The Real Value of Homeownership
The following blog came across my desk today. It’s a great look at the true value we put in homeownership. What does owning your own home mean to you? What childhood memories do you treasure from your home growing up.
As a child growing up in South Carolina, I lived on a dead end street with several other kids my age and older. We would get lost in the woods at the end of the road for hours. My mother had this special way of calling me back at the end of the day. She would put her hands together and whistle. One whistle meant “be heading in.” If I waited too long and got the second whistle, I knew I had better hustle. I remember winter days when the power would go off and we would huddle around our Buck stove in the den with breakfast cooked on a camping stove.
I will forever be in awe of what my parents did for me growing up but I am especially grateful for a safe home and neighborhood where I could spread my wings.
The author of this blog conveys that same feeling of security and comfort that I felt growing up in a home in South Carolina.
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