If I went to the meat counter at my local grocer and bought a package of hamburger that was two weeks old but marked as packaged yesterday, that would be fraud. If I bought a used car that showed 50,000 km on the odometer but had really been rolled back from 200,000 km - fraud as well. So, why is it perfectly acceptable to do the same thing with houses?H/T to comments at Victoria's Truth.
Wednesday, October 17, 2007
Answer me this?
Quote of the day (regarding the practice of "churning" listings to make it appear like they are "fresher" than they are):