Couple Gets $122K Extra For Their Home Because They Threw The Family Pet Into The Sale
This story amazed me. It seems a couple in Austria were selling their home and the potential buyer's daughters fell in love with their cat when they looked at the house.
The buyers then offered $122,000 over the asking price of $1.92 million but only if the family included the cat in the sale. They accepted the terms.
The sellers, Michael and Fran Perceval are perfectly OK with leaving the cat behind, but their 19-year-old son Sam who bought "Tiffany" as a kitten four years ago was not. The Percevals gave him $17,500 to try to take away some of the pain.
Let's hope that works.
So my question to you is simple: would you "throw in" your family pet with the sale of your house if the price was right? If so, how much would it take?