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‘I was homeless’: Wil Dasovich recalls ‘not owning anything,’ ‘sleeping on the ground’ in the past

Wil Dasovich is now ready to move out of his humble condo to a much bigger space.

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02/10/2021 11:54 AM
‘I was homeless’: Wil Dasovich recalls ‘not owning anything,’ ‘sleeping on the ground’ in the past
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YouTuber Wil Dasovich went on a trip down memory lane, recalling how he used to not have a home of his own as he goes on a search to buy a bigger, more expensive space. 

In his latest vlog, Wil said he considers his move to buy a new house as a form of investment.  


“It is finally time for me to level up and buy a house or condo. Something bigger and more spacious from where I currently live, plus it is also a good investment. Join me as I search for the perfect house that's right for me,” he wrote in the caption of his vlog. 

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The 29-year-old vlogger, who used to live in other people’s houses, shared how he would consider himself homeless in the past. 

“I remember when I was homeless, you know? Now, we’re buying a house, dude. I technically was homeless. I did not own anything. I was sleeping on the ground before. That was very temporary. And then I would sleep at my cousin’s house and my aunt and uncles. And then I met Sir Jako early on. And now, we’re buying a house five years later,” he said in his vlog. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Fellow vlogger Jako de Leon, who joined Wil in his vlog, said he’s happy that his friend has finally decided to invest in a property. 

“I know it is great. And I guess it’s also an investment. And we talk about this all the time. To be fair, Wil’s always been wanting to buy a property but always says like ‘Hey, you gotta save up, you picked the right one. You’re gonna use it for investing and all that,’” he said. 

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The San Francisco-raised vlogger said he would reveal his chosen house in his next vlog. 

Considered as one of the first YouTubers in the country, Wil has almost four million combined subscribers on his two YouTube channels.