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Hi, I am wondering if anyone in the Denver area is in the same boat.
My husband and I have been married for two years coming up June 9th! That makes me happy.
All this time, we have rented a condo with the hopes of buying. We have some money saved up, and we would get help from our families, but...we have looked on and off the last few months, and everything we like--even modest homes--seem to be getting more and more expensive. I am starting to get really discouraged, but I know that we will find something when the time is right for us--even if that means we wait 1-2 more years and save an even bigger down payment.
The catch here is that our lease will be up soon. I know the owner of our unit is going to sell in the next few months. We are considering the following options:
1. Living with my parents, who we both love (but let's face it: living with family can be tricky even in the best circumstances.) Has anyone done this as a temporary measure to save extra money?
2. Renting a house (expensive!)
3. Renting an apartment in a more suburban area to save money
Anyone know of great and inexpensive apartments/housing in the Denver-meto area?
Any ideas would be much appreciated.