Terrible Estate Agent Photos
Andy Donaldson

Terrible Estate Agent Photos

A collection of grotesque, unpleasant, unhygienic and bizarre attempts to sell and rent property around the world, with sardonic commentary from a faintly unimpressed bystander.  Arranged in broad themes, the book will act as a reminder to the happily housed, a warning to those about to enter the market, and a motivational tool for current and future estate agents."

Book Details:

  • Author: Andy Donaldson
  • On Submission
  • Rights Sold
    • UK: Random House
    • Germany: DuMont

Andy Donaldson

Andy Donaldson was born and grew up in Cults, by Aberdeen, attending Cults Academy and later Glasgow University to study English. With a later degree in Communications from the Robert Gordon University he started work in London as a web copywriter, quickly developing his interest in digital technology, and in particular the way it was changing the ways we communicate. He is currently Senior Digital Manager for a leading financial services company  with responsibility for their digital communications platforms and social media activity. Andy’s previous published works are so far...
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Book Reviews

  • "...has the obvious advantage of being actually funny and wins hands‑down the toilet book captions-of-the-year competition."
    Guardian
  • "Here is a hilarious collection of ineptitude demonstrating a lack of any attention to detail that would no doubt get on the Turner Prize shortlist. This book begins as a laugh and ends as something terrifying — like most things in life."
    Daily Mail
  • "So three cheers for Terrible Estate Agent Photos. They remind us all of how life really is, rather than how the real-estate profession wants it to be. Indeed, I can thoroughly recommend it as an ideal book for the bathroom."
    Daily Telegraph
  • "So three cheers for Terrible Estate Agent Photos. They remind us all of how life really is, rather than how the real-estate profession wants it to be. Indeed, I can thoroughly recommend it as an ideal book for the bathroom."
    Daily Telegraph