Animals of the MLS

Everyone has that one friend who always maintains a pleasant and easy going disposition no matter what life throws at them on a daily basis. I bet this week's featured pet on Animals of the MLS hasn't had a bad day in his life. Perfectly comfortable to be chubby and lovable the expression on our furry friends face tells you he doesn't have a care in the world and his owners are most likely as cool and calm as he is. I'd go out on a limb and guess this big-boned bulldog hasn't missed too many meals and judging by his closely guarded chew toy he also hasn't missed a lot of opportunities to play. 

Bulldogs may be short and compact but they are thick and heavy. Not necessarily a breed of dog that is known for excitedly jumping up on strangers but if the moment ever struck them they could definitely knock an unsuspecting person back on their heels and perhaps even cause a smaller child to fall to the ground. This is why no matter how friendly an animal may be it's always the best idea to have them kenneled or completely removed for home showings. Potential buyers can be heavily distracted or turned off by the presence of animals. You want home shoppers to get ehthralled with your property, not your pet. 

As for the picture itself, it does absolutely nothing to show a selling feature of the home. The glare coming from the window in the background is not only distracting but blurs any aspect of the entry way. Only because I've been in real estate in Arizona for 18 years I can tell this picture is of the great room area consisting of the kitchen and main living space. However, individuals moving here from out-of-state may not be familiar with our open concept floor plans and would have no idea which part of the interior this photo is suppose to be representing. The real estate agent was kind enough to leave their drink, phone, keys, and paperwork on the counter adding to the already cluttered entertainment unit to the right of the photo. Needless to say, this is one unfortunate and unprofessional picture which never should have been used to market this property for these homeowners. 

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