How I’m Buying A House At 21| Tips & Tricks

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Ashley H
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20 Responses to How I’m Buying A House At 21| Tips & Tricks

  1. TheGalactica2001

    I found that moving overseas is a great motivation for decluttering stuff ๐Ÿ˜Š

  2. Lindy Curtis

    Do you have an instagram?

  3. Ruby Sanchez

    How can you save money with all the stuff you buy?? ๐Ÿ˜’

  4. icecastles7

    This is SOOOO HELPFUL! Im on my way to meet with a mortgage consultant st my bank this week to see what i qualify for. My credit is in the 700s and i hope i get preapproved for a good enoygh loan. Ive been saving and km readyfor a home. Ive been paying 850 for rent each month and feel like im wadting my money. Time to get moving on the house process! โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜€

  5. Mayuri Jaini

    Hey Ashley, do you think you can do a video on how you started your Youtube career and tips you would give to small Youtube Influencers? I have been saving money since 16 and I'm 20 now (for four years I've been saving an entire paycheck every single month) but I don't have as much as I should since I made so little and also pay for tuition and rent and other expenses. So I'm more interested at listening to your Youtube journey since having a higher income compared to other people in your age group definitely helped. Thanks so much for your videos you're so sweet and relatable! Lots of love from Texas <3

  6. Amber MaryAnne

    I can't wait to move out living with family that is so wasteful is so stressful ๐Ÿ™Œ

  7. azkaland

    7:15 literally me the last 2 times I moved, never again

  8. Amber Greer

    great video. I love your finance videos. I've found that decluttering clothes, shower products, and more makes my room and bathroom more spacious. Plus, when I sell the items or give them away to friends and family, I feel better about myself and I make some extra cash for the essentials that I need, such as saving up for items that I need, like a new computer. I plan to buy a new computer around Christmas time. I give clothes and products away that I haven't worn in a year, worn that often, or are brand new but haven't been used in a year orย two,ย and I feel good that somebody will make use out of them when I either sell them or give them away.

  9. Geeky Chic

    Having a good real estate agent is sooooo important, especially as a first time home buyer. Ours walked us through everything, including how to get preapproved and how to pay our earnest money and down payment, etc etc. Definitely important.

  10. Jim USAF ret

    Hi Ashley…I am so curious how you have gotten so wise at such a younger age, about so many subjects,ย since it has been my experience that a lot of younger people are no where near as informed as you, even into their mid to late 20's? I keep reminding myself that you are just 21, since you are very articulate, and that seems pretty uncommon in a lot of younger people these days. I believe your parents must be great roll models and teachers, to get you so far a head of so many, at your age! No offense to any of the younger viewers…if the shoe doesn't fit, don't wear it! ;o)

  11. funnyduck236

    Does credit sesame work for Canadians? I'm trying to add my address and it only gives states as a option, no provinces

  12. Shawna G

    I am beyond excited for this series <3

  13. Diego Lopez

    Buying a house isn't all people make it out to be.

  14. Kazeem Badrudeen

    Edmonton is not a small town

  15. Stella Foster

    With you on the decluttering bandwagon! I am trying to move out in the next few months and have been saving forever!! Getting a new job for me is the key

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  17. Ellen Anderson

    Congrats! I bought a house as a single 24yo and I'm so glad I did! Always look for a financial adviser that is fee based not based on commission and you probably want to seek advice from someone who isn't actually responsible for any of your money, just looking at your portfolio and helping you plan. Also, a lot of people advocate paying off your mortgage early but surprisingly that's not always the best financial move. Look at how much interest your invested savings are earning versus the interest you're paying on your mortgage. If you're earning higher interest on your investments than you're paying on your mortgage, you should just pay the monthly minimum on the mortgage and put your extra income into your investments. (Now I appreciate that my dad made me listen to financial radio shows in the car on Saturday mornings as a kid. lol)

  18. Gloria Madeline

    Omg congrats! ๐Ÿ˜Š

  19. Danidecaf

    Wait have you used credit sesame? Because I was gonna check it out, but it only lets you select states so it's not for Canadians??? Loved the video though! ๐Ÿ™‚

  20. Ron Mazur

    Hope furniture and appliances and lawn equipment is in your budget