Listing Fail #114: According to the listing, “pictures are not true reflection of the condition of the home.” Well good cause the pictures seem to imply this is a nightmare house of horrors.
When journalists descended on Sochi last week before the 22nd Olympic Winter Games, many took to Twitter to express their dismay at the state of their hotel rooms. While their conditions are hardly ideal – yellow water, bees in the honey, and more- they are certainly providing entertainment for audiences
They’d say put me out of my misery. The horror of the floral. I may not always ‘get’ art, but this is just scribbles, right? Pretty poor color and pattern choice for a bathroom. Especially a bathroom. Painted an ugly color and painted poorly. This is what we call making
High-definition photography is usually reserved for luxury homes, or it’s at least used to make properties look that way. Hate to break it to this seller, but no amount of HD is going to help this listing, save for maybe some good, old-fashioned cleaning and sweeping. However, since I can
This post was given a very clear title, just so no one is the least bit confused about the fact that these hand-painted children’s wall murals are in a word – terrifying. As a parent, why would you do this to your child? As a child, how would you ever
Sure, we’re all excited for spring. And yes, listing photos with a lush green lawn are more aesthetically pleasing than a bare brown one. But what is with all the exterior real estate photos with frighteningly terrible Photoshopped lawns? If you think you’re fooling anyone, you’re wrong. And, if you
Real estate agent headshots are apparently the adult version of elementary school picture day. Same cheesy backgrounds, same forced poses, same freshly combed hairstyles, same terrible outfits, same emptiness in the eyes. Here is another roundup of some fabulous agent headshots! What do you suppose they were thinking when these
What is the lesser of two evils: a DIY listing photo of horrible quality taken with a camera phone, or a sketch. Not a floorplan, mind you, because that would make sense, but a pen and paper sketch. Via Curbed Seattle: Awww, look how pretty you can draw! Is this