What would your dream home look like? Would it be a rustic farm hidden deep in the woods or maybe a penthouse in Manhattan? Would the interior design be more traditional or perhaps a reflection of all the latest trends? While it is fun to think about the perfect house or flat, the reality of real estate listings is far harsher, and the choices are often really scarce. Thanks to a blog called Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos, we want to share with you how, ahem, creative some of the listings can get.
From horror movie-esque semi abandoned flats for rent to excessively unique home decor cases and very impractical architecture decisions, the real estate agents behind these funny ads didn’t even care to fix the places up before snapping the hilarious pictures. The caring levels were so low that there’s also a photo with a live bat in it, a huge pig laying around in the living room and feral horses relaxing in front yards. The most baffling part is that these funny photos were really used to advertise and show the good side of housings to possible tenants.
If you’d like to see how not to give a crap about putting your property up for sale, the list of funny fails below will provide you with an answer and a bonus laugh or two. So scroll down, vote for the worst listing and don’t forget to comment!
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“Have you come to save us, or to join us?“
Wake up Eric, the agent’s here. And for heaven’s sake put some clothes on.
Let’s be optimistic. Perhaps it says "Surprise my coconut".
Best make an early start if you want to reach the sofa before sundown.
A rare opportunity to acquire a sacrificial dungeon simply bursting with original features.
Script idea: Marie Antoinette travels to the 1990s and moves in with a monkey pirate.
Just as it had the great mayan cities of tikal and calakmul, nature slowly reclaimed the Wilsons’ dining room.
Tfw you're halfway through a wash cycle and you decide it would be easier just to sell your house.
Despite his efforts, Ivan never really got the hang of Feng Shui.
In some cultures, a desire for privacy is seen as a sign of weakness.