What is a souvenir?
Travis Scott, a man from Texas who recently sold his two-bedroom house for $100,000 in the Houston suburb of Westlake, is selling the property in a bid to raise money for his wife and children.
Scott told ABC News the couple has been renting their house for a year.
“I am going to sell it, I am going on a little bit of a honeymoon, but we are just going to rent it out,” he said.
“We are just doing this for the family and the children and the kids are going to go into school, so they are going into the real world, that’s it.”
He added that he had not been able to keep up with the rising interest rates in the real estate market.
He said he was planning on renting the house to a young couple who were looking for a home in the area.
“They are a couple who are not really the most savvy buyers,” he explained.
“But I am very confident they are not going to be too much trouble to me.”
He said the couple wanted to use the house as a vacation spot and he wanted to put in a pool table and a gymnasium.
“The place is going to fit right in,” he admitted.
“It is going, so I am just going for it.”
Scott said the house has an attached garage and is surrounded by trees.
He is selling his two bedroom house to raise the funds.
“In my house, I have a pool, I put in the gymnasia, I got a swimming pool, we have an indoor gym, we also have a deck for the kids,” he added.
Scott said he had been unable to keep pace with the rise in the price of real estate in Houston.
“This is the last time I am getting a $1 million house.
I am selling my house for that price,” he told ABC Radio.
“What is going on in Houston is crazy.”
Scott explained the property had been vacant for six years and that the family was looking for the perfect place to live.
“There are only two options, you either buy the place, which I do not think is a good idea because it will make you very rich, or you go and rent the place,” he remarked.
“Either way, I would be renting it out.”
Scott is also selling the home to his daughter, who is currently studying in the US.
He will be selling his remaining shares to his brother, who he said had sold his shares in the past.
The family said they were not looking to cash in on the property.
“All we are doing is going for the dream,” Scott said.