From the first word of the search, it’s obvious that the house advertised on Google is not a real one.
But how do you tell the difference?
The first thing you need to do is find out what it’s called.
The key to knowing if a house is genuine or not is to look at the terms that come up on the Google map.
When a house or property advertises on Google, it means it’s real, and the house or land is in Melbourne.
So, if you type in “Melbourne house” and see “A real house with no signs of demolition”, you know it’s a real house.
If you search for a house in Perth, “Real house” comes up as the first result, while “Real property” comes first for Melbourne.
You can also type in a city name and see the “real” and “fraudulent” properties listed in the top result.
This will tell you if it’s actually a real property or not.
Google will also tell you which city the house was advertised in, so you can check whether it’s worth buying.
If it is, Google will let you know whether you can get it for cheaper.
If not, you’ll need to get the real house and then find out if the seller is willing to pay the asking price.
If you can’t get the house for less than what you paid for it, you may want to contact the seller for a better deal.
Find out more about how to find fake homes in Melbourne on our Finding a Fake Home guide.