Homes for Sale 03/12/13 1:00pm Houston Home Listing Photo of the Day: What the Dog Saw by CALwords Interiors, Shepherd Forest 8 Comments Tweet 1103 W. 30th St. [HAR] 77018, Homes for Sale, Interiors, Shepherd Forest
Despite the strange angles the Realtor did manage to show the house better than the other 99% that still use a $50 digital camera they bought on clearance.
Even from that low angle, 1,400 sq ft is still tiny.
@dag – You’d be surprised at the quality of pics you can create with a $50 camera – it just takes a steady hand and a little common sense, which tend to lack on many HAR posts. I have blown up and framed several of my own photos taken with just such a camera, and they turned out nicely.
Every photo taken from the ceiling, or the floor. I’m dizzy.
I personally like the picture looking over the tub, like someone has a secret stalking camera watching you while you are showering.
I particularly liked the photo of the garage that is either missing a roof or has a false front. No matter the cost of the camera, inquiring buyers will ask why this house is priced so high for so little space and a roofless garage.
You can see a metal roof on the garage, and that false front is ridiculous. Everything about this house is ridiculous.
It’s like the financially irresponsible lower-middle-class man’s version of that insane Restoration Hardware overdose house in Meyerland from a few months ago.
I don’t know about “financially irresponsible lower-middle-class.” It looks like somebody loved working on this house, but alot of it was DIY. I would simply want to make sure that the work was up to snuff, which is what good inspectors are for.
I’m not sure why this house is priced so high when it backs right up to the freeway.