Should I interfere?
Down the street is a cute (from the outside) house that has been for sale for 85 days. That's pretty long around here (inner suburb Boston) but not unheard of, and the lot is steeply pitched and price is a little high. However I just went to check it out on Ziprealty and there were only 3 pics of the house and those were taken from the outside. Thinking that was weird for something that wasnÃ¯Â¿Â½t a teardown I probed further and the listing agency is this unheard-of crew with a DIY website and they only have one picture of the house (outside curb shot) on their website.
I checked the registry and these are older home owners who own their home outright. So they may (or may not) be aware of the lack of internet presence their home has. And given the marginal-ness of the listing agencyÃ¯Â¿Â½s website I assume that the listing agent is a referral or relative or something or else they would've landed with Coldwell Banker like everyone else.
This being Boston and most homebuyers being technically savvy I think that this is a big hindrance to selling their house, but maybe it isn't. Maybe if the buyers agents felt it was a good fit for their buyer they would've been all over it, internet presence or not.
No pictures says to me that it is a dog and would deter me from touring, but it could be a hidden gem with a bad agent.
Should I walk down there and tell them what I think or get involved?