We got a kick out of seeing this line in a recent Manhattan Beach listing: "DON'T LET THE PHOTOS FOOL YOU!"
Hey, isn't that the whole point?
Photos are supposed to put a home in its best light, aren't they? Make rooms look bigger, make dated features look fresh, and generally put a shine to even the darkest corners. Photos may not "fool" anyone, but they had better entice you to come see (and maybe buy) the house. Otherwise, someone's not doing their job.
In that one case (1510 23rd, pictured, just sold for $1.940M), the point of the "don't let the photos fool you" warning had something to do with persuading potential buyers that the home was not just one of many cookie-cutter "Roth built" homes with the same old/same old floorplan and features. No!…