King County empty nesters live with 200,000 empty bedrooms

King County’s surging number of empty nesters — people over 50 living in homes with no children or extended family — adds up to lots of empty bedrooms. Could the estimated 200,000 bedrooms with no one sleeping in them help alleviate the county’s housing shortage?

from The Seattle Times Real Estate – The Seattle Times

Posted on December 16, 2016 at 6:29 pm
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