Purchasing a house as a farmworker
I chose the subject as I believe it is an important issue for Farm Workers. Having personally experienced the purchasing of a house as a Farm Worker, I believe I am well acquainted with this subject . While living in employment provided housing (Tied Accommodation) a house might not seem important but the opportunity to purchase a house presents itself. Buying a house is one of the biggest investments most people will make. It will involve planning, making a financial commitment and it may involve sacrifices but it will be a commitment for the future. In this Project, I intend to outline how a Farm Worker purchases a house while living in Tied Accommodation. To ascertain what Farm Workers are doing about home ownership, I sent a Survey to 100 Farm Workers in the Wairarapa. The results are included in this Project. Finally, I have compiled a Phamplet using the information obtained from the Survey. I hope the Phamplet will be of some benefit to Farm Workers and aid them in their decision to purchase a house.... [Show full abstract]
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