Great opportunity at this Charleston, South Carolina home.
See? The kitchen already looks better from this angle.
Stainless steel appliance included.
The seller is giving you options: Fireplace or big screen TV in the corner.
Remodeled bathroom with new sink and toilet.
Paint paralysis. Blue or tan? Tan or blue?
The brand-new front door should count for something, right?
Room addition! That’s a bonus feature! Don’t look at the roof.
Not quite a beehive fireplace.
Cluttered fireplace. We get to check off a lot of categories with this photo: clutter, family photos, fake plants, taxidermy, lighting, dirt/dust, stuffed animal, staging. Aside from the can of bug spray, can we burn everything else in the fireplace?
Dinner is served!!
Each brick was painted with care. Will buyers care?
How in the world did they get the blue paint on the wall?!
The yellow and brown splotches on the stone wall match the yellow and brown stains in the carpet!
From a 1948 home in Payson, Arizona.
From a 1970 home in Congress, Arizona.
From a 1972 home in Mesa, Arizona. We had a fondue set in that color.
From a 1988 home in Mesa, Arizona.
A bull dozer. We might need to call a bulldozer for this house.
Full bath is not supposed to mean full of stuff.
Licensed contractor was used here, right?
Careful! There’s no railing!!
Lead-based paint disclosure?
That room addition was built to code, right? A building permits obtained?
It does have a wrap-around porch.
Tags: Roof · Curb Appeal · Paint · Bathroom · Living Room · Kitchen · Zoning Violation · Safety Issue · Fireplace · Patio · Phoenix Homes · Garbage and/or Junk · Fixer-Upper · Room Addition · Siding · Attic
Adding stones to a wall is a decorating style chosen by a few.
Two-toned stone is another option.
Dark grout was used to make the stones “pop.”
They’ll finish the wall after their next tax refund check arrives.
The fireplace is hanging in the air! At a 1976 Coolidge, Arizona home.
Why bother offering home staging advice? The sellers just don’t care.
What is that black water in the bathtub? Dirty toilet too.
This is the cleanest room of the house.
They have a fireplace!
Oh, look, more junk outside.
There’s a security camera by the front door. They don’t want anyone stealing their precious belongings.
Tags: Staging · Bathroom · Living Room · Bedroom · Clutter · Fireplace · Patio · Phoenix Homes · Dining Room · Back Yard · Garbage and/or Junk · Weeds · Dirt, Dust, & Filth · Fixer-Upper · Hall of Shame - Messy
These Glendale, Arizona sellers built a media niche around the fireplace so they could display their collectibles. Everyone must have sprained necks from twisting their heads to watch TV. Notice the knotted curtain too.
You’ll have to look very close to find the fireplace.
Here’s how this room looked in 2010 before the current owners got their hands on it.
Before Kitchen. This Mesa, Arizona home was purchased for $68,000.
After Kitchen. The house sold for $147,000 after renovation.
After Kitchen. They opened up that wall.
After Fireplace. Nice results with new lighting.
Before Front of House.
After Front of House.
Before Living Room.
After Living Room, looking the other direction.