What do a bathtub full of produce, a doorway-blocking tree and a backyard noose have in common? Three different sellers thought they'd help entice people to buy their homes.
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Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs blog and book, complete with Donaldson's one-of-a-kind commentary.
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Bathrooms at least 1 bathroom at least 1.5 bathrooms at least 2 bathrooms at least 2.5 bathrooms at least 3 bathrooms at least 3.5 bathrooms at least 4 bathrooms 4.5 or more bathrooms Presented by Don’t answer the door. It’s that tree again. Pretend we’re out. Clean lines, excellent use of light, bathtub full of vegetables. Textbook. The local Neighborhood Watch scheme’s hard line approach has divided opinion. Related: These are the listing photos your nightmares are made of What were these sellers thinking? "Sexy" room edition These 3 homes show some seriously questionable staging choices (staging included) The perfect home for that narcissist in your life, a room that feels like and acid trip, and more Talking really bad listing photos, with the man who made them famous