The email to our office read, “Stunning Ocean Beach Villa”, and a link to 2006 47th Ave was included. We were expecting…well….a surprise, you know…a “villa”. Instead, we got your typical Outer Parkside “gem”.
We’re gonna go out on a limb and say that when 99% of Outer Parkside home buyers (and their Realtors) are shopping for homes at or near Ocean Beach, they’re not looking for “villas”. Maybe “Junior 5s” or “Center Patios”, but “villas”? Seems like a little bit of…shall we say…interesting marketing.
But a Pizza Place On Noriega? Now that’s marketing…it’s a pizza place…on Noriega. Genius!
(Yes, the Pizza Place is nearby this listing.)
–2006 47th Ave, Outer Parkside, $849,000.
4 thoughts on “A “Villa” At Ocean Beach? Tisk Tisk. But A Pizza Place On Noriega…Brilliant!”
Huh, seems to me like this type of marketing is just plain bad for consumers.
I question the adjective “stunning” as well. When the picture doesn’t look “stunning,” how many consumers do you think you’ll be able to convince that it is just by saying it?
you can see the edge of the Zephry sign – isn’t this a colleague of yours? :)
It is a colleague, but doesn’t excuse the fact it was called a “villa”.