A few weeks ago, I wrote an entry about Bad MLS Photos and had several requests to continue featuring them on the blog. Well, that won’t be a problem. There seems to be plenty available that may give you a laugh and make you wonder how someone could possibly think the photo represents the house in the best possible light.
Several readers submitted photos they found and I’ve given them proper credit submissions. Remember, if you find a bad MLS photo, let me know and it may be featured on this blog in the future. Email your name and a link to email@example.com. If you know the city where the listing is located and/or the MLS number, please include it.
And don’t forget to leave your comments. Enjoy!
It’s hard to believe someone would take a photo of this at anytime, but especially to use it to help sell the home. I heard the home is owned by a real estate agent. This tells a buyer, “stay away”. (Photo submitted by Dan Parker)
Why even bother taking the photo? Plus, the toilet paper is not even included. The rest of the house must really be in the toilet.
No, there’s not something wrong with the computer and I didn’t stretch the photo. The wrong lens was used to take the photo. Don’t stare at this one too long. They’re trying to hypnotize you into buying it.
Maid not included. I feel like I need to bring Lysol just to look at the house. And to think, this is a $749,000 listing. Would you pay that much for this house? (Photo submitted by Dan Parker)
No point in wasting another trip during the day. Maybe buyers won’t notice the flaws in a night photo. Besides, everyone loves the color blue. Right? (Photo submitted by Capri Wilbanks)
There may not be any yard space, but one lucky buyer is in store for a lifetime supply of wood.
Don’t you just love multi-use rooms. You can get a tan, lift weights and sleep, all in the same space. Plus, you have two fans (ceiling and floor) to cool you off if the house is too hot.
The dungeon is one of my all time favorites. The last buyers that looked at this home, didn’t make it out alive. Check out the skeleton chained to the (fake stone) wall or the one laying on the staircase. What about the mummy next to the staircase. And I bet there’s another one in the coffin. The decor is to die for…don’t you think?Orlando Real Estate Photography, Capri Wilbanks