You can buy a house for $20,000 in Seattle and you can pay off your student loan in 30 days.
That’s according to the Seattle Center for Housing Policy, which recently published an analysis that shows the average student loan payment in the city is $24,569.
The average student loans payment in Los Angeles is $28,988.
And the average payment in New York City is $31,639.
The Seattle Center is also the only non-profit in the state to have a $1 billion grant to help low-income students get a second chance at life.
The grant will fund $2.5 million in scholarships and grants to the community.
So far, it has helped more than 3,000 students.
The group plans to expand the program and add another 30 scholarships in coming years.
“We are just really thrilled with the support from the community and the state, and with the fact that we are able to help more people with their education and their skills than ever before,” said Kim Hill, the director of community development for the Seattle center.
“And I’m so proud of them.
It’s an amazing opportunity for us to help them be successful in life.”
For now, the Seattle students are working to figure out what they can do with their new home.
Hill said it will be difficult to find the right amount of space in the house.
They are also still learning about the city and the area and are hoping for some summer housing opportunities, which are still in the works.
They have yet to apply for a deed.
They plan to start working on the front and back lawns and are working on landscaping.
But Hill said she hopes they can figure out a way to make it work with their students and that they can stay on the neighborhood streets.
“There’s so many things that we can do in the neighborhood, and this is a very unique opportunity,” she said.
“This is going to be a really, really big deal.”