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Online JNM

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Re: Buying a House Right After Finishing University
« Reply #20 on: September 21, 2018, 07:06:54 PM »
Anyone can buy a house in SK.  But you need 30% up front and no help from the government.

There are lots of houses here as well.  But they are in the countryside.  And nobody wants to
live in the countryside.

Yes they all want to live in apartments and complain incessantly about noisy neighbors.
...because they like having jobs.

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Re: Buying a House Right After Finishing University
« Reply #21 on: September 22, 2018, 03:08:22 AM »
Anyone can buy a house in SK.  But you need 30% up front and no help from the government.

There are lots of houses here as well.  But they are in the countryside.  And nobody wants to
live in the countryside.

Yes they all want to live in apartments and complain incessantly about noisy neighbors.
...because they like having jobs.
There's the rub to country life.

Offline KimDuHan

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Re: Buying a House Right After Finishing University
« Reply #22 on: September 22, 2018, 04:33:13 AM »
Buying a a house right after university is a pipe dream.

The only way it's possible is if you have rich parents or saved up a lot of money before or during university by investing or working at a high paying job.

If you invested in a stock that went through the roof you may be able to afford a house but you needed original funds to buy stocks.

18-20 year olds just out of high school with normal middle class families will never be able to buy a house out of college or university. Student loans are a real burden and finding a job is a bigger burden. Most new graduates work at underpaying jobs that they are over qualified for.

The baby boomers won't retire and the new generation has more debt then ever.