Just because this is a small 2 bedroom home in Salt Lake City is no reason to not put an effort into how it is advertised.
The primary photo shows how poorly the exterior is landscaped and, frankly, is not overly flattering to the building itself. The second photo in the spread shows the unit without window dressings in the living room and how very close the neighboring unit actually is.
Photo spreads are supposed to enhance the listing ad, but in this instance the first two make this home look worse instead of better. Not having window dressing is bad enough, but showing how close the neighbors are does not make for a favorable first impression.
Even though the remaining photos are reasonable, chances are that any potential buyer that looked as far as the second photo didn't stick around to pursue this home any further.
Those that do go as far as the description see the headline of "Great remodeled condo with a fabulous location.....".
That is some remodeling job when the very first photo shown of the interior doesn't include any window dressing or even highlight any ability to hang curtains or install blinds without an additional cost and/or effort on the part of the buyer. If that ad said "Needs remodeling" it would be acceptable.
In the remainder of the description, we are told that the "amenities are a hot tub and fitness center", and that the building has a "shared laundry room".
This means that none of these listed "amenities" are within this supposedly remodeled unit.
When you consider that the headline - the first copy a potential buyer sees - is about this "Great remodeled condo" goes on to have NOTHING about exactly what had been remodeled after the first two photos fail to enhance this listing.
Yet, this listing ad shows as having been updated within the most recent five days of finding this.
Sorry, but listing advertisements are supposed to contain reasons to entice a potential buyer to inquire. This one does not.
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