I imagine the RE agents here on Active Rain must be thrilled to have three seemingly confused juvenile delinquents (they are supposedly somewhat older than that but certainly don't act it) earning hundreds of thousands of dollars while doing what seems to be little or nothing each episode. All three of these "poor little rich kids" use their family contacts and many questionable tactics to squeeze clients out of way too much money for their minimal efforts. This all happens while they drive new "custom" Mercedes and purchase $650 designer tennis shoes between manicure/pedicures and the cocktail hour. I've worked hard to grind my own teenagers into an understanding and appreciation of hard work is and what it returns. I feel undermined when I see these brats move a dual listing for over $300 grand in less than a 24 hour turnaround. I'm sure it is demeaning to professional real estate agents to have these overprivileged and unappreciative youngsters portray your profession in such a petty light...
As if that weren't enough, we are then exposed to each of their personal lives...a primping 30 year old [who looks as if he's 12] proposing his girlfriend [who might look 13] become a live-in,... a sexually confused Malibu boy on a blind date with a same-sex partner set up by "friends",... and an overindulged grandmas-boy who tries desperately to impress his motly group of brat-pack rejects with his drinking skills.
I was sorta wondering what you RE brokers/agents think about this slop...hmmm?
Well, back to the salt mines...actually, I'm a Notary Signing Agent (THANK GOD)!!
"A Quick Note"