I recently had a couple of my homes on the MLS Tour and I have to ask, are all Real Estate Agents of the opinion that a home must be perfect to sell? What I am referring to is something as ridiculous as far as I am concerned to be critical of a home that has been vacant for six months because there was a dead bug in the tub. Granted it isn't the nicest thing to see but really, is it necessary to condemn the house as a whole because god forbid there was a dead bug in the tub? Of course I took it out and threw it away but I thought it was absolutely beyond ridiculous to note that on the seller's evaluation form. In another home they criticized the home because it had white paint. Not the condition of the paint, just that it was white. I know we are living in the age of "staging" homes to help them sell but I think sometimes agents evaluate a home on their own biases and decorating preferences rather than the marketability of the house. Any comments on this?
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