Just for the heck of it.
What do you think?
You got them in your yard, they are everywhere. alright.
But do you want to upload picture like that at MLS site?
For me, this pic is a big turn off. I hate that little nasty rodent.
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In a twisted way, I can see how women may think they're cute, and that the property is a must have.
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I like a house with wildlife. Here in San Diego, we have deep coastal canyons that cut through many neighborhoods, with riparian oak and sycamore forests in many of them. I can be at La Jolla Shores beach and literally within 10 minutes be in an ancient oak forest in San Clemente Canyon two miles away. It's pretty cool.
I get songbirds, lizards, possums, racoons, coyotes, skunks, hawks, and owls visiting. I view a house with wildlife to have good energy. Plus, it gives my dog something to bark at.
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Selling a house this way will be a tough nut to crack. Expect a Rocky road ahead cause you'll be going out on a limb. I rodent do this if I was you.
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You'd have to squirrel away a lot of money to afford this one, but I'm nuts about the place.
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I was expecting some squirrelly word play from you guys today.
Seriously, why would you put this pic up on MLS? It takes up space.
It really isn't bad. I don't mind it personally. When I went to college, squirrels were running all over campus. They don't bother humans really. It's better than getting raccoons and skunks like around here. Just do not grow anything that they may eat.
I don't mind critters (hence the name Elliemae); but the goal is to sell the house and it simply shows a railing & some bushes. Not the most professional way to sell a house, I'd say.
I'm shell shocked. The photo seems like false advertising: squirrel bait and switch.