Another home damaged by thugs.
Another home damaged by thugs.
Here’s a true fixer-upper for those who enjoy a challenge.
It was painted like that on purpose?
Ugly paint or mold?
Shoes and socks.
Hopefully the hardwood floors can be saved and refinished.
The kitchen could be saved too perhaps?
The house has a creepy basement/cellar.
Poor curb appeal.
Best just to take down the rusty evaporative cooler.
Let’s hope a buyer renovates this older home so we can show you the After photos.
A tale of woe and destruction in Glendale, Arizona.
They paid $200,000 for it in 2006.
Left vacant for two years.
Due to graffiti & damages, sold as a short sale for only $45,000.
Paint thrown around.
Unmonitored by the seller. Ruined by hoodlums.
Holes in the kitchen ceiling.
Mess left behind by the seller.
More damage in another room.
The other bathroom damaged. Disgusting toilet.
More paint damage.
Thank you, seller and thugs, for lowering the home prices in the neighborhood.
2013 is here! Time for a fresh start. New resolutions. New goals. New outlook on life.
We’d like to share some thoughts with you from several home sellers.
Impossible Is Nothing!! Above it, it reads, “For what doth it profit man, if he gain the whole world and suffer the loss of his own soul.” (Matthew 16:26) Thank you, parents, for lowering your profits by allowing your child to scribble on the walls and ceiling and then leaving it for the buyers. [click to enlarge photo] [Glendale, Arizona]
“Home is where your story begins.” [Another Glendale, Arizona home]
“The most memorable days usually end with the dirtiest clothes.” The kids put that up so mom wouldn’t complain! [Phoenix]
“Love grows best in little houses.” [Another pithy Phoenix seller]
“You have a heritage, Honor it. You will meet temptation, Withstand it. You possess a testimony, Share it. You know the truth, Live it.” You buy paint, you repaint the room. [Phoenix]
“It’s all good.” [Phoenix]
“Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for an eternity.” Is the cat dead? [Woodward, Oklahoma]
Thanks, hoodlums, for ruining this house.
No one can see your tagging inside, so what’s the point?
Worst sponge paint ever?
A backlash against this back splash.
They remove one pink tile every year. About 35 gone so far.
We’re not a fan of dust or pet hair. The fur was literally flying in this house; cat hair and dust piled onto the ceiling fan blades.
Security systems in use: the club for their car, the dog for their house.
The sign reads: Wo-Man Cave Howdy.
When did they first realize there was a problem?
That’s all we need to know about this home owners’ association: they can only afford a stenciled sign and they have a graffiti problem.
Glendale, Arizona home damaged with graffiti.
The unknown fluid spill in the kitchen probably scared them away.
Rascal the dog says, “Please save me from this messy house!”
Graffiti in the bedroom. White & yellow stars on the ceiling. Foil in the window. Towel used as a curtain.
That chair is disgusting. The carpet’s not much better.
Foiled again! Dusty too.
We step back and now we’re in the dining room.
Another bedroom. Yes, someone lives here.
As if they take showers anyway. Check out the floor on the right side. And the boarded up window.
The house is cable ready.
The furnishings are negotiable.
The kitchen is the neatest room of the house.
But you’ll be in a pickle here with no sink. Maybe Winnie the Pooh can help.
Room addition at back of house. Building permits were obtained?
Tags: Carpet · Bathroom · Family Room · Kitchen · Bedroom · Clutter · Window Coverings · Phoenix Homes · Pets · Garbage and/or Junk · Rugs · Dirt, Dust, & Filth · Fixer-Upper · Window · Graffiti · Room Addition
There’s a point where messy becomes crazy. This Mesa, Arizona home is a good example.
The living room.
A bedroom with graffiti on the wall.
Another view of this room. Skull picture.
Family room. The sellers bought the house for $123,000 in 2000. They refinanced in 2005 for $155,000. Spent most of the money on clothes? Was going to foreclosure auction but they managed to get it sold as a short sale for $107,000.
The neatest area of the house is the dining room and kitchen.
A messy bedroom.
A messy hallway.
Bonus room. That’s a lot of stuff!
Not as bad as expected.
Did a tornado hit the back yard?
Good grief. Hoarders?