By, Lisa Roberts
Some families require physical separation to get along. Others, even through generations, manage to cohabit peacefully under the same roof. They even prefer it. In reality, multigenerational living has been increasingly popular in recent years, and we'll go over the whys, benefits, drawbacks, and issues below.
What is multigenerational living?
According to the US Census Bureau, Multigenerational cohabitating is a living arrangement in which more than two adult generations live under the same roof. A multigenerational lifestyle is, for example, when you and your spouse choose to live in the same house as your parents. It's also a lovely way to save money after the pandemic by selling your previous home.
If you have a…