It’s being sold “as is” and we can only hope that means that the mannequins are included.
Real estate listings provide many of us with the opportunity to get a bit more creative. When it comes time to sell a home, there are all sorts of options to choose from. Some may remember the realtor who decided to dress up as Bigfoot to get the word out about their residence. Gathering bids on a home is no easy task and that’s why it is important to be as clever as possible.
Now, just wait until you see the listing for this complex that is located in South Lake Tahoe. The listing features a 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom upstairs unit with a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, and 1 car garage unit downstairs. The driveaway is long and can accommodate many cars. But the best part of the listing is definitely the photos. In each room of the duplex, dressed-up mannequins are posed elegantly as part of the staging.
While the home could probably use a bit of an update, that is no matter. The real attraction here is all of the mannequins that have been placed in random positions throughout the house. The realtor is not worried either. In their mind, all the home happens to need is a little bit of love and all will be well again.
As the description reads, “With a little love, this duplex has great income property potential.” The mannequins are positioned in such a realistic way, it took us a minute to realize that this is not a party scene.
The 2,116sqft duplex is listed for $650,000 and is “centrally located and close to casinos, beaches, shopping, skiing and the only cinema in town.” It’s being sold “as is” and we can only hope that means that the mannequins are included. They might make for good roommates but they’re going to stiff you when it comes time to pay rent!SKM: below-content placeholder