Xayahs self credit builders are a bit like Lego bricks, and like Lego, the pieces are all made by the Xayas builders themselves.
But this time they are building their own home, not for the money, but to build for themselves.
To build this home, Xayha will have to spend more than $15,000, but that is just for the materials, and he is hoping to make a profit from the construction.
Xayaha has a small business, which he uses to pay for the work, and the materials are often cheap and easily available.
Xays self credit can be purchased with a deposit of up to $150.
But he is not happy with the amount he is spending, and in the end he may not even make enough to pay the bills.
“The amount I am paying is not worth it, but I can’t stop it,” he said.
“My wife and I have been married for almost seven years and we are expecting a baby, so I am not going to spend the money to have our first child.
In order to help make ends meet, Xays family has set up a fund to help with the construction costs. “
This is the first time I have gone through this kind of situation, and I think I will never go through it again.”
In order to help make ends meet, Xays family has set up a fund to help with the construction costs.
“It is just something that I want to do to help myself, and my wife, because I want them to be happy, but also for my daughter and for my son, because they need a roof over their head and they are the ones who are going to be looking after us,” he explained.
He said he hopes that the fund will be used to help pay for his son’s medical treatment and to provide a place to stay for his family during the construction process.
The fund will also cover the cost of paying for his daughter to attend the Xays high school.
“I want them [the family] to be able to look after each other.
I want my daughter to get her education, so that she can get an education,” he added.
“But if she cannot get her degree, she is going to have to go back to her home country, which is not good for her.”
The money Xayayah is paying out will help to pay his daughter’s medical expenses.
“Now, it is a small amount, but it will help a lot.
I am a very simple person, so if I make more, I can pay for my own medical treatment,” he revealed.
The Xayata family is looking forward to their construction project.
“We want to get out of our home, so we are very happy, we are looking forward,” he laughed.
“Our daughter has been looking forward for a while now.
Now that she has been in school, she wants to go to the university and get her bachelor’s degree, so it is good for our family,” he continued.
“Because we are going in the same direction, it will not be bad for us.”
The construction of Xayash’s house was funded by the Foundation for Xayawas Home Ownership, which supports the construction of affordable homes in the communities in which Xayase and Xayhas home was located.
Xrayah has set a goal of building a new home for his children, and his wife, Xeyah, is also keen to build one for her children.
“For Xayachas family, this is their dream home, but if we cannot finish our dream home in time, we will have a house to sell, so the next generation will have their own dream home,” he noted.
The family is also planning on building a small shed for Xays children, as well as a new garage for Xrayahs own car. “
In the next few years, I am looking forward because we are trying to do it for Xeyash, because he is so happy,” he concluded.
The family is also planning on building a small shed for Xays children, as well as a new garage for Xrayahs own car.
Xaidah said that the whole family is grateful for the support they have received from the Xaidas Foundation and their community.
“They have given me a lot of motivation.
I have worked so hard to get here, so now I want people to know that I am happy.
And we are happy, and we will do it, we just need the money,” he reflected.
“Xayah has been my husband, and now we want to give him a better future, and to build a house, and build a family,” Xayalas wife Xayyah said.