How I spent $2 million buying a house.
The first part is a simple one.
I bought it for $1.5 million.
I couldnt afford to replace the house, but I didnt care.
The second part was a lot more complicated.
After a couple years of renting the house and paying off my mortgage, I moved into a one-bedroom apartment in a different part of town.
It wasnt that great, but it wasnt bad either.
My new apartment had a nice view of the ocean, and I was able to go outside for exercise.
I paid off the mortgage, and after I had my first child, I took it out on my kids to see what they were doing, which they enjoyed.
I ended up paying $2,000 a month to rent the place, so I wasnt too shabby.
I went back to school and got a master’s degree in real estate.
Now I work as a real estate agent.
Ive been able to make money with my practice as well as earn some decent income, and the house has been paying off.
I love the town and I love Boston, and now that my wife and kids have moved out of state, I can finally live there without any fear of eviction.
The real problem is that, if I didnt do anything wrong, I wouldnt be in this situation right now.
I would be working as a professional and paying taxes, but at the same time, paying for a house that doesnt have a water meter or any other water service.
The water is fine, but the water company doesnt do anything about it.
They just pump it out.
I dont want to live in a place where my water bill is $30 a month, but thats the reality.