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Old May 26, 2010, 6:38 PM   #21
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Always the danger of becoming 'Unreal' estate photography
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Old May 27, 2010, 12:15 AM   #22
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Let's face the facts that all real estate photography is unreal. Where is the unopened mail, the opened mail, a few of the kids' lunch bags, scattered shoes and cups and plates from a late night snack? If you still like the place with all of that in the photo, you know you can live there.

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Let's face the facts that all real estate photography is unreal. Where is the unopened mail, the opened mail, a few of the kids' lunch bags, scattered shoes and cups and plates from a late night snack? If you still like the place with all of that in the photo, you know you can live there.

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Here you go. And yes that is gold leaf trim around the Italian plaster squares in the ceiling.

And no, it didn't sell in that condition eventually being forclosed on.

(Photographically not the best, just documentation of condition for the bank. Sadly, it was in the same condition during the year prior as he was trying to sell it.)
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