Oftentimes honesty is indeed the best policy, and although that's not typically a rule that people trying to sell houses abide by, it could land one homeowner in West Asheville, North Carolina a buyer, . Because, provided prospective buyers aren't scared off by a little bad language, he makes a fairly compelling argument (via Craigslist) for his house, which includes a basketball court and a dead end street for bike riding, "so if you want your kid to be a shitty bike rider, and suck at basketball, then buy something in Montford." Other good points.
1. "You can jam your loud ass kids in the basement."
2. "The floors are freaking bamboo. If it is good enough for a koala, then surely it is good enough for you."
3. "If you can't think of anything good to do with a giant mirrors in your bedroom, then you should probably buy in Montford."
4. "Go look at it, and if you don't like it, then screw you, but I think you will like it."
5. "Did you know you can't build a pool in Montford? Well you can build a pool on Scottsdale Drive. You could build two pools in this yard, because it is huge."
We're not sure what or where Montford is, but we are definitely not buying a house there.
· $224900 / 4br - 1848ft2 - 3Bath, West Asheville, Don't let your kids suck (22 Scottsdale Drive) [Craigslist, via Lighter Side of Real Estate]