If you’re looking for a few tips on how not to sell your house, you’ve come to the right place.

Andy Donaldson from Aberdeen, Scotland came across some dodgy real estate photos in his hunt for a new flat in London in 2013 and thought they were too good to ignore.

Donaldson set up the blog ‘Terrible Estate Agency Photos’ and just two years later he has published a book with the same name.

The popular blog receives approximately 100 new images every week and Donaldson said he has a whopping 2,000 more images saved for future publication.

“The photos I am sent come from websites all over the world – from the UK, US, Canada, across Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan and even Kazakhstan,” he said.

Donaldson also said he acknowledges real estate is a difficult job and everyone makes mistakes sometimes.

However, he said he rarely receives complaints from property agents as they generally wish to remain anonymous.

Click here to view his Book on Amazon.


The flush mechanism is elaborate, unorthodox, and spectacular.


Go ahead, that’s just Floyd. He set his alarm for Wednesday.


Sometimes when you lose your keys it’s easier just to buy a new door.


Of the two options, “bless this house” is the more popular.


For a variety of reasons, this is one shower that should be checked thoroughly before use.


It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what this adds to the room, but it certainly adds something.


This one raises a couple of quite urgent questions: Where did they go, and are they still in the house?


Microsoft have released a Real Estate Agent edition of Photoshop, with security features designed to prevent this sort of thing.


No, it’s fine. We don’t go out much anyway.


Oddly, the current occupant has been kind enough to provide a live demo of the en suite.