Years ago Adam Miles was sure to get home ownership well and really reach.
After all, 30-year-old Sydney lived, one of the world's biggest real estate markets, and has recently acquired a life-saving lifestyle in the US.
But, nevertheless, after returning home, the savings started secretly, in one case, and, one day, they found an opportunity.
Mr Miles, director of the Porteño restaurant in Sydney, served on the same financial services business as Pure Finance, and one day he met with Brendan Dixon Managing Director and asked the company what he had done.
That way he got the goal of achieving his own home.
"When I walked, I said this is what I want and that is what I would like to do and" let me go with it, "said Mr Miles say news.com.au.
"At that time Uber also won a driver's license to earn cash, and they told me that my dad would save money."
Mr Miles, who earns about $ 90,000, went to three auctions only last July, a room in Dulwich Hill, one flat, in the western part of Sydney, in July 580,000.
He had a deposit of about $ 30,000, and he took him two and a half years to save him, and he borrowed the rest.
He said he has used four main strategies for dreaming: Second job to maximize the rent, extra work and second saving of home rent, with the help of professionals to facilitate the process and help parents. the guarantee of his loan.
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"Four years ago, I went to work, work and travel to Mexico, but I wanted to return to Australia for about a year, to set up a bit of roots," he said.
"I thought I'd buy and save a house, but I could not take it seriously.
"I worked in the warehouse for the days, I kept the night at the restaurant and I kept as much as possible."
Mr Miles said at that time he was approaching banks to discuss his financial position, but he found "nightmare" with confiscated information and many closed doors.
But after buying his property with the help of Mr. Dixon, he said he was shocked at how "easy" the process was.
"The breath of fresh air has been as independent as a 30-year-old man," he said.
"I was honest I was renting sick, and it's good to know something I appreciate a little bit in a few years.
"It's amazing to get out of my house at night. It felt so realistic and not so tactile that people did not know Sydney, but you have to work your butt and get short-term sacrifices for a better profit."
Mr Miles said he was saving more than $ 1 a week earlier – or his salary was around 80 percent – he built his deposit.
As he worked for long hours, he was tempted to win the hard work.
Mr Miles intends to raise a family one day, and said the financial track he believed to be included in the real estate market.
"I have a much older age than my elders and my family is still renting," he said.
"You do not get me wrong, my place is not in the palace, but in the last ten months I have been able to pay my refunds without giving my permission."
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