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Crazy Shit In Real Estate


“When there’s something strange…in your neighborhood…who you gonna call?”—ever since dealing with some ghost-hunting clients and selling a haunted house, Colin Cameron has been singing the Ghostbusters theme song big time.

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Time Stamped Show Notes:

  • 00:39 – Introducing Colin Cameron
  • 01:03 – Colin is operating in Southern Pennsylvania, about an hour from Baltimore
  • 01:50 – 2 years ago is when Colin jumped into the real estate business
  • 02:18 – One Sunday morning, Colin got a call from a pre-approved client, Pam, using a USDA loan
  • 03:10 – Pam wanted to buy a house listed for $ 115,000
  • 03:25 – Right off the bat, Colin could tell Pam wasn’t usual thanks to her email address—“rikihealer”
  • 03:52 –Todd and Pam met at the house
  • 04:08 – As they go through the house, Pam keeps her boyfriend Steve on FaceTime
  • 04:10 – Colin had to sell the house via FaceTime
  • 04:40 – This was Colin’s first sale, they put in an $80K bid, got the house
  • 05:33 – As it turned out, Pam is a ghost-hunter
  • 06:20 – Pam continues to do business with Todd, so they show another house out in the boonies of Pennsylvania—Pam loved the house, Steve wasn’t sure
  • 06:50 – Put in a bid, got the house
  • 07:10 –That’s when Todd starting having trouble getting a hold of Pam
  • 07:20 – Todd went out with his daughter in the grocery store
  • 07:25 – Gets tapped on the shoulder by an acquaintance of Steve
  • 07:30 – He told him that Steve died that day
  • 07:45 – Steve had a heart failure but survived
  • 08:13 – Pam called Todd about the appointment
  • 08:25 – Pam wanted to continue with the purchase because Steve didn’t die
  • 09:44 – They signed the contract and bought the house
  • 10:51 – Pam did pre-occupation
  • 11:13 – They’ve now lived there for 18 months
  • 11:25 – Todd doesn’t know how old the house is
  • 11:54 – Pam figured out that the house is haunted
  • 12:20 – They’re having ghost tours in their house
  • 13:04 – Pam and Steve’s Gettysburg Ghost Exchange
  • 13:15 – Find Colin on Facebook or Google him
  • 13:35 –Are you a listener with a crazy story to share? Ping Leigh at www.noflufftraining.com

Key Points:

  1. Learn how to manage transactions early.
  2. Always try to help your client—no matter how different their lives may be.
  3. Be prepared for your clients’ to die.


Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate Episode 18: Colin Cameron

Aired on:
November 4, 2016

“When there’s something strange…in your neighborhood…who you gonna call?”—ever since dealing with some ghost-hunting clients and selling a haunted house, Colin Cameron has been singing the Ghostbu...

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