Property taxes and interest are only deductible if you qualify to itemize deductions on your income tax. If you can't come up with enough deductions, you're out of luck. You could end up with the same standard deduction as the renter.
And don't forget that those are just deductions not credits, so you really only get to deduct a small percentage of those taxes and interest off what you owe to Uncle Sam.
yep. On our house we bought in 1997 we don't pay enough interest or property taxes even adding in our TT to itemize and haven't in several years. But we do love our low house payment for not upgrading houses.
Anyone staying with us in our TT can use the facilities for #1 or 2. The only time we limit is when the family is dry camping more than 4 days. Then we all try to use the camp bathroom during the day if possible so the DH doesn't have to move the TT to dump before we are ready to head home.
A few spring breaks ago we planned a 6 day trip in the TT to the Oregon coast knowing we would likely get rained on along with breaks with sun. Kids were 10 and 6. When it rained we walked the beach, sat under the awning around a camp fire, went into town to the candy shop, hung out in the trailer and swam in the indoor pool. Kids still talk about that trip and the fun they had.