The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Bedrooms) – July 19th
Every week we feature the good, the bad, and the ugly of real estate photography. This week we’re taking a look at how agents are showcasing bedrooms within their listings.
We love to hear your opinions and comments on the worst of the worst and the best of the best! Come it up! Have a great week!
WALL OF SHAME
A Garfield comforter?! SOLD!! Apparently, Garfield has selling strengths so powerful there is no need to even show the room. This Illinois home is listed for $359,000.
- Well that’s an interesting strategy… maybe if the picture is crooked enough, the room will magically appear larger…or maybe people will be so focused on the fact that it’s crooked, we won’t notice that we can’t see much of the actual room! This Michigan home is listed for $390,000.
The main purpose of the photographer better have been to show that screens come with the house, however, they don’t put them on the windows. Lazy people, and it definitely shows in the photograph. This $849,900 listing is located in Missouri.
WALL OF FAME
Vibrant colors and a lovely view make this Florida property eye-catching. This property is listed for $569,000 by Sailfish Point Sotheby’s International Realty. Click the photograph for more on this listing.
This Wisonsin listing gives a ‘comforts of home’ feeling in a beautiful tree-lined setting. It is listed for $875,000 by JoAnn Vetter of Coldwell Banker. Click on the photograph for more on this listing.
- This bright California home is listed for $1,550,000 by Erick Larson of Sotheby’s International Realty. Click on the photograph for more on this listing.
Sound off! Tell us which of these (top, center, or bottom) you think is the best photograph. We’ll tally up the votes and we’ll post the results of the top ten best and worst photographs at the end of each month!