Funny Residential Property Descriptions from The New Yorker

From REAL writer Andy Borowitz of The New Yorker comes Rarely Available which mocks the often laughable property descriptions that I and my colleagues sometimes get a bit carried away with.  Here’s just one example from Borowitz (check out the entire piece for more):

EVERY BREATH YOU TAKE, every move you make, we’ll be watching you in Manhattan’s first 100% glass building, the Residences at the Voyeur. Enjoy astounding views of Manhattan while Manhattan enjoys astounding views of you. No doors, no drapes, no problem! Just 1800+ sq. ft. of exhibitionistic living space, custom-crafted for your see-thru life style, perfect for sophisticated entertaining or just making sex tapes. Sun-drenched living room, sun-scorched master suite, and sun-ravaged kitchen will have you checking yourself for moles. We see you living here, and so will everyone else. $3.4M.

I’ve been quite busy the past couple of days both with the phenomenal experience of Inman’s Real Estate Connect 2008 and…go figure…a very active real estate business.  It’s been difficult to find the time to blog.  Here are 2 links that grant some flavor of the happenings at this year’s Connect:

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