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Why in the US people are choosing to buy houses with close friends

Why in the US people are choosing to buy houses with close friends

Before, most people would never consider buying a house with a friend.

But that's changing, as many millennials and Gen Z are choosing to marry late or not at all, and a growing number are choosing not to have children.

Economic factors, such as high inflation, rising cost of living and low wages, are making saving for a home even more challenging.

Buying a home can be difficult, which is why married couples still make up the largest percentage of home buyers in the US and beyond, the Times writes.

But many people increasingly believe that sharing home ownership should not be limited by romantic relationships.

That's why more people in the US are choosing to buy a house with close friends.

The data supports the idea that buying a house with friends is becoming a real trend in the real estate market.