My house is on the market as of yesterday and we have been looking at others close to where we are staying.
Saw what looked to be a fantastic 1850's cottage that backed onto a local small river set on 2200m2. The rooms looked fairly spacious and the land/property looked very neat and well kept.
We got there and were gob smacked at the tallent of the photographer and his photoshop skills.
The trouble was that they totally missed their market with the photos as they were too good.
Most people were disappointed and almost backed out the front gate as it was tragic compared to the photos.
Most of the target clientele would not have showed as they would expect the asking price was grossly underestimated and a ploy to get people through the door.
I know it is not the photographers fault as the market drives the clever/deceptive captures so the tog is just doing what is expected and what pays the bills.
If only the property owners knew or realised it was too much glitter rolling.
Here are a few lenses in waiting when mine is sold
I want to stand as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all the kinds of things you can't see from the center.