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Practical Advertising: Houses Turned into Billboards for Free Mortgage

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Adzookie is an advertising firm that recently came up with the creative idea of turning common homes into billboards. One may think this is a crazy advertising concept, few would willingly agree to turning their homes into colorful neighborhood attractions. Which is why the advertisers added an extra perk: paying the owners’ mortgage every month, as long as the house stays painted. Talk about a win-win situation! Of course, there are a few rules to the equation. First off, the house has to be owned, not borrowed or leased. The actual painting process will last between 3 and 5 days and the house  must remain “imprinted” for at least three months, a period which can be prolonged to a year. At the end of the deal, the residence will be painted back in its original colors.  Sounds appealing?

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5 responses to “Practical Advertising: Houses Turned into Billboards for Free Mortgage” - Add yours!

  1. maryanne veltri said:
    April 6, 2011

    i’m interested, can i get this done?

  2. April 8, 2011

    wow its very beautiful house . really great your idea . i want stay in house . nice location and fantastic sharing .thanks

  3. md said:
    April 9, 2011

    Had this idea a few years ago. My council has restrictions on what you can do on a property that’s zoned as residential and would not allow it.

  4. anna said:
    April 10, 2011

    it’s merely house prostitution – pretty revolting
    (both esthetically & conceptually)

  5. Allison said:
    April 11, 2011

    I’d be furious if these were my neighbors. Hideous.

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