Family Sells Home in Exchange for Free Pizza for Life

Portland pizzeria owner Donna DeNicola wanted her son's home buying application to stand out in the competitive real estate market.
0:45 | 06/03/15

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The bidding war over one home in Portland Oregon got so intense that the potential buyer served up and offered to art to refuse free pizza for life. I'm willing to do anything if I know this market is crazy so crazy that Donna did Colin there are new she captain spice up the offer for this column with three other bidders were trying to get it. She was willing to pay 26000 dollars already asking price it still wasn't an opt. And she got creative she threw two months of free rent and freaky that every month for life and buying them at people that are alive so I won't know them very well watch the kids grow. And I really felt like. They wanted this place in the understood we were coming from and he built an offer round in case you're wondering all of that pizza at twenty bucks a month over the next forty years at up to 9600. Dollars.

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