People Are Sharing Real Estate Listings From Hell, And Here Are The 26 Worst Ones

If you’ve ever sold, bought, or rented property, you know what a big deal the very first impression is. One step in through the door, and you’ll feel the vibe right away. I mean, a lone sock laying on the ground is forgivable, but a shady mattress, crumbling ceiling, and some questionable shade of paint is enough to make any potential buyer run away.

So you’d think that real estate agents would surely be nailing their property adverts with immaculate pics. You’re wrong. The blog “Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos,” which collects all the bad, the ugly, and the hecking nightmares of real estate pics, is hard evidence that some agents couldn’t care less.

From filthy interiors, prison-type rooms, and trashy décor to unidentifiable objects that send chills down the spine, these are the best of the very worst real estate photos. Immerse yourself in the sea of low standards and be sure to check our previous part 1 and part 2.

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Have you tried turning the room off and back on again?

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Aunt Bessie’s next lockdown project is to knit a conservatory.

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It’s a brick…house…

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Bored Panda reached out to Andy, the creator behind the internet’s beloved “Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos” project, to find out whether the pandemic has had an effect on terrible property pics.

It turns out, the viral pandemic has probably improved the quality of some real estate photography, said Andy, “as there are fewer properties for sale, and therefore more time to get this stuff right.”

Luckily, all the fans of terrible real estate photos can be sure the terrible source is not likely to deplete any time soon. “The universal human instinct for ineptitude has prevailed, so we still regularly receive more than enough terrible examples to share.”


The level of professionalism is definitely improving, and Andy is suspecting his blog may be to blame. “There are fewer accidental mirror selfies and photographer thumbshots.” However, the progress is slow and the creator believes there’s much work to be done in that department.

It seems that terrible property pics are now getting well-earned recognition after Andy exhibited some of the worst examples from “Terrible Real Estate Agent Photos” at the Hamburg Triennial of Photography last year. “We’re pleased to have our work finally recognized as the great art it is, and we now have around 300,000 followers in total across all platforms.”

The website itself received its 15,000,000th visitor a few weeks ago. Andy said he’s happy to confirm that “COVID-19 appears only to have increased people’s appetite for low-quality photography and sarcastic sentiment.”


As the foliage grew in strength and numbers, the cushions made plans to reclaim the ground floor on behalf of all the soft furnishings.

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Lockdown business opportunity: Trampoline helmets.

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Bob’s ability to empty a room was renowned across the children’s entertainment industry.

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“It’s that time of the evening again, just talk amongst yourselves“

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On the 5th day, God gave his preliminary sketches to the couple next door as an apology for all the noise.

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Don’t bugs the let bite bed.

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Don’t be fooled by the bunting.

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The shared courtyard is available for an hour a day, provided you can reach an agreement with the other inmates.

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Misery is having to read someone else’s definition of happiness while trying to unblock a U-bend

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“If the show sucks we can always leave during the interval“

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Zach’s new garden saved him a fortune in hay fever medicine.

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