As long as we can remember, the idea of “home” has represented what it means to experience a healthy and fulfilled life in America. Home represented stability, it represented long-term prosperity, and it linked people together in a neighborhood community. Home was the safe harbor in our lives, it was the anchor to family life, and it was a personalized place where we grew our families, hosted friends, and expressed our most core values.
However, today, we are facing a new reality where home, and homeownership is being challenged in the most fundamental ways. From a financial perspective it’s more expensive than ever to build a home and less rewarding to own one. This financial strain is compounded by an emotional strain: loneliness.
From millennials to baby-boomers, today’s tech-connected lifestyles create a social media facade that suggest perfect lives, but in reality, we are more lonely than before.
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