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Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate with Leigh Brown

Crazy Sh*t in Real Estate!—a podcast that will shatter the HGTV-induced veneer of real estate, and celebrate the challenges of working in this wild, wacky business.
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Nov 29, 2016

Summary:

If a property goes into the 40+ showing mark and it hasn’t sold, well, there’s probably something that isn’t right. Listen to this episode’s guest, Bunni Longwell, as she talks about her experience with a 40s showing, and how she had to get it right FAST.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:31 – Introducing Bunni
    • 00:43 – Agent for 15 years, located in Florida
  • 01:26 – Bunni’s crazy story
    • 01:39 – The house Bunni was trying to sell had gone through 42 showing—showings she had never been present for
    • 01:55 – Finally, she decides go to a showing
    • 02:20 – On the 2nd floor and  looking out the window, Bunni can see the neighbor wearing nothing but clothes pins on his body
    • 03:03 – Bunni had to do double take to make sure it was real, then she closed all the drapes
    • 03:27 – Bunni called the seller and asked about the neighbor
    • 03:56 – The seller went over and talked to the neighbor
  • 04:02 – Eventually, Bunni was able to put on a contract for the property
  • 05:05 – It’s not always the agent’s fault.
  • 06:23 – Reach Bunni on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook or call at 727 460 8636

3 Key Points

  1. It’s important for realtors to be present at some of the showings, if not all.
  2. If a house isn’t selling, it isn’t always the agent’s fault.
  3. Remember to consider the neighboring properties, and the behavior of their occupants.

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