One person mocked an Argentine who went to live in Norway and the response (at the height) of the young man was seen by tens of thousands of people on TikTok.
"See if you can buy a house and then tell me! Hahahahahahaha," one user wrote. And, Ramiro Raxione, 22, made a video explaining what are the necessary conditions to acquire a house in the European country.
"It is possible to buy a house in Norway as an immigrant. Here you have the option to apply for a mortgage. The remarkable thing about this mortgage is that it has the same cost as a rental. Instead of spending money on rent, you would be investing in your own home," Rami says in the video.
One user made fun of him for real estate possibilities. Photo: TikTok screenshot @ramiraxione
He adds: "They can last between 15 and 20 years. It can be a little more depending on the kind of house you want. To enter a mortgage you have to have a percentage of the value of the house that is usually 10%".
Raxione emigrated to the Nordic country a few weeks ago and uses his TikTok account to showcase his experiences in the Nordic country.
In closing, Rami recommended, "Everything is possible with effort."
Raxione assures that "Everything is possible with effort." Photo: TikTok screenshot @ramiraxione
In just a few days, his video surpassed 80,<> views on TikTok.
Another viral video
In another clip – which has already surpassed one million views on TikTok – Rami responds to another person who laughed at him, but in this case for being a waiter.
"Traveling halfway around the world to be a waiter," one user wrote, to which Raxione replied, "Good day to me who tipped me $50 at a single table here in Norway."
Raxione works 6 hours a day in the Nordic country. Photo: TikTok screenshot @ramiraxione
"Being a waiter working 6 hours a day, 5 days a week you can earn in the month about 3000 dollars by taking out taxes, rent, food and adding the tips I forgot to say," he continued.
And he concluded: "You can save 1700 dollars and with those 1700 I can buy an iPhone 14 pro up to a tera, a Nikon camera, a macBook Air. The truth is that what in Argentina takes years to achieve in a month here you get. It's amazing and I'm very surprised."