I'd say 25. Unless, you were in some hectically difficult university course that took up all of your time. Like medicine perhaps.
I inherited the house I live in when my uncle die. So technically.. my family lives with me
Although im only 18.
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- 22-07-2009 13:18
- 22-07-2009 13:26
i think there is no age limit
but once u move out
try not to move back in
and dont wait till u get married to do the job
- 22-07-2009 16:05
I want to be completely out by 22/23 but I think anything under 25 is acceptable
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- 22-07-2009 16:37
What do you all think of people who can afford to move out, but choose to stay at home so they can save up to get a deposit on a house?
For me, buying a house is not happening in the foreseeable future so I'd rather live independently than be working and living at home and suddenly find myself in my late twenties or early thirties having never made an attempt to live independently.
- 22-07-2009 16:42
When department for work and pensions send your's, your mum's and your dads letters in 1 envelope to save on postage..
- 22-07-2009 17:44
Well, after uni I plan to share a house with some friends as soon as is possible. I'd say at 23 you wanna be looking at moving out for sure and after 25 it would be weird. I mean a lot of people are married at that age.
- 22-07-2009 18:09
When its appropriate/feasible. I've just graduated and have a job starting in September for a year after which I need to do a postgrad course. In an ideal world I'd do my postgrad at UCL but I wouldn't mind moving back home for it just to make money issues a bit easier. Not sure I can afford to pay rent plus fees and living costs for a postgrad without living with my parents.