By popular demand it's "Terrible real estate agent photographs" revisited! Realtors actually posted these pictures of houses for sale on ads.
Whenever houses are being sold we're always curious to see how much people have cleaned them up (because we have gone in many as paranormal investigators). Just look at these houses in actual real estate ads:
Image#1: Would you use this bathroom?
It's too late for just air freshener. The growth in the bathroom looks quite established. This was actually on a a realtor's website as a "selling point." We'd be afraid of flies, wasps, ticks and fleas!
Image #2: Someone actually lived in this room. Really. For some reason, a realtor decided that the "space" was important to show as a selling point. Perhaps after everything is removed and fumigated. They should have done that first!!
Image#3: After the Great Plague of 1665, came the less famous Bubonic Bedroom Blight of 1704. You would think they would paint over it before photographing it...
Image #4: No Extra Charge for the Body.
They should probably have fished the body out of the pool before the buyers move in.
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