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What’s Internet Confusion?

What’s Internet Confusion?

We’ve all experienced it before when something looked amazing online and didn’t quite live up to it’s photos in real life. Over the last twenty years, we’ve all come to learn that you can’t believe everything you see on the internet, especially when it comes to the world of real estate.

  • Modern-day home buyers often run into the issue of internet confusion when looking at homes online. With today’s technology, enhanced photos can make a room look much bigger or brighter than it really is when you tour the home.

While some photos might oversell a home, if photos are taken with poor lighting, a low-quality camera, or from a bad angle, it could really undersell a home. If the photos you see online do an injustice to a home, it may eliminate possible showings and deter a prospective buyer from touring.

When you are in the home buying process, it’s best to keep an open mind and recognize that there are always instances where you might love a home even if you don’t love the photos online. 

With all the general property information out there, there can sometimes be too many similar options online which leaves a prospective buyer struggling to keep everything straight in their mind. As a home buyer, you want to avoid information overload and just focus on a key range of properties you like.

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