Lawnmower + tall grass = the sellers would rather swing instead.
Entries Tagged as 'Weeds'
January 29th, 2016 · No Comments
January 20th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Pre-foreclosure sale in Phoenix. Lookin’ good so far.
It has a pantry with an almost-see-through door.
The boy in the bubble?
Needs help. The photographer and the bathroom.
One out of four isn’t bad.
The best room of the house.
The air freshener really helps.
Instead of a hole in the door, how about adding a window or skylight to this dark bathroom?
The clump of hair is impressive.
Weed you want to buy this house?
It’s rare to see a home in Phoenix without a patio cover. Perhaps they tore it down? There are holes in the wall above the sliding doors. By the way, did you notice the cat under the table?
At least the air conditioner is still there.
January 15th, 2016 · 1 Comment
Short sale home. It’s been vacant since 2010. But after seeing the floppy disks in the office, maybe vacant since 1990?
Well-maintained carpet, not. [I had to block out the profanity]
If the house has been vacant for over 5 years, do NOT open the refrigerator!
The pink toilet seat adds a bit of whimsy to the bathroom.
By the way, the buyer was required to pay $5,000 in past due HOA fines! Ouch.
December 29th, 2015 · 1 Comment
Is it too much to ask for nicer real estate photos in 2016? Weed really like it.
Weed like to see home sellers pay more attention to detail when selling their homes. Like getting rid of grass along the sidewalk.
November 18th, 2015 · 1 Comment
Front entrance of a condominium for sale in Phoenix. The HOA is responsible for maintaining the premises, landscaping, and general appearance.
They stucco’d the exterior but didn’t finish with paint. They also enclosed the carport.
Waiting for buyers.
Weed you want to see this house?
Pink and orange. Interesting color combo.
October 30th, 2015 · No Comments
Business opportunity for the discerning investor! Established day care center in a residential home in Casa Grande, Arizona.
We give quality care when you’re not there.
Fully licensed day care center.
Big Bird approved too! And Scooby Doo is disco dancing under the mirror ball!
Charlie Brown and Dora the Explorer love it too.
And SpongeBob SquarePants and Humpty Dumpty are happy to be there too.
A is for apple. B is for ball.
Mickey Mouse wants to know where the lady’s legs are.
The kids will surely love playing out back. Playground equipment included!
Check out the fence in the above photo and check out the fence below. This allows easy access for the day care children to socialize with neighborhood kids. What fun they’ll have.
The kids can safely play out here.
October 11th, 2015 · 2 Comments
Thieves like to steal copper from air conditioner units, especially at abandoned homes. Banks then began investing in $1000 cages to protect the air conditioner units at their foreclosure properties. Not all cages work like they should. The air conditioner was stolen at this Houston, Texas home. The joke’s on the thieves. Why steal $20 worth of copper when you can steal a $1000 cage?
September 14th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Lots to see and not what we want buyers to see. Too many visual distractions.
As we pan to the right, we see a bikini poster next to a religious calendar. Interesting juxtaposition.
And even more stuff. Looks like they’ve kept every calendar since 1974.
Bed sheet used as a window curtain in this bedroom.
Fuzzy dice and a dirty popcorn ceiling in another bedroom.
The bathroom could use a cleaning.
The kitchen with knotted curtains. We featured another photo of this kitchen in a post from September 2nd that pointed out the fly swatter.
Another view of the patio.
And a view of the side yard.
August 24th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Short sale. Unbelievable. Is that a dog on top of the couch?
Time to take out the garbage.
Another bedroom. Is that a baby crib on the right?
Front of the house.
Out back, we see two dogs and a lot of junk.
Outdoor laundry with washer and dryer.
August 4th, 2015 · 2 Comments
This is the only photo available for this house.
Welcoming chairs out front.
The porch is 3/4s covered.
Surprisingly, it’s not a bank-owned home or a short sale.