J.Lo And Ben Affleck's New Home Proves That Love Does Cost A Thing

If 2022 has done one thing, it's shown us that Bennifer — a.k.a. the Y2K moniker for Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez's relationship — has been reimagined and renewed in this era's decade. After the duo famously dated back in 2002, they even got engaged, but it didn't last long. Affleck and Lopez called it quits in 2004.

The Hollywood couple started dating again back in mid-2021, soon after her split with baseball legend Alex "ARod" Rodriguez  –who she dated beginning in 2017, and was also engaged to. To fans' delight, Lopez and Affleck have been open about their rekindling romance to the public. When the two got hitched this year, Lopez didn't shy away from posting her post-marriage morning glow on Instagram

Now that the two have cemented their love, they're taking the next big step to solidify their family. And with Lopez's twins, Max and Emme, and Affleck's three children with ex-wife Jennifer Garner — Violet, Samuel, and Seraphina — the "Brady Bunch" of a family has big housing news. 

Ben Affleck and family are moving into Jennifer Lopez's pad amid housing hunt

The past year has been a milestone one for newlyweds Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez, according to their whirlwind of a relationship timeline via Us Weekly. Throughout their engagement period, the couple was on a prolonged search of finding their joint family home (via Hollywood Life). Now, TMZ reports that the search is over, and where they're headed to may surprise you.

The tabloid explained that Bennifer made the decision to all move into Lopez's Bel-Air estate — which is currently being remodeled. In the meantime, TMZ also reported that Affleck just sold his mansion in Palisades, California, for $30 million. 

While they await the upgraded, blended family-approved version of the Bel-Air home JLo has had since 2016, the couple reportedly moved into an impressive $60 million house that they're renting. 

You know what they say, or as Lopez famously sang back in 2001 – "Love Don't Cost a Thing."