I know, a lot has been said already about finding bad English / mistakes in marketing remarks on the MLS. But I just couldn't pass this one up...
I was searching for BPO comps for a condo in the Southeast part of the City. There aren't many condo developments in that area, so I was limited to 8 comps. The marketing remarks for one listing were fairly OK except for two big ones.
I don't understand how an agent can do something like this and not correct it. Or why someone else in the office doesn't tell them about it. And these days most clients are fairly internet savvy - wouldn't they see this on any number of public web sites and ask their agent about it? This listing has been on market for 46 days.
First of all, this unit has "Stainless still appliances" - I know, Not a biggie. But read on.... "Newer Condo built in 2000 on a cul-de-suck".
Speechless in San Francisco..... (I'm still laughing ;-)
For someone who will market your home the Right Way:
John M. Scott
Broker/Owner - CENTURY 21 Scott Keys Properties
San Francisco, California, USA
John M Scott, Broker / Owner, Scott Keys Properties, Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE), Council of Real Estate Brokerage Managers (CRB), serving San Francisco and the surrounding San Francisco Bay Area