According to some of the reports, Detroit homeowner is willing to swap his entire house in exchange of the latest iPhone 6. If you are willing to give away your iPhone 6 and an iPad, you can probably own this house in Detroit.
A Detroit homeowner is looking to swap his three-bedroom, 1.5 bathroom brick colonial on the city’s east side for — get this — the iPhone 6 or 32GB iPad. Located at 11954 Laing St. in Detroit, the house was originally listed for $5,000 but the seller recently dropped the price to $3,000 after he failed to find a buyer.
It comes to us with a surprise that the man is willing to sell his house in exchange of Apple gadget. “it is a real estate,” real estate agent Larry Else told the local channel Fox. “My client is overseas, and he told me he would be willing to trade the property for an iPhone 6. It sounds to me like he wants the premium [6 Plus] version, but I’m sure he’s willing to negotiate.”
However, the deal is not fair enough, the new owner has to pay a tax of $6000 to own this house. The house, which was built in the year 1929 in considerably in good condition and requires a bit of fixing. However, it looks like a haunted house and has more than few broken windows, a missing front shutter, overgrown landscaping and a recliner currently sitting on the porch roof.
The 2,400 square-foot property, and should be taken swiftly as it is going to stay on the market until the county forecloses it next year.