March 15, 2010

Great deal, great Dutch Angle, all in Hayward

$350,000

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Beds: 4
Baths: 3
Sq. Ft.: 2,161
$/Sq. Ft.: $162
Lot Size: 0.47 Acres
Property Type: Detached Single Family
Style: Traditional
Stories: 1
View: Neighborhood
Year Built: 1952
Community: Alameda County
County: Alameda
MLS#: 81010248
Source: MLSListings
Status: Active This listing is for sale and the sellers are accepting offers.
On Redfin: 4 days
Excellent potential! Huge lot. One house and two studios. Duplex house is rented and one studio. Had approved plans for fourplex. Duplex has been refurbished – new windows, siding, tile, floors, water heaters, appliances and MUCH MORE!!!

Thanks to Burbed reader Ben for this find!

Wow… now this is an amazing deal! Just $350,000 for some prime Hayward property! This is like practically living for free! Light bulbs and alarm bells should be going of for investors!

But wait, there’s more!

Just check out your neighbors!

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Need help with your car? No problem – the guy down the street clearly knows what he’s doing.

Here’s what Ben had to say:

I love reading your blog.  Thanks!
I found a redfin listing where the listing agent must have taken a photography class and learned about the “Dutch Angle.”
The kitchen shot with the cupboard ajar is perfect.

Wow… I wasn’t aware of the Dutch Angle until now! Quick, let’s do a compare:

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Ok… and now a reference pic:

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Wow! That really helps the action quality to the photo! Good job realtor! Maybe next year you can enter into the race for an Oscar!

Comments (4) -- Posted by: burbed @ 5:10 am

4 Responses to “Great deal, great Dutch Angle, all in Hayward”

  1. burbed Says:

    Doh… a double post. This was totally meant for next week.

  2. Herve Estater Says:

    The overuse of Dutch angled shots is probably not even in the top 10 of things Battlefield Earth can be criticized for.

  3. ss Says:

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  4. Alex Says:

    WTF is this? The Leaning Piece of Sh*t of Hayward?


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