Sunday, February 1, 2009

A for effort


Leaving a strange yellow puddle on the floor, that would be gross. But cleaning it up? Good for you! (But next time you might want to pick the rag up before taking the photo. Maybe. Possibly.)

7 comments:

Meg said...

The rug is actually covering blood stains. CSi will be there later to take care of that.

dognutmom said...

Well, I think we have all learned from the postings on this site, that real estate photographers are in a BIG HURRY ALL OF THE TIME. Hence, not picking up the rags, or lowering of toilet seats or getting stray people in the shots and all of the other shots that would have taken, like, 3 seconds to fix.

I think the chair in one of the other pictures for that listing made the puddle and was put outside as punishment.

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, you know you are through the looking glass when upon bringing up that listing my reaction was not, "Holy crap, ew to the puddle." but absolute amazement that it was only 300k -- with actually, habitable living space in San Fransisco.

Yes, I was that astounded that something under 500k, that wasn't a condo, is considered something other than a scrape off.

Don't disturb the tenant, eh? The former owner tenant who may have puked in the living room when he/she realized that they could probably afford the darned place now that it is bank owned? That one? Okay.

Callisto said...

I'm not so much disturbed by the rag as I am by the thing next to it, under the table. What is that? Is it it a dog? A large caterpillar? A large bird dropping? A demon? WHAT IS IT?!

burhanistan said...

Eh, why are they so bashful? See one portal to Hell you've seen them all. No need to to a rush cover-up job of your doorway to the lake of eternal tormenting fire.

evaporated said...

I think that's a piddle pad (doggie training pad). Hey, at least he's not peeing on the floor! LOL

Awesome. LOL

Anonymous said...

So cheap!
Because it is a tenant-protected property, meaning you cannot remove the tenant or terminate the lease (generally) until they die/move. So you are paying 299k on the off chance the person will do one or the other. In which case there may be blood stains on the rug.