Sometimes I'm skeptical about how easily a house will sell. I recently shot photos of a 1960s one-story brick ranch-style house that looks like a tough sell. The interior walls were generally discolored by age. Some were damaged. A single, small bathroom served the three-bedroom house. Uneven, cheap flooring throughout. All the fixtures appeared worn out. However, the house was set on many acres of open pastures -- that's really the selling point for the property. I assume the price will be set really low in hopes that some horse lover will fall in love with the acreage and be willing to fix-up the house. The realtor has her work cut out for her on this one.