As #houseporn fiends and real estate junkies, there's nothing we love more than poring through fabulous home listings -- except maybe sorting through the tragically un-fabulous ones. They'll definitely make you laugh, and some of them could make you cry. Every week, AOL Real Estate brings you the sorriest listings we could find on the Internet to show you what you should never do when posting your home online. We very appropriately call it #listingfail.
This Week's Theme: Animal-Crazy Listings
First of all: Vegetarians, look away. Secondly, we have nothing against mounting one or two of your taxidermic big-game kills, but a whole room of them is just plain creepy. (Is that an elephant head on the back wall?) This looks less like a home and more like an exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History. That, or the owners of this Florida home want to go on a permanent safari.
Thanks to our friends at Curbed for this epic #listingfail.
Let's just cut the small talk and address the elephant in the room -- or, rather, the dead bear sprawled across the floor. If that doesn't scare off shoppers, there's a backup stuffed bear, plus what looks like a taxidermied cheetah. A word to the wise: If it's dead, it won't help you sell your home.
Thanks to Ugly House Photos for this #listingfail.
So that's where all the deer went! We wonder how this homeowner can get any work done in that otherwise nice home office with all those eyes watching...
Thanks to Hooked on Houses for this #listingfail.
For more hilarious, animal-crazy #listingfails see the gallery below.
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