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Anonymous

Asked on 18 Aug 2020

Is it weird to think that my future husband and I should live with my parents/in-laws so that we do not need to get a house and we can save a huge sum of money from that for investing/savings?

Is it strange to have this kind of thought? Or maybe we would still purchase a house but rent it out for passive income and continue to stay with my parents/in-laws.

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Hey Anon!

That’s actually a great thought! It’s definitely not strange, just a matter of personal preference and family dynamics.

Most people nowadays probably wouldn’t even consider staying with their parents/in-laws because they want their own space and freedom.

But choosing to stay with parents/in-laws not only helps you save a sum (to invest as well), but you guys get to look after one another as well!

The older generation tend to prefer the house to be ‘rowdy’, they get lonely after their children move out. This way, you and your husband get to look after your parents/in-laws physical and mental well-being as well.

And if you guys choose to have kids, your parents can help look after them too. This not only helps you physically and financially, but might also help your kids pick up their mother tongue more easily and forge stronger family bonds as well.

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Jesslyn

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Answered on 09 Jan 2021

No right no wrong, depends whether you can live with your inlaws in peace. I always hear people say live with inlaws will have tension, but i believe doesn't apply to all families also

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Updated on 09 Jan 2021

Purchase house then rent out. Live with parent/in-law can help u take care kid, money save in childc...

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