Have you heard of the real estate listing website, Zillow? I'm going to assume you have because usually by the time I find something, everybody else has been using it for a year or ten.
I've noticed that Zillow can be erratic. I've seen listings with no photos, listings with upside down photos, and listings with really bad photos. Why would you post a photo of a water stained ceiling? Or five photos of one bush? This lack of standardization has led me to think there are no Zillow police. And for some reason, this intrigues me....
I'm tempted, for instance, to list a particular neighbor's house. Maybe I could get some new neighbors. Neighbors that would invite me to use their pool and not keep me up all night with their loud parties. Neighbors who would mow their lawn and paint their house a reasonable shade that compliments the houses around it.
Assuming that goes well, perhaps I'll load some photos of the Capitol. Would anyone notice? Maybe I'll list it under foreclosed properties. I wonder if the photos have to be original.
A doll house might be a fun listing.
This adorable move-in ready home has three bedrooms and two baths, but no back wall and watch out for the giant hands....
And now I have to go to work. Ah Monday, how I've missed you. Not. I'd like to post Monday on Zillow.
Have a good day. Be careful out there. Remember, what seems like a good idea today get's posted on Zillow tomorrow. No? It doesn't? Okay. Be careful anyway.