Today, many people are sharing spaces with roommates further into their careers or even as empty nesters — not because they need to for financial reasons — but because they want the benefits of a community built-in to their housing.

Co-living no longer means living with your parents at age 40 or shacking up with your best friends right out of college.

Today, many people are sharing spaces with roommates further into their careers or even as empty nesters — not because they need to for financial reasons — but because they want the benefits of a community built into their housing.

How will this trend change the real estate landscape?

Brad Hargreaves, founder and CEO of Common, and Drew Oetting, founding partner at 8VC, share their insights.

 

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