Jaquira loves to watch her daughters play hide-and-go-seek in their new home.
Their cramped apartment didn’t have good hiding spots, not to mention, the complex was overrun with ants, illegal drug activity, and “too much negative energy”. On top of that, more than 30% of her paycheck was going toward rent.
She's been in her energy-efficient four-bedroom, two-bathroom house with an affordable mortgage for seven months now.
“I just keep smiling,” the pharmacy technician, business student, and single mother said.