.
In 1980, around 28 million Americans lived in multigenerational households, according to Pew Research. That number has since doubled, to around 57 million Americans, in the past 20+ years. Multigenerational homes are anything but uncommon in America and the great thing is, the housing market has been adapting to the trend, creating amenity-rich and expansive …