Detroit Homeowner Tries to Trade Home for iPhone 6

Daily Stormer
October 8, 2014

The house in question.  I would definitely rather have an iPhone.
The house in question. I would definitely rather have an iPhone.

Detroit is now a third world country. Actually, you would have a hard time finding any other third world zone where the citizenry would be willing to trade their house for an iPhone.

This is what Blacks do to property value.

CBS Detroit:

A real estate listing says a homeowner is offering to swap a two-story brick colonial on Detroit’s east side for a new iPhone 6 or a 32gb iPad.

The 2,400 sq. ft. house at 11954 Laing, is located in a neighborhood near Kelly Road and Morang Avenue. The home is described as an “investor special,” with three bedrooms, one-and-a-half baths, a finished basement and two-car garage. A ceiling fan is among the home’s other listed features.

But a photo included in the listing shows another side of the house, one perhaps inviting to thieves, with a missing door, broken shutters and shattered windows.

The homeowner was originally seeking $5,000 for the house — but after several months on the market without any takers, trading for an iPhone might not be such a bad deal. The asking price was reduced by $1,000 in July and again in August.

County records show that the homeowner owes more than $6,000 in property taxes, according to the Motor City Muckraker.

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