this is so crazy. why is not a pictures of the propertyf just picture from the sky there?

Asked by Mara Gonsales, Highland Garden, Hollywood, FL Thu Jan 27, 2011

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Lilli Rachel…, Agent, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fri Sep 28, 2012
There are a few reasons you may not see pictures. One, the property is a foreclosure and they are going to get so much interest they don't need to bother with pictures. Two, agent is lazy/poor customer service. Three, there could be tenants in the house that won't cooperate to let the agent take pictures.
Lilli Rachel Stevens, P.A. ABR, CRS, e-PRO, GREEN, GRI, SFR
Island and Resort Realty
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Allister Lenn, Agent, Orlando, FL
Sun Jun 10, 2012
Sometimes the pictures from the sky are REO's bank owned properties.
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Angel Calzad…, Agent, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Tue Apr 3, 2012
Definetely no picture means no customer service. When we put a property information in the MLS that goes immediately to many Internet sites that even potential consumers in Nagoya, Rawalpndi or Rangoon look at the information but wonder themselves what the property in matter looks like. Is much more common to find people in those areas that think globally more than us over here. If one wants to sell a merchandise, it has to be shown !

Angel Calzadilla
Prudential Florida Realty
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Heriberto Ri…, Agent, Kissimmee, FL
Fri Feb 10, 2012
Which one is the property you are interest to look at? We can assist you on getting pictures or a video for preview.
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Ruth and Per…, Agent, Los Gatos, CA
Thu Jan 27, 2011
To generate interest and a great Open House.

Also, sometimes an agent does so if the property does not show well.

Also sometimes the agent is just incompetent and cannot take pictures and load on MLS.

Generally, there are requirements once you list, as to by when or how many days
you have to have pictures.

For example in Santa Clara County our Board requires pictures up in 3 days.

Call your agent or get in touch with the local board if you want to file a complaint.
If there are no requirements the, they want Buyers to come to the Open House.
Good luck.
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