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Katelin Carter Multigenerational Living Essay Years ago, when Multigenerational living was first introduced it was very popular especially during the great depression. It was a cheaper alternative to the many stages of life that we go though. Living multigenerational meets all the needs that you have throughout your life without the need to change houses every 15 years. But, like all living situations there are pros and cons. Needs that need to be met by this type of living are, privacy, space, child care, accessibility and food. The first need that should be met by this housing style is privacy and making sure that everyone in the house has their own space. This is especially important if you have kid and teenagers. This can be a con because you need to make sure that their are enough rooms for everyone. This might mean expanding the house which can be expensive. But a pro is that more rooms can be added and make your house bigger and give you more space to do other things which can end up being good although its expensive.
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