NEW YORK (Reuters) – For John Bohnsack, it was a basic parental dilemma: Get a small, costly home in a high-quality college district, or pay much less and get extra home in a worse neighborhood.
The monetary planner, 34, and his spouse opted for the higher college district in Faculty Station, Texas, a college city that’s dwelling to Texas A&M. His two women, 5 and eight, are thriving.
“It comes right down to your values: Is it value it?” stated Bohnsack, who estimates their month-to-month fee is about 10% greater than it will be for comparable houses in lower-performing college districts close by.
The selection just isn’t a simple one, however it is not uncommon throughout…