Have to wait or wait for it
“They had both noticed the looks of politely maintained blankness on their friends’ faces as they saw their apartment for the first time (the room with its two narrow twin beds—“Like something out of a Victorian asylum” was how Willem had described it to Jude—had gotten the most comments), but neither of them minded: it was theirs, and they had a two-year lease, and no one could take it away from them. Here, they would even be able to save a little money, and what did they need more space for, anyway?
Of course, they both craved beauty, but that would have to wait. Or rather, they would have to wait for it.”
_______Two options: one, "have to wait"; "have to wait for it". How to distinguish?
_____maybe useful information: later they become the couple.