More than 3 million people in the U.S. are homeshippers, and according to research from Pew Research Center, just over a third of homeshipper households have no children.
But that’s just a small fraction of all homeshitter households, as the U., U.K. and other countries continue to see the growth of homes and the increasing number of people who own them.
“Homeshippers are a niche group,” says Jennifer Lee, director of research at the Pew Research Group.
“They’re not a large, broad group that would become a majority.”
But for many, there’s an uneasy peace in knowing that there’s something out there for them. “I don