We all have our own dream house, it may be a mansion or a simple bungalow type.
Sad to say, but most of the Filipinos spend their money renting a house for years. So it will be really a dream come true when those renters finally have their own house.
Just like this 26-year-old gasoline boy named Igue G. Verra who finally has his dream house slowly turning into reality.
He recently shared his inspiring dream house story on his social media. In a compilation video, it shows the sketch of Igue’s dreamhouse.
It consists of two bedrooms, one comfort toom, terrace, dining area, and kitchen.
And now, it finally began its construction! The house is soon to be finished but it was temporarily stopped because of the lockdown.
The property even has its security gate made in steel and its railings made with steel trousers.
According to a source, it took four construction worker to build the house.
Meanwhile, many were inspired by Igue’s story because even though his job is not that highly paid, he still manage to save money for his dream house.
Simple Dreamhouse ng isang gasoline boy
Posted by Advance Ako Mag Isip on Thursday, May 7, 2020