Survey Finds the ‘Right Time’ to Move in Together

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(Courtesy: MGN Online)

Moving in together is usually considered a big step in a relationship, but the question is — when is the right time?

The Huffington Post cited a survey that determined most people (37 percent) think couples should be together six months to a year before cohabitating.

Seven percent said less than six months, 29 percent said more than one year, and 18 percent said wait until after marriage.

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