Something I learned: most people, especially landowning people know about the bundle of legal rights.
RENTERS HAVE CERTAIN RIGHTS TOO. We have no rights of OWNERSHIP, but we renters have interest in the property. Almost like an easement gives the right to cross, we have the right to use the landowners property, making him/her subservient to us for a determined amount of time and under certain agreed-to circumstances, but unlike most easements, we pay for it. Another thing I learned: rent is so often close to the amount you’d pay for a mortgage that it really is cheaper to pour that money into a property that will give you a return when you sell it than dumping it down the rental drain never to see it again. Even if you sell for the purchase price, you're getting the money back. May as well rent from a bank, then you'll at least be close to ownership. At this point in time, without disclosing my savings account balance, I can make an uneducated guess that I would qualify for a loan on a $75,000 purchase. That would get me a nice trailer, and a bit of land to put it on. That's why this renter rents; this renter's mom gets cold, and mobile homes do not help with that.
TRY THE RENT VS OWN CALCULATOR