Steve Westmark knew he had to keep his cool when he found his seller asleep and the house a mess minutes after the open house was scheduled to begin. Little did he know, he’d be dealing with paramedics and questioned by the police in this unfortunate, real estate story. In this episode, Leigh interviews Steve Westmark, from Minneapolis, Minnesota—a realtor who stayed calm in a terrible situation.
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Tune in as we get an insider's look at her journey and her unforgettable experience during a house showing that had not-so-good surprises!Read More
Learn excellent tips for agents and stay tuned to hear a nightmarish story of his days in the property management business, from a manager losing $90,000 to finding two dead bodies in a property.Read More
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