Last year, my husband and I (and 3 kids) moved from an apartment and rented a house. 30 days after we moved in, the owner told us the house was going to foreclosure and we should move somewhere else soon. We instead invoked our right to stay until the lease was up, which will be the end of July. There's a new law that if you are renting a house and it goes to foreclosure, you can stay until your lease is up.
Now that it's near time to move, I've been looking at houses in our neighborhood because we don't want our daughter to switch schools again. But my husband wants us to move back into an apartment instead to save money so that we can hopefully BUY a house. Also the risk of foreclosure is small with apartments. I don't agree, I love having a house with a yard for the kids to play and don't want to move back into a closet. Apartment rent is not that much cheaper than house rent, a difference I am willing to pay.
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