Weigh more? Pay more in this rental apartment
In this complex in Osaka, Japan, you have a built-in incentive to get trim. Gain weight and your rent goes up, by about $10 a month. Lose and you'll save.
By Marilyn Lewis
http://realestate.msn.com/blogs/post--w … -apartment
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