Is apartment living the answer?

Apartments at Hartwell Village in Seneca.

Raine Riley has been renting in Pendleton the last seven years.

Through Riley’s college years at Clemson University, she lived in a 600 square foot apartment. When she married her high school sweetheart on their spring break, they were in for a surprise just days after the wedding.

A pandemic flipped around their plans of living and put them in her small apartment for four months.

By July 2020, they found a 1,250 sq. ft. 3-bedroom house they could rent after an intense interviewing process including outlining their budgeting plans with the landlords.

Two years into marriage and now graduated, they are ready for a home to call their own. A home where monthly mortgage costs would be the same as their monthly rent of $1,350.

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