Man Who Had Lived as a Tenant for 12 Years Celebrates Finally Becoming a House Owner

Man Who Had Lived as a Tenant for 12 Years Celebrates Finally Becoming a House Owner

  • A man has taken to social media to announce joining the ranks of those who no longer have to pay house rents
  • Raymond Chisara who revealed he had lived in rented apartments for the past 12 years said the house was a prophecy he made years ago
  • Raymond admitted that he didn't know how it would happen when the statement was made but is excited it is now a reality

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A man has celebrated on social media as he finally moved into his own house.

Raymond Chisara shared his excitement on LinkedIn with a photo of him holding the keys to the apartment.

Man celebrates as he becomes landlord after 12 years of living as tenant
He said it was a dream turned reality Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Raymond Chisara
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Raymond stated that he had lived in a rented apartment for 12 years. The man recalled how he told people who visited him in the rented abode that he was going to be a house owner and now, it has happened.

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He wrote:

"The power of words. I have been a tenant for the past 12 years. Today I officially became a home owner. When people used to come to our place they would say, 'Is this your place?' and I would reply 'No it's not but when we move from here we will go to our place.'
"Honestly I didn't know how it would happen. Those were just words but today they were fulfilled. Trust God , trust the process. Eating the fruits of your mouth.Glory be to God. #motivation #inspiration #happiness #life."

Social media users celebrate him

Many people expressed joy at his achievement and sent him good thoughts as they celebrated his success.

Sugan Naidoo commented:

"Thats great, i am happy for you but dont loose sight on paying your new place off. Its not yours till the bank is paid off. Thats another scam, the bank takes so much of your money. You spend 10 years just paying interest off. Its a death trap.

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"If your place is fully paid off and yours, in that case, then brother, I am super super happy for you and a job well done. If it's not paid then my man, Try your level best to pay it off as fast as you can."

Glency Mutandwa said:

"Congrats....the good Lord will surely open more doors for you. Start thinking big and consider buying another house so that you become a landlord and that's how you start investment for your future. All the best."

Komane Matsepe wrote:

"Congratulations my brother. We must never stop dreaming and putting action into our dreams. Congratulations my brother and it is good news to become an Owner in this difficult times. Congratulations my brother."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a woman who once begged for a job on the street had built her own house.

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The woman named Ibubeleye said in a Facebook post that no man gave her the money to build the house as she made it big through the hard work of trading Bitcoin and Forex.

She added that she never used her body either, saying everything was made possible through the help of God.

A part of her Facebook post read:

"I Ibubeleye, built this house from start to finish with my own money. No man, no woman gave it to me, I didn't use my body, I used my skills, my brains and with encouragement from good friends and family and the grace of God, it was made possible..."

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