- Mzansi is truly shocked after seeing tiny-sized homes being sold with a massive price tag
- A photo of the homes was shared by a Twitter user and the entire property looks around the same size of a bedroom
- In just a few hours, the post has attracted attention in the Twitterverse with over 1 000 likes and close to 250 retweets
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Twitter user, @Yanga_Co, shared a photo online of homes that look severely over-priced for their tiny size and the quality of the finishes.
He captioned the post:
"These are neighbours for R600 000 each and tell me this is not a scam?"
Take a look at the post for yourself:
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The people of Mzansi are in utter shock at the high price of the properties, which look to be the size of a standard bedroom. The post has quickly received over 1 000 likes and close to 250 retweets.
Check out some of the comments:
"You can shake hands with your neighbour from inside."
"This ain’t right. Such a small house for that amount, unless, of course, it’s situated in the burbs haha."
"Why would the price be right if the house is in the suburbs?"
"If you have that amount, rather build yourself something bigger at the village, we are not in this urban areas to stay forever after all."
"In 2018, I nearly fell for this scam, R600k without butlers and tiles and a fence, wall and gate, then I decided to continue renting and bought myself a car."
"Indeed, it's an RDP that went to school."
"There’s literally no privacy... can’t even fence your house la!"
“Congratulations”: Mzansi seriously inspired by a man’s glowing house
In other news, Briefly News reported that a South African guy has shared images displaying a massive improvement in his friend's life after showing an old house and a newly renovated house.
South Africans are in disbelief as they believe there is something different when they compare the two yards.
@Ndi_MuVenda_ seems to be congratulating a friend and penned a post on Twitter which is attracting massive reactions. Many social media users are now calling for an engineer to inspect the pictures to ensure the old house is really given a new look or are these two different snaps and locations.
Briefly News went straight to the comments section to select a few reactions and the Venda-speaking guy captioned the post:
“Congratulations to a black brother, at the end your hustle will pay.”