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Hidden doors, veggies in bathtubs, a noose—ridiculous listing photos strike again

By BrickUnderground | October 19, 2015 - 2:59PM 

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.

The questionable photos come courtesy of Andy Donaldson, the man behind the Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs blog and book, complete with Donaldson's one-of-a-kind commentary.


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.


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