Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Interview With A Caregiver

I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with a former employee of Hewlett Packard and ask him a few questions on his current housing situation. John is currently working as a caregiver for my father and owns a home in Fort Collins. I asked him what the housing market was like when he purchased his home 25 years ago and how he sees it changing. To simply put it, he believes that less is best. I questioned him on if he sees tiny homes as something that the younger generation should invest in. His answer was that because they are smaller, they are more affordable for people in their late twenties and early thirties because the price of big houses are skyrocketing. As stated earlier, the less material possession, the happier and more stable you will be.

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