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The billionaire has decided to give their homes for the homeless

March 23 2007
21:26

Japanese multimillionaire Gensiro Kawamoto decided to distribute their luxury homes in Hawaii for the homeless. The first homeless, who entered the luxurious villa of a Japanese construction magnate, became a resident of Hawaii Dori Ann Cajal and her five daughters.

The plans of the Japanese multi pass homeless Native Hawaiian seven of their luxury homes, each worth several million dollars. The poor homeless families from the indigenous population will not pay for the house rent on their shoulders will bear only paying utility bills, reports Associated Press.

According Gensiro Kawamoto, who is among the richest people in Japan, a total he intends to send a gratuitous use homeless people, eight of its 22 homes in Hawaii. The poor inhabitants of the islands will be able to live there for ten years. As explained by Japanese multimillionaire, the transfer of Native Hawaiian housing will bring them more benefits than just money. When asked whether he worried about the possible loss of their money, Gensiro Kawamoto laughed and said: "For me, this is pocket money."

Convey to the family of Cajal house is worth about five million dollars, which is the average price of housing in an exclusive area in which it is located. According to experts, this is a modest house for the area, says the Telegraph.

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