More Real Estate Humour to laugh at, enjoy! Mark
- I have a temporary mortgage. What do you mean temporary? Until they foreclose.
- The sellers told me their house was near the water. It was in the basement.
- My buyers went through debt consolidation. Now they have only one bill they won't pay.
- If you think no one cares you're alive, miss a couple of house payments.
- I listed a maintenance free house. In the last 25 years there hasn't been any maintenance
- Did you hear about Robin Hood's house? It has a little John.
- My agent was always smiling. I didn't think anybody could have that many teeth without being a barracuda.
- If you want to know exactly where the property line is, just watch the neighbor cut the grass.
- A lot of homes have been spoiled by inferior desecrators.--Frank Lloyd Wright
- This country is great. It's the only place where you can borrow money for a downpayment, get a 1st and 2nd mortgage and call yourself a homeowner.
- A man's home is his castle. That's how it seems when he pays taxes on it.
- By the time you pay for a home in the suburbs, it isn't.
- A Modern home is a place where a switch controls everything but the kids, and it has gadgets to do everything except make the payments
- Realtor sign--We have "lots" to be thankful for.
- Realtor: first you folks tell me what you can afford, then we'll have a good laugh and go on from there.
- Trivia: The floors of buildings are called stories because early European builders used to paint picture stories on
the sides of their houses. Each floor had a different story.
- I bought a two story house. One story before I bought, and another after.
- A housewarming is the final call for those who haven't sent a wedding present
- Sign next to FSBO-We shoot every third agent and the 2nd one just left.
- The trouble with owning a home is that no matter where you sit, you're looking at something you should be doing.
- Our new house has one down payment and 240 darn payments.
- Home inspector bringing a ladder into the house, can I help you carry something asks the agent? Yes, my mortgage.
All the best!