All included with full price offer in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
March 29th, 2015 · 1 Comment
March 29th, 2015 · 2 Comments
March 28th, 2015 · 2 Comments
Modest home renovation with a healthy profit margin.
Before Master Bedroom. This Mesa, Arizona home was purchased by an investor for $90,000.
After Master Bedroom. After renovation, the house sold for $155,000.
Before Second Bedroom.
After Second Bedroom.
After Den. They removed the wall on the left and created a great room. Photo looking perpendicular to the above photo.
Before Den. The wall on the right was removed.
Before Front of House.
After Front of House.
March 27th, 2015 · No Comments
This Mesa, Arizona home is a short sale. It has a lot of visual distractions.
Unless the desk is staying with the house, why take a photo of it?
There’s still some counter space available for more clutter.
The photographer spared us from seeing more clutter.
March 27th, 2015 · 1 Comment
We’re seeing dogs on sellers’ patios lately. They might be used to distract buyers from noticing the clutter.
What ladder? What lawn mower? What tire? All I see is a dog.
The four dogs and their owner are hoping you don’t notice the peeling paint and clutter.
At least the seller picked up the dog poop. It is disgusting to visit a home with a poopy back yard.
Pee pad? Gross!
This photo’s caption reads, “Loveable Joe.”
March 26th, 2015 · 1 Comment
One of several unique windows in a Phoenix home. You can download photos of it on the worldwide web. And see spider webs in the kitchen!
News about these windows is spreading as quickly as the cobwebs.
Close of escrow will be the date when these security shields are released.
Windows with dual protection in this room.
These windows’ unique features are sure to please the public.
Or you can select the plain version of windows.
Security issues have been resolved with this new edition of windows.
They’re only letting us see a preview of this window. When will the public be allowed to see the full version?
We’re not allowed to see the windows in this room yet. It’s not ready to be released to the public. The photos are still being developed.
We’ll need further information about this window. It already seems to have some flaws.
March 25th, 2015 · 4 Comments
The can of Raid bug spray is disturbing. The large plunger indicates the seller probably has a recurring bowel problem. Do you like the swinging saloon doors to the toilet?
March 25th, 2015 · 2 Comments
Many home owners customize their shower walls with decorative tile. There’s the enlarged checkerboard pattern.
The traditional checkerboard pattern.
A combination of checkerboard and 1980s 4-inch tile with wide, dark grout.
March 24th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Another quality short sale!
The owners are hoping the bank will let them sell it for less than what they owe.
Therefore, you would think the sellers would present their home in the best possible way.
After all, they are asking a huge favor from their bank.
Has little Susie been eating the wallpaper again?
The nicest room in the house.
Dirty bathroom. Why would the bank be motivated to forgive their debt?
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March 24th, 2015 · 1 Comment
Why is a Home Depot bucket in the foreground of the real estate photo? And why is the photo taken so far away?
How about we crop the photo to eliminate the bucket and the rickety pergola? The focus should be on the pool and house. [By the way, those tall dead sticks are the ribs of a dead saguaro cactus. It is worth about $500+]