Horrible Home For Sale Photos of the Day!

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Snaps photos with tongue; nabs commission
In California, would-be real estate agents have to pass an examination to obtain a valuable, state-issued license.

But there is no requirement that the Realtors know a damn thing about activating a camera or taking a decent photograph.

This fact can have tragic, if hilarious, consequences for homeowners trying to sell their Orange County properties.

There were plenty of nominations but here are today's horrible home for sale photos of the day:


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This photo and the ones below are being used by real estate agents in hopes of selling Orange County homes.

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Real Estate As Speak Old charmer – an old and ugly houseStunning house – the house is not uglyTudor – two bedrooms are in the attic which is not insulated; very hot in summer and very cold in winterCape Cod – styled after Third World slum dwellingsSunny corner lot – noisy intersection of two busy streetsEasy freeway access – noisy arterial street close to freewayLow maintenance lot – no yard; the kids will have to play in the streetMeticulously maintained in the original condition – the appliances are 50 years oldReady to remodel – the house is about to collapse; you will have to invest twice the asking price in remodel before you can move inNewly remodeled kitchen – 50-year old cabinetry and faucets have been replaced with cheap modern equivalentsReady to move in – the interior has been painted with one coat of cheap paintDesirable neighborhood – this little house is extravagantly overpriced because the neighborhood has a snobbish reputation1 car garage – you can drive your Ford Escort into the garage but there is no room to open the doorIn-city living – it is not safe to walk in this neighborhood after darkRecreation room with wet bar – basement has been painted and has a faucetLarge family room – large basementBedroom in basement – basement has a 1′ by 2′ windowLots of storage space – basement too small to be called a family roomPartial mountain view – you can see the tip of Mt. Olympus if you climb the roofTerritorial view – good view of your neighbor’s bedroom windowBuild sweat equity – the house is not inhabitableStorybook – the house is old and the roof is not flatEfficiently designed kitchen – the kitchen is too small to fit two people at the same timeSeasonal creek – muddy ditch across the propertyUsable land – all the trees are gone.Doll-house – tiny place filled with ugly knick-knacks.Country living – too far from anywhere to drive to workCountry in the city – a grotesquely overpriced large lot with a 2 bedroom house built before World War ICozy – not a single room could fit a full size bedThree season sunroom – a small addition the owner did not have enough money to insulateClose to all amenities – the backyard is a shopping mall parkingBeachfront property, complete remodeling in 1996, a steal at this asking price – hurricane Andrew motivated the remodeling; no hurricane insurance available, at any priceMust see inside – the outside is uglyMotivated sellers – subtract 15% from the asking priceEasy to heat – see “cozy”Wildlife nearby – children and pets get ticks and fleasNear transportation – Amtrak train goes through the backyard, every 15 minutes, day and nightPet friendly neighborhood – organic matter constantly deposited in the front lawnNeighborhood watch – your next door neighbor has binoculars trained on your houseJust available – previous owner just died on the premises, hope you don’t believe in ghosts

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