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Well at least you had a productive day. Hmm yes aren’t they but then seeing the state of some of the places they sell they have to be a bit creative and inspiringI considered most of those things for about thirty seconds @Woohoo ... then I did two loads of washing and some serious house hunting. I’ve even arranged a viewing ... it’s a long trek from here, but if it’s any good and I can buy it ... that will be a start on the next stage.
Why are estate agents so “over enthusiastic“. It’s a very run down house, a major project and is not a cosmetic touch up as she was trying to tell me.
Set the table ....
....“ wow it’s so clean and tidy and well looked after “, really is that not the norm .
I am shocked, it's basic stuff surely. The toddler well I can't think of anything to say just what on earth ? . I would agree with the translation. So glad I am not house hunting. Rubber gloves and disinfectant by the bucket load by the sounds of it .I once saw a “translation” for estate agent speak ... it was pretty accurate, @Woohoo
A room with a view (of a wall).
Requires modernisation (rip it all out)
Some cosmetic changes ( colour scheme clashes)
Easy maintenance garden (gravel)
I’ve viewed a house where a toddler was walking around naked and squatting on the carpet. Another had partly laid laminate flooring ..none ofthe edging was done. Overgrown gardens complete with plates, clothing and a rotting mattress at one. No ... they are not well looked after and few are clean
Hope the meal with friend was good and the book absorbing. Back to the glossing for me
...Rubber gloves and disinfectant by the bucket load by the sounds of it .