I live in a three bedroom house in a small town in southern Kentucky.
I have three kids, but my family is all grown up now.
I work full time, and have been renting since 2011.
This is the first time I have ever had to take a pay cut to get a place.
It is a small house and it’s in a nice neighborhood.
I love it.
But I am tired of living in this bubble of money.
I’m a green house, so I’m not going to let that stop me from owning a home.
What can I do to stay afloat?
What can I sell or buy?
I could sell a house.
I’m lucky enough to own a home in a town that has a lot of green space, so that’s a big plus.
I also have a lot in my savings account.
I could sell my home to pay off some of my bills and I could buy a small piece of land in another part of the country, which would be perfect for me.
I’ve done a lot with my savings.
I am a great student.
I don’t have a huge student loan debt and I can’t get it down.
But there is something about this situation that makes me sad.
I know the average price for a home is around $300,000.
I can afford that.
I just don’t want to be spending my hard-earned money on a place that I don and can’t afford to live in.
What is the best option?
I am going to do everything I can to buy my dream home, but I am going into this with a big, empty wallet.
I think that’s the best decision for me, even if it means selling my home.
I really don’t care what the prices are going to be, I just want a place to live.
The only way I can see it working out is if I can find a place near the coast where I can rent.
I would love to move out to California.
I grew up in California and have a beautiful backyard and my parents still live there.
They are really close to their hometown of San Diego.
It’s not that far, but it would be great to live there and have the space to get away and just have a big backyard with a boat.
What can you do to help me buy my place?
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