This was just sent out in an email blast to all local agents advertising a $30,000 price reduction on a “One Bedroom Luxury Condo” for sale. It is priced well over $300,000 and the agent stands to earn a commission of almost $10,000. This was the main photo on the e-flyer. I don’t know which part is my favorite – the clothes thrown on the bed or the drapes twirled into a bunch. Perhaps tenants are living in the property and don’t really care how it shows or how it is marketed. But can’t the agent who took this photo straighten up, take the shot, and put everything back how it was? Yes, this same photo is on the MLS, realtor.com, trulia, and probably all the other real estate search sites. How many potential buyers do you think would want to see this “luxury” Hoboken condo based on the photos?