I See You: Former Coach Sells House At Loss For Family With Disabled Kids

Jim McElwain, former Florida Gators head coach was let go in late October after a rough season. 

In March it was reported that the coach sold the home for $400K less than the original price - prompting people to make some mean comments. Turns out that McElwain and his family took a hit on the full price of their home because the family that wanted the house had a special story.

The Staabs family purchased the house from the McElwain family because it was perfectly suited for the needs of their two disabled kids - especially their 20-year-old with limited mobility, who is in a wheelchair. 

Rick Staab called McElwain's real estate agent with what they could offer, before the house was even on the market. Originally the McElwains said no, until they learned who made the offer. 

We see you Jim McElwain and family! Read more on this story here.

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