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    Free mortgage perhaps, but your new neighbors would hate you! Who would want to look at that every day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan View Post
    Free mortgage perhaps, but your new neighbors would hate you! Who would want to look at that every day?
    I would hate looking at it,lol. Yes, the neighbors might hate a person for that but mostly bc they didn't get the free mortage,lol. As for the thread topic/question. Yes, Heck Yes, You Betcha!!!!

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    I know they have this for automobiles, too. The vehicle is covered with ads, usually screened on, but you get the car or truck for free. We see them all of the time.

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    Article said that the mortgage gets paid every month and you can extend the deal for a year. Said the house in the photo is just a digital example and that no houses have actually been painted yet. Believe they said they received over one hundred applications already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beechwoodfan View Post
    Free mortgage perhaps, but your new neighbors would hate you! Who would want to look at that every day?
    As I said, this will not fly in any semi-developed community with a shred of zoning restrictions or subdivision regulations. Same reason you do not already see signs advertising businesses in residential areas. This would drive down the cost of property values and homeowners will not stand for it. Definitely possible in rural areas though.

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