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Carrick on money: To save for a house, they lived in a tent Add to ...

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To save for a house, they lived in a tent
A newlywed couple in Iowa saved $10,000 (U.S.) for a downpayment on a house after living in a tent for seven months. They plan to pay off their mortgage in six years.

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