Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Khloé Kardashian & Tristan Thompson Want to Buy a New Home TogetherCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Couple News: Khloé Kardashian & Tristan Thompson Want to Buy a New Home Together

By Diana Iscenko

In the latest celebrity news, Khloé Kardashian and Tristan Thompson are searching for a new home together after the celebrity exes reunited during the pandemic. A source close to the pair told of their plans to live together after their breakup in February 2019: “Tristan wants to prove to Khloé that he has changed and wants to make this permanent with a family home.” The celebrity couple shares a two-year-old daughter, True.

In celebrity couple news, Khloé and Tristan are on such good terms again that they’re looking to buy a home together. What do you do if you and your partner disagree on the features you want in a home?

Cupid’s Advice:

When you and your partner are ready to move into a new place together, you’re likely excited about this next step in your relationship. Unfortunately, you might find out you and your partner can’t agree on what you want in a home. If you’re worried about making this compromise, Cupid has some advice for you:

1. Decide your must-haves: Both you and your partner should make separate lists of your must-haves for your new home. Compare lists afterward and find out what you agree on from the get-go. Use these features you already agree on as the foundation for your house search.

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2. Focus on your budget: Most couples have a hard time deciding on a budget. A good rule of thumb is your monthly payments should be less than 25% of your net pay. Going by this rule gives a more definite budget and can prevent you (or your partner) from wanting to get a home outside of this range.

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3. Lean on your realtor: Your real estate agent will be knowledgeable about the housing market in your area and should be able to give you and your partner impartial advice. They won’t be able to magically fix your disagreement, but they might be able to help you reach that compromise.

How do you reach a mutual understanding with your partner? Start a conversation in the comments below!