I’ve been so positively anti-home ownership for the longest time. I write about how it’s a thing your parents tell you to do with no understanding of today’s reality or how I’d rather buy a good mattress instead. I’m so anti-house, I laugh at those spending hundreds of thousands on dinky properties within the city.
Until I fell for one.
Continue reading “We Bought a House (Almost)”
A very late update – but I’ve been ultra-busy. New job, new hobbies (I blame you free Xbox I won from work!) have kept me away from reflecting on my finances. Bad, eh?
In January, I spent $1869.07 for a savings rate of 73.36% with a net worth gain of $12,707.28. Yes – that’s absolutely huge, but a lot of it has to with the recovering markets after a tough December, not to mention my new job’s generous compensation package which includes all sorts of frills like stock incentives, RRSP match, etc.
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