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Decoded: The Nation's Most 'Unmatched' Listings

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Welcome back to The Brokerbabble Glossary, where Curbed takes a word or phrase that shows up repeatedly in listings and deciphers its true meaning. Ideas? Hit up the tipline.

This house is unmatched! There is no other house like it! It is a MUST SEE—you literally need to view it with your own eyes to even comprehend its true beauty or majesty or whatever it is that makes it so unmatched! But until you get around to doing that, please accept in its place this photo of the world's most ordinary looking house. It basically looks like that.

This is a rare case of the brokerbabble being a little too true. In the shadow of a football stadium is—if not quite unmatched—a very rare location for a house, primarily because it is a terrible location for a house. Depending on whether or not you like football, inside of a football stadium is a great place to be. Outside of a stadium is never a great place to be, unless you are already deaf.

This is a not-so-rare case of the brokerbabble saying a thing that is not a thing that is true.

Ooh, this place almost had an unmatched attention to detail, but it looks like they overlooked one tiny detail which is not to paint a wall that color.
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