So many visual distractions here.
This room has room for improvement.
It’s supposed to be a bedroom.
There is a bed hiding in this bedroom.
You can’t see the window for the clutter.
It’s trendy to remove kitchen cabinet doors and/or have exposed shelving in kitchens.
Now you can see everything.
It’s difficult for some sellers to tidy up their bedrooms when selling.
Messy sellers are clueless to the fact that buyers judge a house by its photos.
Buyers don’t want to see chaos.
There’s a fishing pole in the bedroom because?
Where’s the bed? Where’s the window?
At least the bed is made.
Same here, but what about the other riffraff?
Happy 4th of July.
Patriotic yard with a bad roof.
From Houston, Texas.
Buyers rely on photos when looking for homes on-line. Best to have good real estate photos.
Be careful of taking photos too close up. You’ll get a blurry photo plus your reflection. Buyers want to see the whole thing, not a portion.
Be mindful of bright backgrounds. They’ll overexpose the photo.
Don’t shoot into the sun either. Come back another time if needed. Or use your hand to block the sun. [This was the only photo available of the property]
Don’t use a fish-eye lens, especially in a bathroom. It’s creepy.
Don’t take a photo of a print. It’s tacky. Go outside and take a real photo of your house.
Be careful of window reflections. Try a different angle or be sure the street view is nice.
Don’t use time stamps on photos.
This yard is gonna need a lot of work.
Why bother with these drapes?
If you squint your eyes, it looks weird with curtains hanging under the window.
The spider took LSD before spinning its web.
Here are four bathrooms that need help.
Can we give you some ad-vise? How about fixing the handles before selling? Thank you.
How about cleaning the shower and bathtub too?
This bathroom could use a new sink and vanity. And a toilet bowl lid. And new walls and…
It’s probably safe to say something isn’t right here.
Christmas lights aren’t going to help this bathroom look better.
Rumor has it that a new season of Hoarders TV show will begin May 28th on Lifetime! Keep an eye out for any announcements.
Meanwhile, this Tempe, Arizona home is on its way to qualifying someday for Hoarders. The walls are covered. Next is the floor.
It’s a banner crop! Peterbilt, Zildjian, and Pearl.
The kiddies have free access to the liquor!!
He is a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
It’s no surprise the kid’s room is filled with stuff.
What 5-year-old needs a TV that big or at all in his bedroom?
The tidiest room of the house. Notice how the bedroom window goes to the family room from the earlier photos.
Hat collection. Because everyone needs 30 hats.
Once the kids are liquored up, they can grab a knife!
Quick! Fill that empty space on the wall.
Too bad there’s so many visual distractions in this home. The kitchen, the floors, and the rooms like very nice.