In this recap series of The Future Is Female conference 2017, we dive into one of the panels, A Look At How Millennials View Investing, Marriage & Housing “Sometimes, we think it is a must to move out once we get married, but it can work out beautifully if you don’t.”-Violet Lim, CEO of Lunch Actually Group Unlike most couples, Violet and her partner have lived with her in-laws for more than a decade. The arrangement complements her work schedule, especially in the first few years of her business. She reasoned that purchasing a BTO requires time to assess and it was not the best choice at the time when she was married. “Staying with your parents may lead to a lack of privacy, but it may also save you time and decrease your stress as your parents or in-laws can help you manage your crazy schedule!” she shared. On the other hand, home ownership allows more flexibility in your lifestyle and the way you raise your children. “When you’re a newly married couple, sometimes the context and environment matters. You will want your own place to create your own memories, sink your roots in. There is also the relationship […]
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