Soaring real estate prices and a precarious work reality for young people is changing the way that some families are choosing to live.
The Toronto Star recently released an article about a family of four who has chosen to re-invent their home to adapt to changing living conditions.
Recognizing that it would be impossible for their daughters to break into the real estate market, Karen and Kevin Krossing took advantage of the hot market to sell their East York home and purchase two condos for themselves and their daughters, Tess and Paige.
They are are downsizing from a four-bedroom detached home in order to provide their children with an affordable and reasonable living solution. In 10 years they hope to sell the condo to help their daughters get started in the housing market.
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