The slow housing market has inspired one San Diego restaurant owner to market her Mission Hills property the best way she knows how – with free food.
Terryl Gavre's Mission Hills estate has been on the market for 5 weeks and in an effort to sell it quick, she's tossing in a delicious deal.
Buy the estate and get free breakfast at her restaurant, Café 2-22 not once or even twice but for the next 15 years.
"I thought, you know, 'I need to think outside the box. How do I get more people to come look at my house?' The housing market is slow in general so why not offer something they can't get when they buy any other house,” Gavre said.
"People will come in and say 'Oh, I love that restaurant; omigod, that kitchen looks just like the one at Café 222'. "
Gavre’s restaurant, located in downtown San Diego has been profiled by Food Network and is known for hand-made specialties like pumpkin waffles and her peanut butter-and-banana-stuffed French toast.
One happy buyer will walk away with two homes on the lot separated by a courtyard and a free breakfast once a week.
The price tag on the property may be $1.4 million but the incentive will save you approximately $8,000 in free food.
Now, what foodie can pass up that offer?