The house I have right now is actually the most beautiful house I’ve ever seen.
I love it, but the price tag is going to keep going up, especially if I’m living in California for a while.
I know that I’ll be able to pay the mortgage, pay my bills, and pay my utilities with my own money and my own savings.
So if I get out of this debt, I’ll pay off the mortgage in two years, or maybe two and a half, depending on my financial situation.
I don’t want to be stuck with this house forever, so I’m going to try to save up for a down payment on a home.
I can save a little more if I take out a home equity line of credit.
But if I want to buy a home, I want the money I saved up.
And when I can, I’m really looking forward to getting it, and then maybe even buying it when I am in my mid-40s.
But for now, I just want to do what I can to make sure I can afford a home when I’m older.
The American Conservative article The Home Buyer’s Guide to Retirement: $3,000 to $5,000 a Month for the First Three Years