Is this the funniest “For Sale” sign ever Owner puts house on market “because the neighbor”s an a**hole”

For homeowners trying to sell their properties themselves, the best advice is usually to keep it simple.

That”s what the experts do when they put up for sale signs – but not these do-it-yourself realtors.

Instead, they”ve taken a more unconventional approach and included extra bits of information… like the neighbor is an “a**hole”.

Would this put you off A seller reveals one small problem with the house - the neighbor

Would this put you off A seller reveals one small problem with the house – the neighbor

This refreshingly honest placard appeared in New Jersey and is one of a collection of ill-advised for sale sign attempts by people trying to market their homes.

It proclaimed: “House For Sale /09/24/article-2207743-152E2269000005DC-958_634x448.jpg” width=”634″ height=”448″ alt=”Old joke: This sign in Texas appears to be put up be someone who thinks they”re about to die” class=”blkBorder” />

Old joke: This sign in Texas appears to be put up be someone who thinks they”re about to die

Tempting: This sign was put up by Ellie Zober, an Oregon woman who found out her husband was cheating on her

Tempting: This sign was put up by Ellie Zober, an Oregon woman who found out her husband was cheating on her

For rent: A flat with a chicken included in the price - it

For rent: A flat with a chicken included in the price – it”s a barg-hen

“I”ve gotten calls from Sweden and Scotland and Ireland and a man from Japan called to buy the house,” she told ABC News Radio.

The family is trying to avoid foreclosure and admits the sign is purely for exposure, although the story is also true.

Unsurprisingly, Real estate agents don”t exactly encourage the DIY approach.

Judy Moore of Re/Max Landmark Realtors told U.S. News : “You wouldn”t go to an amateur to perform an operation on someone. It just doesn”t make sense.”

Health hazard: Buying a house can have many pitfalls, like asbestos

Health hazard: Buying a house can have many pitfalls, like asbestos

A homeowner thought this ironic take on a real estate sign would be funny, saying:

A homeowner thought this ironic take on a real estate sign would be funny, saying: “STD, making sure it”s yours.”

This homeowners insists he is not

This homeowners insists he is not “stupid or desperate” to sell his home. It appears he is

This house is not haunted - or at least the person selling it insists

This house is not haunted – or at least the person selling it insists