I find that some realtors are inexperienced with selling, and thus marketing, horse property. It's not uncommon for the only horse-related photos of the property to be a zoomed in shot of the horse on site. Not the barn stalls, paddocks, pipe corral, tack room, hay storage, water and electric hook-ups--just the horse. Um...yes, he's cute, but he's not coming with the property--show us something, I dunno, USEful to us, eh?
Then there are some that swing the pendulum this way.
|Look! Bedding and we even provided...uh...moss? Mold? Styrofoam mountain? Easter grass?|
(At least this place showed the barn and the rafters, as well as the arena. Not the fencing, water supply, tack room, or feed room, but at least evidence there is a place to keep a horse here.)