I used to do a lot of real estate photos... The issues I have with are the colors for the exterior and colors for the windows/open door just look off... HDR tends and faux HDR tends to do that... I think it's odd and many realtors hire me because they dont like other photographers over-doing HDR. With that said, I do like the interiors... The living room/kitchen shot, I would crop a bit to get rid of the excess ceiling and floor... As i was trained... if an area of the photo doesn't HELP a photo, then it's hurting a photo and get rid of it. The excess ceiling and floor doesn't help, it just makes the walls and kitchen far away... I'd crop that about 20-30% to make a great panorama. I may even do that for the exterior and get rid of some sky and get rid of part of the cracked driveway. Lastly, while I love that spiral staircase... that looks wonderful, the wide angle makes the hanging light chandelier look VERY distorted and unnatural. I would reposition the camera so either than light fixture isn't in the shot, or nearer the middle so it doesn't warp as much in the wide angle.
I really appreciate your critique and take it very seriously. I would do other aspect ratios and panoramas (I particularly love panorama shots) but the customer always wants 3x2. But I can absolutely crop in to remove the bad sky, cracked driveway and grass. let me know if these re-edits/crops are a little better as far as post processing is concerned. Also, I didn't do any "true HDR" processing with these photos at all. As in I didn't use an HDR processing application to produce the images look. just the basic RAW controls in lightroom to maximize the dynamic range. So i'd say they are kinda, half way hdr since they are "high(er) dynamic range" than just a standard photo.