There are a few ways to describe a sale. I would say the generally accepted view, is that the “sale” price is less then the perceived value of the item. So you are receiving an additional benefit that you did not have to pay for, thus making it a “sale”. But what do you do when the price of the home is on sale for $36,000,000? How does one value such a “sale”? Maybe this little gem is just right for you.

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