While it's definitely a personal decision, make sure to consider these things before shacking up.
The "Best" Time To Get Married Many women feel pressured to get hitched by a certain age. Census Bureau numbers, the median age at first marriage is about 27 years old for women and 29 for men.
The verdict: Living together before marriage isn't a relationship death sentence, but it seems that waiting until you're at least 25 will increase your odds of a lasting relationship.
Other factors like being engaged or seeing this as a step towards marriage are also crucial signs to look for.
So what's the perfect age to pack up and move in with someone?
According to the National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) 2006-2010, women aged 25 to 29 are most likely to marry their live-in partners after three years.
Meanwhile, women under 24 are least likely to marry live-in partners and most likely to break up with them after three years.
These researchers say that all the previous data compared couples based on their age at marriage, meaning the couples who lived together first were younger when they made a big commitment.
Age aside, couples who date longer before marriage tend to have the most satisfying bonds, according to a 2006 study published in that tracked over 900 people who'd been married for three years or more.
(Meanwhile, married couples that dated for less than six months before marriage were the most likely to break up.) And despite what your nosy aunt may tell you, there are also some great benefits to delaying marriage into your thirties.
Putting off marriage until after you've received a college degree makes you less likely to divorce than less-educated couples, according to a 2013 study.
So it seems that marrying later in life—at least after college—may be beneficial.
It’s a mindset that seems to be taking Hollywood by storm, as other celebs have voiced their opinions about ditching the traditional relationship rules.