How bad is it financially to do nothing with my first home and rent in a different state for a couple of years?

Due to work related reasons, I might have to move to a different state temporarily. However, I love my current home. It’s my first home, and I would like to avoid selling or renting it out (I’ve heard plenty of horror stories).

But assuming that I’m financially responsible and live within my means with a mortgage and a lease (at the new place), is this unheard of? I need a quick reality check from someone because I might not be understanding how dumb of a decision this might be.

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Due to work related reasons, I might have to move to a different state temporarily. However, I love my current home. It’s my first home, and I would like to avoid selling or renting it out (I’ve heard plenty of horror stories). But assuming that I’m financially responsible and live within my means with a mortgage and a lease (at the new place), is this unheard of? I need a quick reality check from someone because I might not be understanding how dumb of a decision this might be. submitted by /u/VillagerNumber2 [link] [comments]

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