The 10 Worst Real Estate Photographs Used To Sell A Home

Dated: December 19 2015

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Maybe you’ve surfed the net looking for some properties or maybe you’re an agent in the field cruising for new listings…either way you’ve probably come across some awful real estate photos. Pictures that make you really scratch your head wondering, “WHAT WERE THETHINKING??”

We put together a list of our favorites for you. Enjoy!

 

10.  Convenience that has gone too far!

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9.  “Babe”, we gotta have this one!

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8. Buy 1 door, get 3 free!

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7.  It’s safe, we promise…

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6.  Sometimes you just have to stop and enjoy the wallpaper.

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5. I hope you like pink.

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4. Just feel the fireplace’s warmth.

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3.  Keep calm, everything’s going to be OKAY.

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2. A restroom for royalty!

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1.  If you enjoy long walks, we have the perfect place for you.

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Don’t waste your time searching through the wrong properties, let us help you find you the right one today!

Contact Boots Levinson at 484-443-2157

 

Sourced: Terrible Real Estate Agent Photograhs

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