Developer Promises A Year’s Supply Of Avocado If You Buy An Apartment
Millennials are constantly being told that they can't enjoy their smashed avo if they want to get on the property ladder.
Well, one developer wants to let you know that you can have the best of both worlds if you buy one of their condominiums.
The Kira project is a sleek new development that's popped up in Vancouver, Canada and the CAD$399,000 (AUD$432,000) price tag for a one-bedroom apartment will come with a year's worth of avocado.
While you won't be able to buy the avos in bulk, you will get a gift card to a local restaurant that will provide you with free avocado on toast (or another breakfast item if you're being picky) for a full year.
Judging from some of the avo on toast options at cafes in Sydney, that could save you a cheeky $5,475 - which might not seem like a hell of a lot but that's better being in your back pocket than some restaurant.
Woodbridge Homes president Jamie Howard told The Star. "Saving for a down payment does require some saving and sacrificing. At the Kira project, we say you can have your avocado toast and eat it too."
But they're not the first people to offer avocado with a home.
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A real estate agency in Queensland offered the same thing two years ago (arguably at the height of the 'Millenials just want smashed avo than a house' saga) while advertising a property.
Ray White Sherwood was kind enough to offer a year's supply of the green stuff to buy a Brisbane townhouse, which was listed for less than $600,000.
But this deal only extended to a nearby café of the potential homeowner's choosing and they would only be able to dine there once a week on the house and only applies to the homeowner.
That's a substantially less enticing incentive but avo is avo so no doubt there were plenty of people who signed up.
It would be better if the avocados that were on offer were like the ones being sold by WA Fresh Delivered.
Nicknamed the Avozilla, they're at least three times the size of normal avos but will set you back a cool $14 each - which is certainly a steep price considering a standard one costs around $2.50.
Now if those bad boys were being offered as part of a property you know you'd be getting a lot of applications.
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