Despite attracting record bids, a home once lived in by rap and film superstar Eminem has failed to make its reserve price at online auction website eBay.
After weeding out phoney bids as high as $12m, the best offer was $75,000. And that's not enough money for the house's owner.
"If you want to sell traditional property, you can't depend on the internet," he said. "You should use more traditional means of marketing property. I'm sure we would have gotten $75,000 through an ad in the paper."
The eBay website recorded close to 300 bids for the house, but most were fake. The seller said that the internet listing had generated media coverage, but had ultimately failed to deliver.
The 50 year-old house is just one of three properties either lived in or owned by Eminem to have featured on eBay. One has failed to reach a $500,000 reserve while another is expected to be sold for around $2m.
It had been owned by Todd Nelson, the rapper's uncle, and Eminem is thought to have lived in the house off and on as a child and teenager.
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