Most women want a guy who is self sufficient. That said they also want a guy with potential. So basically, although living at home in your 30's is a negative, if you talk about your plan to get your own place and what you want to do with your life then they can often look past that if you present it all in a positive manner. I'm currently living with my parents having just turned 30 and it's because I need a huge deposit for a 2 bedroom apartment where I live. I estimate it will take me another year - 18 months depending on how much overtime I can do, I'm comfortable telling anyone this as I am confident in my plan and know that plenty of other people are in the same boat. Hell, I even know some pretty women my age still living at home because they either can't afford to move out or they keep falling for undependable men and end up having to move back to their parents. I also know a landlord who rents out rooms in large houses who says most of his renters are between 28 and 40. The younger ones are there because they can only afford to rent a bedroom and the older ones are there because of divorce in most cases. He said pre-2008 most renters were between 16 and 25, teens working their first job or young couples saving for a mortgage. The economic crash changed everything, it changed western culture totally and now people live at home as long as they can since property prices went up but wages went stagnant or even dropped in some industries. I just looked it up and the average age of a First Time Buyer where I live is 34. 84.4% of approved applicants are applying with a working partner too. I guess if I can do it at 31/32 as a single guy then that's actually pretty good for where I live.
TL;DR - As long as you have a realistic plan to get your own place and convey that plan well and with confidence then many women won't mind. Oh and BTW, whilst you still live at home learn how to do the household basics, get your parents to teach you if you have to. Learn to cook a few meals from scratch too, nothing too fancy, just something you like and would feel comfortable serving on a date.