It’s hard to figure out exactly what happened here, but I’m pretty sure what we’re looking at are physical photo prints that were digitally scanned on a flatbed scanner.
Then just straight up dumped on the MLS. No cropping, no rotating… Nothing.
At 3 percent commission, this listing agent stands to “earn” $9,870 if this home sells. Maybe they can use some of the money to buy a digital camera, or at least some rudimentary photo editing lessons.
Rotate and crop is a beautiful thing.
“It’s hard to figure out exactly what happened here…”
Seems pretty obvious to me. The pictures have to be small, nudged to one side, and even rotated. Why? So they’ll all fit. I mean, hey, it is in Rhode Island.