Who knew that creamy, verdant avocados could make or break one's future in real estate.
According to Australian developer Tim Gurner, (who is 35 and worth half a billion dollars, nbd) millennials are poor and unable to buy homes because of their infatuation with the single-seeded berry (yes, it's technically a fruit—The More You Know!)
On a recent episode of Australia's "60 Minutes," he said: "When I was buying my first home, I wasn't buying smashed avocado for 19 bucks and four coffees at $4 each."
I would propose that maybe only millionaires would pay $19 for guac, but I digress.
Also noteworthy, Gurner was handed $34,000 from his grandfather at the age of 19, which led to his early success in real estate, and he wants to chastise me for my love of guacamole!? Get outta here. What does he think? That if I was given free money, I would've bought 22,667 avocados instead of investing it? (Actually, that sounds like a pretty OK investment, if you ask me.)
Snarks aside, Australian real estate company Ray White is latching on to the avocado craze and offering buyers a delicious deal: free avocado toast for 12 months is up for grabs for anyone willing to shell out for a new 2- or 3-bedroom townhouse in Queensland.
Now, millennials can save their pennies for a townhouse and guacamole in one fell swoop! If you're an avocado aficionado, you'd better get that passport renewed ASAP: the deal expires June 30th.
What a time to be alive.