When Adult Children Move Back Home

 

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According to a recent survey by the Pew Research Center in Washington D.C., it appears that about 13% of adult sons and daughters have been moving back home annually over the past few years.

There may be other factors involved, but the main reason for these kids moving back home is the economy. While the recession has touched Americans of all ages, it has been particularly hard on young adults. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, almost 16% of 20-to-24-year-olds are unemployed and according to Pew Research, a whopping 85% of college seniors had planned to move back home with their parents after graduation. That is a lot of college graduates moving back home and when kids do move back home, parents need to make more room.

Whether it be a media room, a hobby room, or an in-home office, once a child moves out, many parents have changed their home to suit their new lifestyle. So, when an adult child moves back home, changes again need to be made. It may be the perfect time to add another room on to your home, or it may even be time to add that second floor on to your home and really make it the home you always wanted. For whatever reason and whatever you decide, American Housing Remodeling, Inc., can accommodate your needs and desires. American Housing specializes in one and two story room addition, are FEMA specialists and have been building quality additions in the Tampa Bay area for over 15 years.

For more information on American Housing Remodeling and to learn more about the many types of projects we have dealt with over the years, simply go to the “Contact Us” page of our web site or even better, contact us at 727-546-6611 and talk to owner Paul Venuti for a free in-home consultation visit from him or one of our representatives.

 

 

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