Real estate ad features photos of Bigfoot doing yoga and baking cookies inside the house



Hilarious real estate ad featuring Bigfoot doing yoga, baking cookies and taking a Zoom call at a million dollar California home goes viral

  • A $ 999,000 home in Felton, Calif. Was listed for sale via Coldwell Banker
  • Photos of the property included in the ad show a man disguised as a Bigfoot enjoying several rooms in the house
  • Agent Daniel Oster came up with the idea to spark interest in the property
  • The unusual marketing tactic worked, with 425,000 people already clicking through the list

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A real estate ad has gone viral over hilarious photos that show Bigfoot enjoying the interior of the property.

The Coldwell Banker Listing from the $ 999,000 home in Felton, Calif. Has been viewed nearly half a million times since it was posted last Friday thanks to footage of the elusive monkey-like creature reading, cooking and doing yoga inside the residence.

Photographs of the exterior of the five-bedroom property don’t appear out of the ordinary, until the Sasquatch suddenly appears in the blink of an eye sitting on the house’s wooden deck.

A real estate ad went viral after photos of the property showed Bigfoot taking advantage of its interior. The house, located in Felton, Calif., Is for sale for $ 999,000

Photographs of the exterior of the five-bedroom property - which is set in the middle of a lush green forest - don't seem out of the ordinary

Photographs of the exterior of the five-bedroom property – which is set in the middle of a lush green forest – don’t seem out of the ordinary

Some viewers were surprised to see Bigfoot relaxing on the house's wooden deck while reading a newspaper

Some viewers were surprised to see Bigfoot relaxing on the house’s wooden deck while reading a newspaper

A photograph taken in the home's kitchen shows the domesticated Bigfoot cookies in the stainless steel oven

A photograph taken in the home’s kitchen shows the domesticated Bigfoot cookies in the stainless steel oven

Room to zoom in!  In a clever image, Bigfoot was seen sitting at a dining table during a video chat

Room to zoom in! In a clever image, Bigfoot was seen sitting at a dining table during a video chat

The unusual idea of ​​including pictures of Bigfoot came from Agent Daniel Oster, who believed it would help spark interest in the sale.

Oster also believed the tactic could help lift the morale of Americans amid the coronavirus crisis.

“During our initial photoshoot, the idea for Bigfoot came to my mind. The sellers immediately supported the idea, and we were all hoping that it would bring some lightness to people in their home buying adventure, ”the inventive agent told Bored Panda.

“A lot of people are very stressed now, and we were hoping to lighten people’s days and make them smile. ‘

Oster said he had “a huge interest in people who call to book appointments” and that he “is anticipating offers soon.”

Room to move!  The new buyer will be able to stretch and practice yoga like Bigfoot does in this real estate ad photo

Room to move! The new buyer will be able to stretch and practice yoga like Bigfoot does in this real estate ad photo

Bigfoot is seen inside one of the property's five spacious bedrooms.  Agent Daniel Oster said:

Bigfoot is seen inside one of the property’s five spacious bedrooms. Agent Daniel Oster said: “The sellers immediately supported the idea, and we were all hoping it would bring some lightness to people on their home buying journey.”

“A lot of people are under a lot of stress now, and we were hoping to lighten people’s days and make them smile,” Oster said of the footage.

The listing also features photos without the Bigfoot so potential buyers can see what the property will look like if they aren't interested in sharing the space with the guest of the unusual home.

The listing also features photos without the Bigfoot so potential buyers can see what the property will look like if they aren’t interested in sharing the space with the guest of the unusual home.

While viewers praised the list for its originality, this isn’t the first time someone dressed in Bigfoot has appeared in the list photos.

Last year, Ohio real estate agent Shauna Bailey decided to use an old Bigfoot Halloween costume by having a man dress up as a creature and pose for photos inside. one of the houses she was selling.


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