You could live in your dream home in Preston for just $750,000-$800,000.

  1. Real Estate places have ads for rentals where they just have a photo of the outside of the block of flats. They shouldve done the same thing with this house.

  2. Around my area sometimes they don't even bother with a proper photograph of the outside of the house. Aerial shot with block dimensions, and some shots of the neighbourhood/city aspects, and that's all.

  3. My sister and I saw this one the other day. Hilarious how they even bothered to take pictures of the inside. The location and the land size are all they needed, the fact that they thought anyone would buy for the actual house is so laughable.

  4. Sometimes they do this on purpose to lure in bargain hunters – then set them off against each other and try to squeeze a better price out of the frenzy.

  5. The funniest thing about that song is that after it was recorded her partner said that the property they inspected that inspired the song was actually in Coburg.

  6. Why not though? Has great transport options that will only get better with the removal level crossings, access to the city is quick and easy. Food and bar options are endless and right on the doorstep of high st and merri creek. Pretty easy to see why the suburb is appealing.

  7. When they get a couple of k's down the road and start trying to tout Thommo as being on the same level is when we need to start throwing riots.

  8. “The age of entitlement is over.” “Just pull yourself up by your bootstraps.” “Maybe if you ate less avo on toast.” “Back in my day, we had to pay over 14% interest!!”

  9. Shit that's in the carpet probably worth a few grand alone. Could start a small drug empire from emptying your first hoover bag.

  10. I'm glad I got a tetanus shot the other week, because otherwise I think I would have got it just looking at these photos

  11. Parents sold a shitty looking dump like this for a similar price due to it's land size and location. It's almost as if location and land size matters.

  12. when you buy a house you get 2 things. an asset that depreciates - the structure. plus something rare and exciting: land. an asset that doesn't depreciate.

  13. You sold me with all the mold on the floor haha. If my house doesn't have mold in it, I don't want it. In all seriousness though, I want to know what happened to the walls/cupboards lmfao

  14. What's wild is that the bathroom and kitchen are the exact same layout as my childhood home in whoop whoop with only minor differences like our overhang was a glass cabinet instead and different lino. It's a dump I want to renovate the hell out of but it's suddenly not that bad.

  15. Well....that's what you get if you're a FHB but you're too shit-frightened or fussy to move to an area with affordable nice houses 🤷

  16. i want to fall off a cliff why is the housing market so fucked, and its just gonna be worse in a decade when i would have any thoughts about buying a house

  17. I’m a 48 year old homeowner, got in 13 years ago when the prices were sensible. Can I say, from the bottom of my heart, I genuinely feel for young people ( and old people) trying to buy or rent.❤️

  18. „ʇı dılɟ ʎllɐıʇuǝʇod pu∀ ˙ʇıɥs ʇɐɥʇ llɐ xıɟ oʇ ʇol ɐ ʇsoɔ ʇ,uoʍ ʇı 'punos ʎllɐɹnʇɔnɹʇs sʇı ɟI„

  19. Honestly, how much do you think this should cost. I would have thought 700-800k is entirely reasonable for a block this size in Preston.

  20. One of the best things I did was move out out Preston, I no longer sleep half awake ready to defend my home. My last year in Preston was 2019 and jesus fuck it got worse and worse.

  21. You're paying for the land not the house. The house is a tiny fraction of the value and Preston for some reason has become very desirable.

  22. Why do people keep posting obvious knock downs and then insinuate the price tag is for the quality of house. You're dumb.

  23. preston is a dump. whole suburb is run down and ugly as fuck. imagine paying 1mil+ to live in such a crap area

  24. My question is why the seller would not just demolish the house? Yeah; it’ll cost an extra 10k or so but seems like it would be better than having photos of this shamozzle.

  25. Bit like Ireland and many other nations around the world, once is a coincidence, twice is playing the stats, the third time is a plan and when it's in more than one place it's a business model.

  26. The worst bit about this is that real estate photos always look better that the actual subject. So imagine how bad it actually is.

  27. Honestly, this may not be everyone's cup of tea but I really like how they make it look like a rundown home that has been abandoned for years.

  28. Dude, looks perfect for that Meth lab I was thinking of setting up! Wouldn't even have to meth up the place before we moved in!

  29. The dad of a friend of mine used to live in a commission flat in Northcote many moons ago. The layout of that flat is pretty much identical to the above, kitchen is to a T.

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