I’ve really gotten away from my “bread and butter” as far as this feature is concerned!
I used to feature the actual MLS listings themselves, and the write-ups, descriptions, and text that are so full of mistakes and other laughable items.
And then we started to look at the MLS photos, since they’re much more common.
But today, let’s shift back to the “Remarks” section, and look at some of the wackiness that I read each and every day…
This is awesome.
This listing, albeit impressive on its own, is being marketed as an incredible opportunity, if you were to purchase adjoining properties!
It’s like saying, “A 5-bedroom house if you simply add two bedrooms to what is now a 3-bedroom home.”
I hate when I see things like this…
If you’re going to say “renovated and decorated by a high-end interior design firm,” why not actually NAME that firm?
It’s like putting a quote in an article and not detailing who actually said it…
Nothing to see here, folks!
The house is crooked as hell, and sinking into the ground, but the home inspector “isn’t concerned.”
I actually feel bad for the agent who listed this condo at Aura.
He or she seems to have an above-average command of the English language (which automatically gets you a real estate award of some kind…), but doesn’t seem to know the difference between “infamous” and “famous.”
For the record:
Any chance this 1-bedroom condo has FIVE kitchens?
Ah well, mistakes happen!
It’s not like this unit, advertising five kitchens, was owned and listed by a Realtor or anything…
Better safe than sorry on this next one, right?
Disclose, disclose…..ummm….I forget the third one….
This is even worse.
And the description gets worse as you read along.
Why did they stop there? They could have continued, “May Want Gloves. May Want To Shower After. Vomitting A Definite Possibility.”
This actually makes me sad!
For several reasons, in fact:
1) You live in 425 square feet
2) You’re sleeping in the study
3) You can only sleep on a single stationary bed
4) You get a “partial” water view when you look southeast, from your east-facing balcony. Don’t hurt your neck!
And last, but certainly not least, this cute caption for a condo townhouse in King West.
This is more of an “inside joke” for those who enjoy late-90’s slapstick comedy, since this is a clever play-on-words referencing a movie.
So for those of you that read to the end of this blog, how about this……free $50 Home Depot gift card for the first person who can post a comment below with:
1) Name of the movie
2) Full name of the character
3) Actor who played the character
Good Luck! 🙂