Did you ever stop to consider that the more the seller is willing to thrown in with the deal, the less of an expense the closing might actually be to the buyer ?
Could it be conceivable, in consideration of whatever the seller chooses to throw in with the deal, that those perks might equate to or reach the actual proximity of the value of the actual downpayment for the house? And, pushing it to extremes, maybe the entire purchase price of the house?
You might get water rights with the deal, mineral rights with the deal, timber rights with the deal, rights to the emblements, including fruit, vegetable or other agricultural consideration or any thing else that you might receive from the seller. I've even heard it remarked that some buyers have asked for everything with the deal except the first born.
If your buying a place with a lot of acreage you might really strike gold with a nice, sizeable allotment of saleable timber. This is timber that might be sold for enough money to recover the entire purchase price of the place. I once heard a broker say that one buyer sold a rare, expensive tree in his backyard that covered the entire downpayment on the home.
What kind of things have your seller's 'thrown in' with the deal ?