Popular Option: Approx 20% of the population today live in multi-key, multi-generational households that include two or more adult generations or both grandparents & grandchildren.
Extra Income: Having additional adults at home, particularly grandparents, helps parents with minding young children allowing the mother time to earn an extra income.
Bonds Strengthened: When three generations live together, children have fewer behavioural and emotional problems & grandparent’s residing with their children and grandchildren, relieves loneliness & enriches their daily lives.
Opportunity To Save: The rent and utilities are considerably less per person than if they live apart, further providing the opportunity for each person to save a deposit for their own home.
Single Person Ownership: Other families may board or pay rent for the live-in-studio or studios.
Rent To Buy: A son or daughter and their partner may also enter into a rent to buy agreement from an ageing parent.
Family Ownership: All of the adult members may purchase the house. The additional adults with their combined financial assets & incomes significantly increase the chances of having finance approved.
Home Share: Home Share enables two unrelated people to share their lives for their mutual benefit. A home sharer provides support and companionship to a householder in exchange for free or low-cost accommodation.
Company Share: Each shareholder holds the percentage share of their area use of the house.
Build On Existing Land: The ‘Multi-Key’ design provides the Government & social agencies with the perfect opportunity to build on piles a relocatable sustainable, healthy housing alternative.
Provides Job Opportunities: The factory-produced component built multi-key house with onsite assembly by unskilled labour offers job opportunities with both huge material and labour savings.
Meet The Desperate Need: For short term and permanent accommodation in locations with health and living facilities can now for all ages be met at minimum cost for the tax-payer.