In the US increasingly, female boomers and older women — both bosom buddies and strangers — are moving in together as a way to save money and form a community. Conditions are ripe to make home sharing an option for many women. Four million women age 50-plus live in U.S. households.
Across the US, senior cohousing is turning into an increasingly popular option for baby boomers and older adults. This article examines the phenomenon.