Boston multigenerational roommates

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A 25-year-old in Boston” pays just $700 in rent in exchange for helping her 64-year-old roommate . . . “

Multigenerational roommate relationships have become increasingly common, according to one report and one Stanford University study.

Programs at universities are facilitating these housing arrangements, as all parties are likely to experience both psychological and financial benefits.

Living with someone else’s grandma is sounding better and better . . .

Do you need to find a roommate in Boston?