Anyone else living with there parents at an older age? I’m 30 and moved back in with my parents almost a year ago.

Anyone else living with there parents at an older age?

I’m 30 and moved back in with my parents almost a year ago. I’m doing the best I have ever done financially but it’s really starting to get one me that I might be a loser. I keep thinking why move out and rent at 2k+ a month when I can pay my parent 500 and bank the rest for a house someday. I’m a ca fag btw so 2k is literally an apartment

  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah man I'm 28, moved back in a couple years ago to go back to school and get that degree, times are fucked up for everyone so don't worry too much about that feeling of like UGHHH I'm so old and still with mom and dad cause lots of people are rn, as long as you're doing something to improve your situation and maybe get the house someday when economic situation improves

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      thanks anon, i needed to hear this.

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The sad part is it will take me about 4 years to save 60k so I can buy a house with 20 down somewhere cheaper. 4 more years of living at my parents. Maybe 2.5 years if I hustle

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I cannot stand living with my parents, they're perma-boomers who don't respect privacy, can't cook, and argue with each other once a day because they try to have a conversation from opposite sides of the house.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      kek, the shouting across the house trying to have a conversation is relatable.

      https://i.imgur.com/B0yeJiJ.png

      Anyone else living with there parents at an older age?

      I’m 30 and moved back in with my parents almost a year ago. I’m doing the best I have ever done financially but it’s really starting to get one me that I might be a loser. I keep thinking why move out and rent at 2k+ a month when I can pay my parent 500 and bank the rest for a house someday. I’m a ca fag btw so 2k is literally an apartment

      I'm 24 so a bit younger than most in this thread but i still live at home and will do for a few more years at least. They encourage me to stay to build up my finances. Have even said when i buy a property i can let it out and move back in. t. eternal virgin coomer.

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    im 30 and live with my parents and all my old high school friends fuck with me about it but i got 500k in the bank and theyre broke. if i keep living with my parents i will prob have enough to retire by 35-40 or sooner if theres another crypto bullrun. there's 0 reason to move out unless u wanna get married or something. i work from home and if i moved out it would just be me alone staring at a computer screen almost every day anyways

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Anyone else living with there parents at an older age?
    Yeah me, 33, but I'm chronically depressed so that's not my fault

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      it IS your responsibility though, anon. I hope you can improve your mental health by embracing Christ our Lord and Savior

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    31, make really good money but live with parents I work in the desert half the time. Sti feels meh

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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    >Seperate from parents at 24
    >young and retarded, live pretty much paycheck to paycheck for ten years, but never acquire any debt nor hardly any capital
    >learn about money and realise this is retarded, go live with parents rent free
    >gather as much money as I can (about £40k) and with an early inheritance cash buy a £160k flat
    >continue living with parents, let out flat because living it in is still too stupidly expensive

    With frugal living costs at about £300 a month and £800+ passive, I don't need to be a wagey, but I still work anyway since I genuinely enjoy it. More satisfying is that I can walk to work, so with zero increased costs from working I keep everything I earn.

    Currently 37. Quite happy with my current life. Looking forward to the recession; hoping to pick up a second and maybe third place so I can eventually move out with comfort.

    I feel zero shame in the currently economic climate. It's simply common sense. Those who live according to the needs of nature will be rich, those who live according to the opinions of others shall be poor.

  8. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Yes yes yes!
    t. Small landlord

  9. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Anyone else living with there parents at an older age?
    >I’m 30 and moved back in with my parents almost a year ago. I’m doing the best I have ever done financially but it’s really starting to get one me that I might be a loser. I keep thinking why move out and rent at 2k+ a month when I can pay my parent 500 and bank the rest for a house someday. I’m a ca fag btw so 2k is literally an apartment
    I'm 30, live with parents, don't give a shit about what society wants from me, my parents love to have me around, my grand mother also lives with us. I save a ton o cash that i would waste on rent. Dating is harder when living with parents, but i don't want to marry and have kids, whenever i have urges i go with an escort, like once or twice a month, it's way cheaper than a wife, and i actually get two fucks a month, instead of 1 or 2 a year like most married dudes... Also i can choose the women i'm fucking, and never have to fuck the same women twice, i still return a couple of times if i really like one escort...

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      sad

  10. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I'm 31 and have my own house. On the surface I'll tell someone to their face that "it's a tough economy" and they shouldn't feel ashamed for living with their parents over 25 years old.

    Internally I've already decided you're a fucking loser and aren't really worth my time outside of the only introduction we'll ever have.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I’m 27 and moved back in with my parents recently after getting a WFH job. i have a gf who also lives with her parents and we go back and forth and get privacy so no problem with dating. i save a fuck ton of money and all my other friends say how jealous they are that i save on rent and can use extra money for investments and fun. only reason i don’t want to splurge for a house now besides the obvious market reasons is that I’m still young. I have that risk tolerance to where I should be throwing all my money into attempts to make it. Why blow potential investment capital on an expense that is, for now, unnecessary. i have a well-statured job, make six figs, and I’m charming and good looking/fit. nothing anyone says to me if negative would kill my confidence. anyone i meet who is an actual adult expresses agreement that living with family is the right move financially if you don’t have a family of your own and can logistically do if with your job.

      then you have people like
      whom make me question if they’re larping their age, because any grown ass man who really uses living at home as a criterion to judge someone as a loser either is a loser themselves and only has a home as their “redeeming quality” or they simply do not have a supportive family unit to benefit the same.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not larping. I use it as a metric of success and good life choices. Unless you're taking care of parents or affected by a disability, you should have your own place by my age. Yes, you are a loser.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Houses are 600k in my city. My wage this year is 70k. I can’t justify buying a house because it’s way too much of my income. Renting is 2k for an apartment so 24k a year post tax to rent seems equally bad.

          End goal is move to Midwest with 100k saved and buy a decent house that’s around 300-350. Those 350k homes would cost a million where I’m at

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        No use in arguing with an anon like that. Pick your battles, fren.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

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      34 here, moved back with parents after losing my job to coofid vax mandates and couldn't be happier. I agree that I am a total loser and I'm fine with that, i dont feel the need to impress others that i can live all by myself like a big boy.

  11. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >2016
    Those percentages have definitely increased a good amount since then with covid, inflation, and more people doing wfh. The way housing prices and rent are now, I don't see anything wrong with moving back home assuming you're helping out your parents too and not being a freeloading neet.
    You'll still be considered a loser to some people, but if you willingly put yourself in debt solely to appease those people then you are a retard and deserve to be a debtslave

  12. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >a loser
    Society is collapsing and people who own their own houses under 35 definitely have rich parents or live in the ghetto.

  13. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    My parents are too busy vacationing all over the world and buying fancy cars and stuff. Meanwhile I'm poor. But according to their philosophy, this will make me stronger in the end. I just got married too. It's at least easier to do with a life partner.

  14. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Moved out at 19 after high school. Only lived with them a couple of months inbetween moving countries/universities. Currently among the top 10% earners where I live. I am 30 now and could never move back to my parents unless something extreme happens. Would rather not be saving anything than lose my independence and privacy.

    Also if you live with your parents at age 30 you are an instant loser in my eyes and I wont respect you no matter what. The "save rent" argument is really only valid until you are in your mid 20s.

  15. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Im 25, graduated uni, have $100k saved. No rent, no kids. Just spend my money on misc stuff. Stay at home mother cooks and the house is paid for. Once I marry my fiancee I'll just move in with her as she owns her home. Strong families dont fall for the rent cuck at 18 years old with minimum wage meme.

  16. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I’m a boomerang, lived on my own for 6 years and then moved back in with my parents after losing my job. I would like to move out again, but the money I’m saving is crazy so I think I might save for a house down payment. I could live on my own if I wanted to, but I don’t see the need now. I rushed into moving out at a young age so I never saved any real money.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I did the same but I went in debt 10k with loans and a credit card before I threw in the towel. Ran the numbers multiple times and there was no way of not going negative every paycheck

  17. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    im jealous of anons that have friendly relations with their parents and can live comfortably with them while saving, i'd do it if i could. but im 30 and renting my own place.

  18. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    tbqh given this shitpit of an economy, it's nothing to be ashamed of

  19. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I was renting in NYC until covid then moved back with parents. The few times ive gone back to the city its been shitty, they make you wear a mask and show a fake VAX pass everywhere you go.

    Whether roommates or parents if privacy is ever an issue the solution is the same, you jack off with the door open so they leave you alone.

  20. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    28M Just lost my roommate all my bills just doubled I don't wanna struggle like that, heavily considering moving in with my parents and stacking cash for a while and maybe go to some sort of school too

  21. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Don't have that option sadly.
    I'm just going to accept the fact that I'll be struggling and poor the rest of my life.

  22. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Im 27 and i live at my moms, my gf lives here too. Pretty based

  23. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

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    No one that lives with their parents wears a tie.

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