It’s usually really difficult to purchase a new house. There may be no issues at all or there may be issues of any size. Let’s imagine that the unexpected is just around the corner and we need to find a means to cope with it as best we can, from the neighbors, to noise, to the things to mend in the house, etc.

The protagonist of this tale discovered herself in an odd and strange circumstance. The woman had to cope with a few unexpected tenants as soon as she settled into her new house. Let’s investigate what occurred together:

A surprise was waiting for Lisa Kurtz when she moved into her new home in Phoenix, Arizona, which she had purchased. The woman was unaware that the previous owner had allowed two homeless persons to stay on the porch of the house while it was being renovated in exchange for them keeping an eye on the property while it was being built. The two had continued to reside on the porch after the renovations were complete, and Lisa had to deal with this peculiar circumstance because they had done so without considering the ownership shift.

What could be done, then? Should she let these unlucky folks stay in this area of her home or evict them? Lisa was unable to respond right away because this was a difficult decision. In an interview, the woman said, “I knew that taking them away would mean that they would be sleeping beneath a bridge and that is not ideal in the summer, given the temperatures.” She went on: “They eventually received my approval to remain, and they were treated like respectable tenants. They had to settle for staying on the porch because we don’t have a spare room, but they have the house keys and are welcome to use the kitchen, toilet, and laundry facilities “.

In other words, Lisa has made the decision to show tremendous kindness and altruism. How many people would have done as she did and let two strangers live in their house? There are probably not many, but we are grateful that we occasionally come across tales like this one that inspire us and allow us to view the world with joy and hope.

The homeless and poor couple’s stay on Lisa’s porch meant a lot to them and, more importantly, offered them a means to feel “at home.” For Lisa, nothing has really altered; she has continued with her life and not too many things have changed.