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“It’s been chaos,” El Moussa told People magazine.
Young added: “It's been an interesting time, but we're making it work.”
According to the outlet, the couple -- who had been looking for a home together before the outbreak -- recently fell in love with a house, so El Moussa sold his Costa Mesa place.
However, the house needed some work so they backed out of the deal and then found a modern beach home to rent. El Moussa detailed how the movers took all the necessary precautions and all wore masks and gloves.
The Costa Mesa home was the first house he moved into after splitting from ex-wife Christina Anstead, whom he has two kids with, son Brayden James, 4, and daughter Taylor Reese, 9.
El Moussa admitted the home held a lot of memories but it was time to move on.
“This is our in-between house until we build or find the perfect house,” El Moussa explained. “But I mean, this is a super killer house. It's nicer than the house we were living in -- it's right by the water and kind of looks like a hotel.”
Young said they "made a lot of memories [there] in such a short amount of time.”
El Moussa added that the "Selling Sunset" star is focusing on making sure his kids feel at home in the beach house. “The biggest thing in the move is obviously making the kids feel comfortable, so Heather's been going above and beyond to make sure that happens."
“We're making the bedrooms very special for the kids and that's Heather's big goal right now," he added.
Young loves spending time with them and wants their relationship to grow. “We wanted them to feel involved. Especially Taylor, now that she's turning 10 soon, we wanted it to be a big girl room for her," she said.
When he ran into her again, she was single and accepted his second invitation. "It's early in the relationship and we're having a blast," he said. "She's just amazing and adorable and I'm just enjoying every second."