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For Rent sign misspelling

When one is attempting to convince potential tenants of the quality of their apartment, it might be a good start to check your spelling. Unfortunately, for this landlord, signs don’t come with spell check.

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Matt Kastner

Matt Kastner is an Investment Real Estate Consultant at St. Louis Real Estate Society in St. Louis, Missouri. He is also develops properties on the side through Threshold Properties. When he isn’t representing investors in the purchase or sale of multifamily properties, rehabs, foreclosures and other income producing properties, he is often taking on rehab projects himself. He lives in South St. Louis and has been in the real estate business since 2004.

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2 thoughts on “Featured Pic: Quality advertising”

  • MiamiStreet

    January 20, 2011 at 4:23 pm

    Hilarious sign. Reminds me of one I saw in my neighborhood. There was a hand-written sign advertising an apartment on “Miamie” Street, with an unnecessary ‘e’ in the name. The sign was up for about six months so the landlord clearly wasn’t too sharp.

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    • Matt Kastner

      January 20, 2011 at 4:24 pm

      Yeah, I am sure this kind of stuff happens all the time. Can you imagine renting an apartment from someone like that?

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