These People Are Literally Upside Down on Their House

    We’ve all heard the term “upside down” when it comes to home ownership, which means the homeowner owes more on the mortgage than the house is worth.  Well, from the world of extremes there’s a house in Germany that is literally upside down.  Meaning the ceiling is on the ground and the foundation is in the air.  Check out these photos.

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    See, it really is upside down.

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    It took six weeks to build and cost around $277,000 USD.  Would you pay almost $300k for an upside down house?

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    Even the furniture is upside down.

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    This picture of a couple of visitors will blow your mind.  Which way is up and which way is down?

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    Even the toilet is upside down.  That cannot be good.

    If you are upside down on your house (not in the literal sense) but the financial sense, let a professional at Exit Murfreesboro Bob Lamb & Associates help you find a solution for your problem.

     

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