If you marry someone who has to move a lot for work, the idea can at first be exciting. There are a lot of places in the country—and world—you’ve always wanted to see, and your partner’s job may give you the opportunity to see those. Maybe his work will even cover the moving costs. Life is an adventure, after all, and you never believed that it would be predictable. You like to think that your relationship can handle every change life throws at it, like major financial adjustments, sick loved ones, sex droughts, and the whole slew of troubles every couple faces when they’ve been together for a long time. But the nomadic lifestyle is a very unique one, and it’s not a lifestyle that every relationship is built to survive. Or, at the very least, you may just survive, but not thrive. Here is how moving a lot for his work can affect your relationship.
You can’t really buy property because you’ll never live somewhere long enough to build equity on the place. Unless you’re fortunate enough to have enough to buy a house in full, without needing a loan, there’s not really any point in buying a house. You’ll be perpetual renters.