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Horribly Photographed Kelowna Home Asks $409K

Horribly Photographed Kelowna Home Asks $409K

Horribly Photographed Kelowna Home Asks $409K
February 04
01:15 2015

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Horribly Photographed Kelowna Home Asks $409K

Kelowna, British Columbia Canada

When looking at real estate we’ve always been told to look past the seller’s personal items, furniture, paint choices, and anything else that can easily be changed.  Sometimes that’s easier said than done.  This $409,900 CAD listing in West Kelowna, British Columbia appears to be a nice and inviting family home, from the outside at least.

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Upon entering the updated family room you’re greeted by just about every baby item you could think of.  No these items aren’t nicely placed, or tucked away, they are thrown all over the room.  Sure it can be hard to sell a home while caring for young children, but it sure will be hard to get a buyer in the door when it looks like this.

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As you enter the updated kitchen it’s as if somebody has emptied every cupboard and drawer and randomly placed the items all over the countertops.  Lets see if you can find the following items: 1) Jar of Salsa, 2) Candle, 3) Snow Globe, 4) Tape Measure, and 5) Happy Meal.  None of these items should be thrown about on the counter of your “on the market” home, okay well the candle can stay but that’s it!

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One of the biggest faux pas when it comes to real estate photos is accidentally (or purposely?) capturing humans in the shot.  The photographer of this photo managed to capture three humans and one dog.  A big no-no. What is the lesson to be learned here?  No photos are better than terrible photos.  Hire a professional and demand your homeowners clean their space before photos are taken. YIKES!  Keep scrolling to see more.

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