Ooh! Lotsa photos! That's all the information I need for my million-dollar purchase. Thanks!(Found by Mosey.)
Why make the effort to post the photos? It's a seller's market. People are just lining up to buy real estate. Prices just keep climbing and climbing and... Huh? The prices are not climbing? Oh. Then maybe you should make your listing a little more attractive.
Seriously? Come on, lazy-arse agent. Wouldn't it have been easier to upload the already-taken photos instead of taking photos of the book and then uploading those?
The pictures look like they are of some sort of report on the property and reports usually aren't done if everything is all "hunky dory". Are those pictures of damage or the pretty things that will make me want to spend $1,000,000.00.
Another sad victim of the controversial Puerto Rican Scanner Embargo of 1997.
What the...? Yeah, nothing says, "Potential Real Estate Scam, right here, right now!" Than some pretty compelling proof that the agent doing the selling doesn't even have access to the property. Not even in the form of someone willing to take actual photos of the digs.
Maybe it's a site like Ebay where they charge more according to the number of pictures you upload.Or maybe the book is actually what they're trying to sell.
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