Hey, how’s it going? So we’re going to be talking about this multigenerational housing. Multiple generations for multiple different families. Right? So you have now families meshing that are having to live together in multiple generations. And so what we’ve looked at is three criteria that we think are going to be important, right? Affordability, accessibility and the ability to manage your space.
So affordability, make sure that, yes, you are going to have maybe two or three income earning households in this house, but make sure the house is affordable for all of you. And if one of you were to leave then it’s still affordable for the people that are staying there.
Accessibility, so if you have older people in your home, you can’t always have bedrooms on the second floor. You can’t always have these different types of added benefits, let’s say. You want to make sure that you have the accessibility for these older people to be able to move around their homes. You want wider hallways, bigger rooms. Definitely something to look for that way.
And then you want to make sure that your spaces are kind of arrangeable. Sometimes you’ll be working from home. Sometimes grandma will need a place to, you know, do her hobbies. Sometimes the kid will need a place to go play. And so you want to be able to have spaces for all of these people. And so it’s very important to think about what is it that your family needs, what’s going to fit for everybody financially and physically. And so we’ll bring you something next time and we hope you like this video.