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The North Carolina Real Estate Commission reports that fair housing laws do allow reasonable restriction as to the maximum occupancy allowed in a housing unit. This does not extend to dictating how many children may sleep in one room or prohibiting opposite gender siblings from sharing a bedroom. The general recommendation is two people per.

Once the children have reached the age of 10, they have to be given their own rooms if they are of the opposite sex. But in case the children are of the same sex, sharing a room up to 20 years of age is permitted by the law. After 20, every person is treated as an adult and must have an individual room.

Mar 06, 2013 · There’s rarely anything about my life that’s hip (as evidenced by my use of “hip”). But the rise in sibling roommate situations has The New York Times calling it a growing trend. My brother recently moved into my apartment, so looks like I’m not alone in bunking up with kin.Author: Tara Bellucci.

They can connect us with senior appropriate housing (private pay and subsidized), facilities, rec centers and daycare, in home care, insurances and the list goes on. It was a most pleasant eye-opener. One of my friends was lamenting how his wife takes care of her mother 24 x 7 while the siblings do nothing.