Posted by: Timothy Ellis (The Tim)

Tim Ellis is the founder of Seattle Bubble. His background in engineering and computer / internet technology, a fondness of data-based analysis of problems, and an addiction to spreadsheets all influence his perspective on the Seattle-area real estate market.

4 responses to “Real Actual Listing Photos: Wheels, Weights, & Weird Bear”

  1. softwarengineer

    The Couch Is for Spectators

    Watching him pump iron?

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  2. Scotsman

    Clicked on the one with the truck. Why doesn’t the listing include info about the cash value of the cherry crop? That could be a major factor in deciding a purchase price. It isn’t just the photos- the whole thing isn’t presented well.

    Many years ago I used to frequent a family business that had sayings from the founder framed and displayed on the wall. One that stuck with me was “An item well displayed is half sold”. How true, then and now- even in real estate. Put a little effort in up front and reap even greater rewards later.

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  3. Raymond

    Scarier than the bear is the lawn visible in the window. Who needs a night-light when you’ve got those super-saturated neon-green colors right outside your window?

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  4. redmondjp

    RE: Scotsman @ 2 – Yup. One would think that if one’s income was derived from the selling of property, that one might learn a few basics of the trade. I’ve learned quite a lot just from watching the ‘stage this home’ shows on TV that I could do a better job than what I see displayed most of the time.

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