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Full House: Rising Rents Mean 15 Roommates Isn’t That Weird Anymore | NBC News

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Thirty-somethings in big cities like San Francisco are turning to communal living, or co-living, to afford rents. Start-up founder Brent Schulkin finds his community with 15 roommates.
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Full House: Rising Rents Mean 15 Roommates Isn’t That Weird Anymore | NBC News

4 Comments
  1. Mike Buttfild says

    Boarding houses are coming back.

  2. Have a nice Dave says

    no thanks, but that's how Mexicans are able to afford housing in Los Angeles which forces out married couples with a family.

  3. K R says

    More illegals, that will solve the problem

  4. Kat says

    "No kids allowed" is the norm now because of masses of people like these. I call them city people.

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