I think owning a home and being able to pay for that home and its upkeep would be the American Dream for me.
OR IT CAN BE THE AMERICAN NIGHTMARE................
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But let's face it, we all need a roof over our heads
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they key to home ownership is re-thinking it's concept - Rather than looking for what we want, look for what we can afford, clean, safe and an economical roof over our heads. Something we can pay off in less than 15 years. As you can see from my experience, we cannot count on our income. We also need to think of a vehicle as safe, reliable transportation, that we can afford - hopefully buy without any payments or payoff in less than one year.
by JamesPoppell2 years ago
With foreclosures on the rise again, is renting the new American dream?
by CWanamaker5 years ago
How has the American Dream changed over the past 100 years?
by sannyasinman7 years ago
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