By Rachel Bernstein
Two single mothers decided to move in under one roof with their kids during the pandemic so they could navigate post-divorce life with support from each other. See how they handled it.
- Two single moms in Maryland bought an $835,000 fourplex during the pandemic and moved in with their kids.
- The women support each other by sharing the burden of childcare and owning a home post-divorce.
- This house-sharing arrangement is known as a “mommune” — a commune for single mothers.
2 divorced moms went halves on an $835,000 house in Maryland and now refer to each other as platonic spouses. It’s part of the rising trend of ‘mommunes.’ https://t.co/QZeuwlWA9W
— Insider Real Estate (@ins_realestate) May 16, 2023