i just had to write about this. I find it funny and sad at the same time. I was looking on the MLS to see some competition of my husband/builder, who I represent. These are high end homes in the Rochester, NY area. I stumbled across a new build from another builder, listed at close to $600,000 in a very affluent community. I looked at the photos and laughed out loud. You will never believe what I saw! Looking toward the kitchen there were hardwood floors, stainless appliances, granite etc., and 2 columns graced the entrance way. These 2 round columns announcing the entrance to the kitchen? THEY ARE UPSIDE DOWN! I noticed it right away. I showed the pic to my husband and he was appalled.
My question is this: How many agents would notice? The base, which has notches in it was at the top and the level part was on the floor.
It was glaring and the first thing I noticed. How could the builder not see this? How could anyone else not notice this???
This is a good reason that agents should take a class or two on new construction. (Maybe the builder should too!)