Cars: A man who sells his house offers a Tesla in addition

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A man who wishes to stand out from other sellers to sell his house offered a Tesla as a gift.

The property, which is in New Zealand, has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms and has been on sale for several weeks.

The owner of the house therefore offers a Tesla to lighten the price of the house.

In 30 years, this is the first time that the real estate market has been lowering so much in New Zealand.

Economists explained: “The increase in mortgage rates continues to weigh on housing prices and sales.

Besides, economists still predict a drop in prices for the coming months.

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