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A fishball vendor has received considerable praise after revealing that he was able to build a two-story residence.
The ultimate dream of everybody appears to be owning a home. Having your own place, however, is not easy. Even if home loans are accessible in the country, applicants must have sufficient funds to apply.
However, despite the fact that it may appear to be an unachievable goal, a vendor wowed everyone when he displayed his two-story home. He paid for it with money he made selling fish balls on the streets.
On the Simple House in the Philippines Facebook page, Michael Gripal Relucio posted images of his house in the process of being built. Michael is a proud fishball vendor who will soon become a homeowner.
“Isa po akong fishball vendor,” he wrote. “Nagbunga po ang aking pinaghirapan. Konti na lang po matatapos na konti na lang po matatapos na,” Michael says.
The two-story house is the result of his hard work and patience, according to Michael. He’s almost finished with the house he’s building. From the lower level to the second floor, it appears to be composed of solid concrete in the photographs he posted. They also employed a few tiles as outside wall sidings to help with aesthetics.
It’s a helpful reminder that our success isn’t always determined by the type of work we have. What matters most of the time is how we use our profits to attain our objectives.