So, tell me.
Would you be interested in taking a look at expensive, very attractive condos for sale in the city, and paying for it, say $25, if the money went to charity?
Someone has tried this, in New York City, with a degree of success, I guess. The idea has some merit, although the fact that the properties are for sale kind of make it seem a bit too capitalistic.
On July 28, a ticket will gain a map to five homes and entree to what is, depending on your point of view, a new variant of the benefit home and garden tour or a clever real estate marketing strategy. A ticket costs $40 in advance or $50 on that day.
The $25 Million House Tour, to benefit three charities, will feature five waterfront homes that are for sale. The homes are in Quogue, Westhampton Beach and Remsenburg, and each has an asking price above $5 million.