As a Realtor we work many hours, but only get paid if we actually sell a home. With this in mind, you would think that we would do everything we could to show potential buyers the best features of a home and make a quick sell. When looking at some of the MLS ad’s people write, we can find typo’s which you could say is an honest mistake. How do you explain why an agent would use a bad picture to represent the home they are selling?
I am not saying that I don’t take many bad pictures, but I hope that I am not including them in my MLS listings.
MAKE SURE THE ROOM IS IN FOCUS
I THINK I WOULD HAVE SKIPPED THIS ROOM.
A CANDLE DOESN’T MAKE EVERYTHING LOOK BETTER.
IS THAT AN EXTRA LARGE PAIR OF UNDERWARE IN THE WINDOW?
SOMEWHERE BEHIND THIS OVERGROWN SHRUB IS A HOME FOR SALE.
IT IS A GOOD IDEA NOT TO TAKE PHOTOS AT NIGHT.
A PICTURE OF AN ASHTRAY, FEBREEZE, CLEANING SUPPLIES, AND INSECT SPRAY IS NOT THE BEST SELLING IDEA