Zober believes that the sign is achieving its ultimate goal.
“We thought it was a funny way to get exposure,” she says. “We anticipated people driving by the sign and posting it and thinking it was funny. We did not anticipate the level of personal interest that’s happened.”
Her husband is aware of the highly publicized sign and even helped pay for it. He feels that as long as it helps sell the house, it serves its purpose. Both parties are trying to avoid foreclosure.
The home owners also posted the following message for potential buyers:
“We Loved This Home. You Will Too.”
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