“Few years ago, I couldn’t afford to pay for a 1 bedroom apartment, now I’m a homeowner in America” – Lady writes after buying her first house in the US

January 5, 2021
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A Nigerian lady who works as a Nurse in the United States of America has taken to her social media page to celebrate after she purchased her first house.

According to the lady identified as Nurse Eva, she was able to achieve the feat through handwork and grace as she didn’t need to have a promiscuous lifestyle to survive.

Sharing the photos of her new crib, she wrote;

I bought my first House at the age of 26 in United State. Brand New house, first to Move in. 2020 construction completed in Nov 2020. No financial assistance, No co-signer, 💯 all ME and My God. 4 Bedroom 3bathroom.

Few years ago, I couldn’t afford to pay for a 1 bedroom apartment I lived in with my Younger siblings. I was almost evicted by my Landlord, was Always late on my bills and rent. Today AM A LANDLORD OF MY OWN. Am a Home Owner in America Babe🤩🥰

Not sure who needs to hear this… Don’t limit yourself, keep working, keep going, one day everything will work itself out. Your Current Situation is not your final destination.

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