WHEN it comes to buying your first home, it may feel near impossible – but knowing some simple tips may help when it comes to needing that little extra push. 

And one influencer on TikTok has shown us exactly how she managed to do it by the age of 22. 

The homeowner, who goes by the name of nenashy24 on TikTok, regularly speaks to her 18k followers about some life time ticks and tricks she has learnt. 

Sharing her video, nenashy24 who has worked in at least five jobs throughout her life, captioned it: “Don’t be afraid to work!” 

Dancing to music, she explains in the video that she started working at the age of 13, and even earned £17k from donating her eggs when she was 19 years old. 

In subtitles on the video, she then wrote: “At 13, I did whatever I could to earn money.


“At 19, I donated my eggs to pay for college.

“At 22, I bought my first house.

“I’ve worked in aviation, refinished furniture, helped launch Uber/Lyft in my city, hosted for Airbnb, worked on my family’s food truck, 

“At 30, I bought my second home.

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“At 35, I officially became debt-free.

“So when someone tells me I'm privileged, no it’s called hard work and discipline.”

In another video shared to her followers, the influencer also explained that she work holidays, weekends, did lots of overtime but missed a lot of her children's first moments.

But then she explained that it was all worth it, by writing: "I am now financially able to go part time and spend more time with my babies."

She is the third eldest of ten children, and her parents worked a lot to make ends meet.

She says: "Though I loved my childhood, I grew up fast because I had to take care of my younger siblings.

"I hated it growing up, but now that I'm older I'm so thankful for it because I'm such an independent person now. "

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