Woman Offers Self as Part of the Deal in House Sale Real estate prices remain ridiculously high in much of the country, and that might increase the appeal of a two-for-one deal offered by Deborah Hale. She's asking $600,00 for her house in a trendy part of Denver. Deborah Hale says if the buyer is a compatible man, she comes along with the house. Of course, $600,000 is a lot of money. So far, Hale says she's had interest from men who say they want her, but not the house.
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Woman Offers Self as Part of the Deal in House Sale

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Real estate prices remain ridiculously high in much of the country, and that might increase the appeal of a two-for-one deal offered by Deborah Hale. She's asking $600,00 for her house in a trendy part of Denver. Deborah Hale says if the buyer is a compatible man, she comes along with the house. Of course, $600,000 is a lot of money. So far, Hale says she's had interest from men who say they want her, but not the house.