In the past, moving in together meant two people were crazy about each other and just one step away from walking down the aisle.
Today, couples move in together because of their finances rather than their feelings.
In a new study, over a million couples admitted to moving in with their partners earlier than anticipated.
Some decided to share a home just a month after they started going out while one in 12 bought a property with their other-half within six months.
According to home insurance expert Gareth Lane: “Many people appear to be moving in with their partners sooner than they anticipated, helping with the costs of living and future financial plans.”
We know money is the driving force for a lot of things, but we didn’t think moving in together was be one of them.