In this ever-changing economy, keeping the family together under one roof is a practical, mutually beneficial and adaptable solution. Many kids are leaving home at a later age as it takes them time to build up a deposit for their own home. Meanwhile, aging parents and grandparents prefer the comfort of home and family, combined with some level of independence, instead of care facilities.
There are many advantages to extended families living under one roof but some homes need a little help to be able to handle it. Don’t move. Remodel.
If there is a growing need for space and also some privacy, look at some home remodeling ideas for multi-generational living.
Finish the Basement
If your basement is currently an unfinished general space – or a “catch all” or “dumping ground” – remodel it to use it efficiently. Turn it into a suite with its own kitchen and bath, or make it a second den or even multiple