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Might move soon. first time in 13 years. need advice.
Ok so for the past like ~13 years my brother and I have been living in the same place, a little trailer park. Well recently we got a letter saying the city is starting forclosure proceedings on the property because the owner of the park hasn't been paying property tax to the city.
We still need to get legal advice from an attorney about specifics but like, my brother and my names are not anywhere on the paperwork for this trailer or the lot, it's all my mom and her husband. My mom is saying that we should be able to basically just move and they will deal with the ramifications of the foreclosure and what not.
Well that brings me to the fact that well, I've not moved in 13 years and when I did I was just a teenager moving out because my mom's husband didn't want us in his house. So I have no experience with it.
I know our basic options would be an apartment or another trailer, a house is more than likely out of our price range for the foreseeable future given we are both on disability and have a limited income as it is. Though I am looking into part time work soonish.
I guess I'm just looking for general advice about how to look for apartments as I've never lived in one, though there are going to be challenges with that option given my brother's stimming is to run around the house very loudly.
And if we do get another trailer it's probably going to have to be in my name given I actually have credit (though admittedly not great credit but better than none) and I have no experience with mortgages or shopping for something like that. Though there is always the option of renting to own a cheaper older model trailer but we'd probably have many of the same issues we've had for years with this one like enormous heating bills and the like.