- He once delayed a contract negotiation just to see what it felt like to have a listing on the market for more than a day.
- The food at his open houses doesn’t come from a title company or lender. It comes from Le Cordon Bleu.
- In his spare time, he coded his own IDX solution.
- The best views in his neighborhood are the ones overlooking his house.
- His clients don’t need pre-qual letters. He just attaches a note that reads, “They’re good for it. Trust me.” and signs it.
- You could buy a ticket to witness his listing presentation, if they weren’t sold out all the time.
- His real estate license has reciprocity with the entire galaxy, just in case.
- His MLS still prints one copy of the MLS book so they can send it to him, for nostalgia.
- Don’t worry about inviting him to your Memorial Day party. If it’s good enough, he’ll know about it.
- He has a signed listing agreement for the International Space Station once they stop using it.
- He was invited to the White House, but declined when he discovered they wouldn’t sign a listing agreement.
- He never complains about his NAR dues, because NAR pays him for the pleasure of his membership.
- When he gets a contract on a short sale, the bank calls him for approval.
- He once negotiated a house down to FREE.
- Ever have a listing that you thought would NEVER sell, but it sold right away? You can thank him when you see him.
- If he were to mail a pre-listing packet without any postage, it would still get there
- All real estate trainers attend his seminars
He is… the most interesting man in real estate (credit, n.schwartz)