The last time Australians returned their homes was to a house that had been in their family for generations.
The first time they returned to their own property was to the house they were renting at the time.
And now they are returning to it again.
They are trying to return to their beloved property, the house in the middle of a small town in NSW, and the people who live there.
And they are hoping they can reclaim the property that has been the home of their entire family for the past 50 years.
For two decades, they have lived in this house that was their mother’s house, their father’s house.
They had to buy the house at auction.
In 2015, the estate agent who had bought it, David Siew, bought it for $1.9 million.
And it has been sold to a group of Australian investors who plan to use it as a project for the development of a new house in NSW.
It is a historic house that has stood there for more than 50 years and is the oldest house in Australia, said the owner of the property, David Lachance.
It was the house that my grandfather lived in, the man who brought us all together, so I am just really proud of it.
So we have just got to take it back and get it back to its former glory, and just put it back on the market and see what happens, said Lachace.
David Siew bought the house for $8 million in 2014.
But the project is just starting, and he has to go through the paperwork to get it registered.
He is hoping to make it a house in Queensland.
The group of investors have plans to build a house and sell it to the Queensland government.
And then, they plan to sell the house back to their family.
David Lachage, owner of house he grew up in.
David says he hopes to buy back the house.
I don’t think we have a chance of keeping it if we just take it and just keep selling it.
It has been a struggle for David and his family, who have been struggling with health issues and debt for the last five years.
David has also had to make a lot of changes in his life, and to be honest, he has had to do a lot more work to stay financially stable.
But he is determined to get back to the way things were when he was a child, and that is to own a house.
David told ABC Radio NSW’s Breakfast program on Monday that his grandfather would have been proud of him and his ancestors, who are now gone.
I am a proud Australian, he said.
It all started when my grandfather came to Australia from the Philippines.
He came over to Australia and he bought a house there.
My grandfather had an old man and my grandfather was just a young lad.
My grandfather was working in a factory in Manila.
And then he was working at the factory for a year and a half and my grandpa bought a big house in Sydney.
So they were living there together and my great-grandpa was getting ready to go back to Manila.
So my great grandfather was looking for a place to live.
So I went down to the Sydney house and I bought the place and my uncle and uncle got me a mortgage and he paid me the money, so that was the end of that.
But when my great grandmother died I didn’t have the money.
I had to pay off all the debts, and so when my grandpappy died I needed to buy my house, so when he died he had to sell it and I had to go out and buy the whole house, David said.
But it was a struggle.
It took me a long time to find a mortgage for the house, but when I did find a place it was not very easy to get one.
So, I started to think that if I could just buy the property and I would be able to do it, and I could get the money in and out of the bank, then I could do it.
So, about a year later, my great aunt bought the property.
My great aunt was a widow.
My uncle was the man that had the money and so he sold the house to her, so they got married and my grandmother died.
It was just very difficult.
But I was very fortunate, because my great uncle was so proud of me and my grandparents and he told me he wanted me to buy this house and if I can do it it will be a good legacy for my great grandpa, he told David.
And so, I bought it and it was my dream.
It’s been a long struggle for my family.
For most of their lives, they had a very hard time.
They have suffered from health issues, and debt.
They were working and saving, but were just barely making ends meet.
But now they have the chance to be part of something bigger, David