These Influencers Found the Zillow Houses We Love to Hate

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For those of us who have grown weary of scrolling through Zillow listings, ogling dream homes we could never afford, there is a corner of the internet dedicated to the ones we’d never want.

There’s the $2.5 million listing for a house in British Columbia with amateur biblical frescos on the vaulted ceilings — the Last Supper, Noah’s Ark, Adam and Eve. You get the idea. Jessica More lampooned it on her TikTok account, Zillowtastrophes, telling her 331,000 followers, “Don’t ever let anyone tell you that you can’t find a paying job as a mediocre artist.” Over on It’s That Real Estate Chick, Lauren Matera, a TikToker and real estate broker, mocked a listing for a $15 million mansion in California, asking “What in the Barbie Dream House is this?” when she happened across photos of a purple glass chandelier that looked like “a gigantic upside-down Christmas tree.” And at Zillow Gone Wild, on Instagram, Samir Mezrahi lamented that his…

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