Is real estate really the new dating aphrodisiac? A California-based website thinks so.
MillionaireMatch.com, which bills itself as matching up successful people, says it encourages clients to include real estate among their luxury items when filling out a profile. It seems your property ranks right up there with your Italian sports car, when trying to impress on a first date. Boats and jewellery can also be easily thrown into the mix.
The company refers to its strategy as digital peacocking. “For many successful people, this is the life they deserve. And our members feel like they also deserve to share their luxury and success with others who appreciate the finer things in life. Showing their peacock colors, that’s pretty darn natural in the world of dating,” says the company, in a release.
Posting at least one luxury item on a male profile results on average in 50% more interest from female members, the company says.
The dating site offered up this gem as sample from a recent profile. “Here’s a pic of my only child — my 2012 Ferrari.”