AOL's Real Estate blog wrote earlier this week about the national rise in so-called "multigenerational households."
Currently 16 percent of Americans share their home with at least three generations of family members, says the article quoting the Pew Data Center.
Experts say the recent economic downturn has pushed folks back into living patterns that pre-date World War II, when 25 percent of Americans lived with generations of family members.
The article also notes that one survey found 23.4 percent of Latino households and 25.9 are currently multigenerational.
That's significantly higher than the U.S. overall.
The Pew study attributes that to a rising immigrant population and the stronger family values of Asian and Latino cultures.
TELL US: Do you live in a multigenerational household? Do you think there are cultural differences in attitudes about living with family members from different generations?