What Blood? 11 Worst Real Estate Photos


With the business of real estate marketing increasingly moving online there is nothing more important than getting a good shot of your property to bring the buyers or tenants in, which makes the following photos all the more unfortunate.

According to the experts, staging is the key to a good home photo, so vendors should remove clutter and add some nice touches like flowers to spice things up. But is a handgun clutter? Is a skeleton clutter? And do weeds floating on a pool surface count as pleasant greenery?You may be surprised to discover that opinions differ on these questions as the photos below show.

 Pet Paradise

Who could resist those eyes?[/caption]

A real pigsty

Room for domestic pets and farm animals.[/caption]

A long meeting

No skeletons in the closet here[/caption]

Hide and seek

What person?[/caption] Comes with free arm.[/caption]

Not-so-good neighbourhood

Bench space for guns in every room.[/caption]

Green thumb

Comes with a wetland habitat.[/caption]

Doggy doo

Lawn recently fertilised.[/caption]

Hangman's haven

Noose with plenty of uses.[/caption]

Have a sleep on it

Great home for sleeping.[/caption]

Has anyone seen Fluffy?

Plenty of storage for garden tools.[/caption]

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