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Want Free Avocado Toast for a Year? No Prob, Just Buy This House for $600,000
Save yourself a whole lot of guacamole with 12 months of complimentary toast.
If you’ve ever bought a house you know it’s a nightmare. Inspections, appraisals, realty fees—not to mention those open houses where they spray that air freshener that smells like cookies which makes it impossible to focus on the dimensions of the breakfast nook because you’re too busy fantasizing about chocolate chips.
(But we digress.)
Now, however, one real estate agency in Australia thinks they’ve found a way to make going through all that pain and paperwork worth it: free avocado toast.
A whole freakin’ year’s worth.
We're not sure what the current going rate for avocados is in Australia, but if it falls victim to shortages like some of our other favorite foods have, then it seems safe to say this deal is only going to go up in value.
But before you start hunting for your passport and booking flights to Queensland, here are a few of the important details you should know:
- Purchasing a home gets you 12 months of avocado toast
- What that really means is you get one order of avocado toast per weekend
- The toast can come from your choice of several local cafés
- Couples purchasing homes get two orders of toast per weekend
- No, this is not a joke
- No, really, this is a real thing
Several homes are up for sale with the avocado toast bonus, including this three-bedroom, two-bath townhouse that's listed at nearly $600,000.
There are no rules in real estate, but this is definitely one of the more bizarre offerings we’ve seen when it comes to luring homebuyers to a property. Still, while it may seem like a joke or an unorthodox publicity grab on the surface, it’s apparently working: Buzzfeed reports that listing agency Ray White has already sold at least one of the all-avocado-inclusive properties in Sherwood.
So if you want to get in on this deal you better strike while the iron, er, toaster, is hot.