No. A general rule of thumb is property usually looks much nicer on the internet than it does in real life. Places that look new and well kept can actually be quite tired and battered when you get there. No false advertising, it's just the agents are experts at taking photos that make the best of a place. There are the occasional prooerties where the place actually looks better in real life than in the photo but this is the exception rather than the rule.
hmm but to me that is MY definition of false marketing/advertising, that's like you advertising on ebay for a brand new pair of nikes, then when i purchase it from you, it's actually WORN, what a joke!