Ross says he can't afford a house — but his mate Cam has bought several properties and reckons it's easier than people make out. If there's one subject chefs Cam and Ross just can't see eye-to-eye on, it's smashed avocado. And he wants his mate Ross to look past the negativity. People have been saying that since before I bought my first house.
But they are merely signs at an off-ramp now, with the Hume bypassing everything for the entirety of its route.That page will be updated as needed throughout the Melbourne Construction Project.Keep Your Academic Journey on Course If you're an A. student who plans to transfer into a bachelor's program, check our Transfer GPS coursework plans to be sure you're covering the right prerequisites.🏠💰Cam thinks that if people want to buy a house badly enough, they just need to sacrifice more. Ross: In the long term, if you go with the bank for 30 years at the end you're paying about ,000 more if you can't afford putting 20 per cent on the deposit. But the fact that you're sitting here saying you need 0,000 and you need 20 per cent [deposit], that means that you've been misinformed.He bought his first property at 21 and now owns three, including his home in Melbourne's outer suburbs. Cam: But your house by then should be worth half a million more. Cam: If that means that you're just eating basic food, cooking at home every night, not going out, not drinking, not buying a new car, not going to concerts, not going to the footy every weekend. I was trying to save up money but at the end of the day, how much I save is about ,000 and that wouldn't actually build up the savings to actually go in the market and buy.