Don't be alarmed, there's a perfectly logical reason for why the White House was listed on real estate site Zillow. 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was only listed on the database to promote a virtual chat with President Obama that will take place on the site this Wednesday. A White House representative reportedly told Yahoo! that this was done because it's a more direct form of communication than other forms of media.
President Obama's Zillow Q&A, which will be moderated by Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff, will take place at 1 p.m. ET. As for potentially purchasing the White House, does anyone have $320 million to blow? We didn't think so.
It isn't for sale anyway.
[via Fast Company]