This may be the freakiest story you hear all day.
A house has gone up for sale, and while it's a cute house for a deal, it comes with some major baggage. The add specifically says, "Don't bother asking" about the resident of the house who lives upstairs! The home also needs some TLC and is being sold as-is, which is always a red flag for some major work to be done, but a permanent resident in the upstairs of the home you're purchasing? I don't know about you, but if someone is going to live in my house, I defintiely need to meet them first. I don't think I'd allow anyone I don't know to reside in my home to begin with; would you?
Perhaps this ad isn't what it seems. Maybe it's a ploy to get people to come check out the property and it turns out there's really nobody living upstairs. What do you think?
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