April 23, 2021

Someone Puts A $999,000 House Up For Sale In California And Takes Some Hilarious Poses As Bigfoot In Every Photo

Every real estate agent will tell you that good photos can make a night and day difference when it comes to selling a home. But is the ‘good photo’ concept understood and seen in the same way by everyone? What is for sure though, a good photo will most definitely draw attention, and adding bigfoot can guaranty you that.

The photos of this house listed for sale in Felton, California look pretty tame at first – and it’s only as you scroll down that you begin noticing Bigfoot himself happily posing in some of the photos. In an interview, Daniel Oster, the listing agent for the property, said he came up with the idea during the initial photoshoot. “The sellers immediately supported the idea, and we all hoped that it would bring a bit of levity to people on their home buying adventure,” said the agent.

Bigfoot’s selling its home in California

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The house is surrounded by trees and looks gorgeous

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The real estate listing has photos of Bigfoot doing lots of everyday things like reading books…

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…baking cookies…

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…and reading even more books. He’s not a Sasquatch but a Smartsquatch

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Here’s Bigfoot video-calling their friend

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And here’s the Sasquatch doing Yoga. We should all remember to move more during the quarantine

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Bigfoot loves gardening

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“During our initial photoshoot, the Bigfoot idea popped into my mind. The sellers immediately supported the idea, and we all hoped that it would bring a bit of levity to people on their home buying adventure,” Oster said.

“A lot of folks are under a lot of stress now, and we were hoping to lighten people’s day and make them smile. At the same time, hoping to spread awareness of their home for sale. And that does indeed seem to be happening. We’ve had an overwhelming amount of interest in folks calling to schedule appointments to see the property. And, we are anticipating offers soon,” the listing agent explained the effects the photos had.

“I’ve been one of the most productive agents in my area since starting my career after college in 2003. I’ve never done anything like this before in my listings. Typically, just focusing on really high-end photography and targeted marketing approaches. With a combination of the right property for Bigfoot and the right timing, this seems to be going viral. I don’t anticipate doing this approach again because it could be overused. But it’s been a great success so far, and I love getting to use a bit of humor to market the property.”

The owner of the house for sale is great with power tools

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Here’s Bigfoot reading a newspaper. Maybe it ran out of books?

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Just chilling on the couch

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Bigfoot takes physical health seriously

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Having a drink of water after all of that exercise

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Bigfoot loves running through the woods and teasing lovers of everything that’s supernatural

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Even Bigfoot’s wearing a face mask, so there’s no excuse not to have one on

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Bigfoot has a hidden musical side

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The house has five bedrooms and three bathrooms and is on the market for just shy of a million bucks—you can buy it for 999k dollars. So if you’re a fan of Bigfoot and recently won the lottery, this might be the dream home for you. The house was built in 1939 but you wouldn’t know it: it’s been renovated and modernized. It’s full of light, it has plenty of wood features, and the walls are painted white and with a soft grayish-brown pastel color.

The 1872-square-foot (nearly 174-square-meter) property is also surrounded by trees, so it’s great for nature lovers.

This isn’t the first time that Bigfoot’s been spotted trying to sell properties. Bigfoot also appeared in 2019’s listing of a house in Ravenna, Ohio. That particular house has already been sold.

Realtor Shauna Bailey was the listing agent and she had bought the Bigfoot costume for Halloween and intended to use it to get some attention for the property. The house owners were all up for using the costume to promote the listing.