Home Sellers Couldn't Resist Free Pizza For Life Donna DiNicola owns an Italian restaurant in Oregon. She wanted to help her son get into Portland's hot housing market. In addition to the home bid, they offered free pizza once a month for life.

Home Sellers Couldn't Resist Free Pizza For Life

Home Sellers Couldn't Resist Free Pizza For Life

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Donna DiNicola owns an Italian restaurant in Oregon. She wanted to help her son get into Portland's hot housing market. In addition to the home bid, they offered free pizza once a month for life.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. A woman in Portland came up with a clever way to beat rising home prices - free pizza once a month for life. Donna DeNicola, who owns DeNicola's Italian Restaurant, wanted to help her 23-year-old son get into Portland's hot market. So when they found the perfect house, she offered an additional topping to her $275,000 bid - the pizza. It worked. The sellers accepted. It's MORNING EDITION.

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