Don’t want to buy a house that needs an arrow

Red arrow
I don't want to buy a house which needs an arrow pointing out which one or which bit it is. I want the next house I buy to be individual enough in location to stand out.
Is there anything wrong with that?
When an estate agent takes a photo of a terrace he can usually do it so as to ensure you know which house is for sale. It worries me when estate agents can't manage to take an indentifying photo.
Sometimes they seem to pick strange angles to stand at which means they capture the whole of the building even if you'll only be buying a part. Are red arrows really pointers to the estate agent not taking the right photos?
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