I did show a foreclosure once in a wooded area that had a large family of frogs living in the basement. That was comical. They were jumping everywhere. I assume they made their way in somehow from the outdoors...probably not pets left behind. My buyer did not pursue the purchase of that particular home. :)
I hope not, and carry plastic bags with you in case this happens, oh my. I would exit and call the listing agent as I do when there is so much mold you can't breath. Some of these properties should not be available to the public, they are hazards
What a morbid question! But to answer, I did, and it was pretty vile. We fled the property and the odor immediately and called the listing agent to allow her to have the body removed.
Had my buyer's not been so sensitive I would have grabbed a plastic bag from the car (I always carry a few with me) and removed the body to the outside, at least.
Most banks hire companies to clean out foreclosures before showing so this should not have happened. There was a segment on Fox2 news where a Realtor(R) found 2-3 dogs almost dead in a home. Humane Society (I believe) was able to save them.
Anything like this would have to be reported and of course properly removed.