Young Adults Living with Parents by State

BY  ON MARCH 14, 2024

Recent analysis from the NAHB’s Eye on Housing reveals young adults living with their parents, by state and percentage. Click here to read more.

Interestingly, they do point out that young adults ages 25-34 continued their post-pandemic trend of moving out of parental homes with the share of those living with parents or parents-in-law dropping to 19.1% in 2022.  However as the chart below shows, the South & coastal areas seem to have the highest share of young adults living at home.

“…data reveals substantial differences across states, with the Southern and Northeastern states registering some of the highest shares of young adults remaining in parental homes…”

Click here to read more at the NAHB’s Eye on Housing.

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  • Hamza Ashfaq
    published this page in Updates 2024-06-11 05:02:16 -0600