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Groupon: Coupons For Your New Home Purchase

Posted in Property on Apr 8th 2011

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From coupons at local restaurants and stores to luxurious stays at expensive hotels, Groupon is extending its model into diverse markets. The next may be real estate...

For $25 dollars, you could get $1,000 off your closing costs whether you are buying or selling. I doubt it'll be enough of an incentive to drive home sales. It is a good deal only if you've already been looking into buying or selling with the realty firm partnering with Groupon.

Groupon Gets Into Real Estate Deals - The Consumerist

In a move that some will say is an example of the flexibility of the Groupon model, and that others will point to as ...

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