I recognize that others may disagree with my opinions, but I'll stand by them until convinced otherwise.
Annette, I love this type of exchange - it's so much more refreshing than what we usually see.
Is it not LESS erroneous than the questioner who omits the address or MLS number?
Fairviewcottage Buyer should call a Spring Lake agent and make arrangements to get the information needed. Now you need to call.
Don't use that 'contact' button.
Don's use those email links provided by Trulia.
There is no way to tell where those links may take you.
If you are serious...CALL
Best of success to you.
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Now, it could be that the day the listing agent went by to take photos, the house was locked up and s/he couldn't gain access. Of course I see that as a b.s. excuse, since s/he could have arranged with the seller to go back another time to take the photos.
To me, personally, an agent does a tremendous disservice to their client when they either don't take photos or take lousy ones. I guess lousy is better than none but still....The vast majority of home buyers these days search for their future property on the internet. If they are like me, I won't even look further at a property unless I see photos.
I've got to say, Fairviewcottage, that in my experience it is rare for a professional Realtor to post a listing without interior photos - but I have seen some. All I can say is "let the buyer beware!"
Emily Medvec, CRS, SRPS
Santa Fe Properties
Experience Buyer Broker and Relocation Specialist
Charlie Probert, Associate Broker
Maria Borden Concierge Real Estate