Thursday, May 22, 2008

Realtard of the Month

This is the worst listing I've seen in quite a while. 17097 Spring Canyon is up in Lake hills, Riverside. The home is a 3 bed, 2 bath home that is 3045 sq/ft. The home sold new last March for $676K. The Doofus owner and our Realtard of the month have combined their collective brainpower to conclude that $695k is the number that will get this home sold! The fact that 17080, nearly right across the street and the same floor plan is listed for $389K did not seem to matter for our braintrust.

Now, I think the realtard might have a clue since she obviously put very little effort into the listing. Here is what she had to say about the home.......

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That's right, she had NOTHING to say, not a single word. And YES, those 4 lousy pictures are rotated 90 degrees. Oh, Renee did not put a lot of effort into this one, not much effort at all.

Here,s the actual Redfin listing, and below are the actual 4 pictures (still rotated 90 degrees)







5 comments:

Martin Burtin said...

I like Lake Hills, some of the views are very nice and the homes are purty. Not my idea of functional exactly, there was a lot of wasted interior space. They have some esthetics, however.

But dear gawd, the taxes! I am afraid that if I lived there, one dark night I'd be worrying about paying my taxes and mapquesting my way to sell a pint of blood (I'm probably too old to sell any other body fluid) and I'd forget to set my parking brake. My truck would roll down the hill (duh!) and demolish several other parked vehicles, setting off a chain reaction of rolling, tumbling, gasoline spew'n mayhem that would annihilate Home Gardens when it came to rest. Or would that be an improvement...

Frank Jewett said...

Those hazy sunset shots of the exterior are giving me flashbacks to "Dark Shadows."

Eduardo said...

My neck is sore from looking at these pictures sideways. What is it with some of these agents even considering listing something like this? Some actually do believe in these ridiculous prices that they set. Will we see an end to this any time soon?

golfer_X said...

I think they are taking the listing with the hopes of talking the owner in to lowering the price later. It has to be desperation on hte part of a bunch of starving realtors. However if all of them as an industry would stop listing homes at 2006 prices then the sellers would have no choice but to price at market values. Of course, most of these sellers are so upside down they can't do that anyway without it being a short sale (like the home across the street from this one).

Tyrone said...

Woulda been more apropos if the pictures were upside down.