This has been quite an experience for me. When Jeff asked if I would participate in the filming of the show, I had my doubts, but of course said yes because Jeff is my client and I wanted to help him out. None of us were prepared for the hullabaloo that followed. What is so strange is that having worked with Jeff for almost three years and seen him interact with his staff and with other agents and the buyers that come through his homes, I have never heard anyone say anything negative about him. He is charming, gracious, patient and funny. If you saw him on Ellen, you saw the Jeff I know. Not that he can't be challenging and a bit quirky, but who isn't? Once again, I want to say thanks to those people who wrote in and were supportive and said positive things about Carrie and me.
Selling real estate is time consuming and requires many set skills, not the least of which is being able to compromise for the good of the deal. It is, for me, a 24/7 job, but thank goodness I love what I do and am fortunate to do what I love. Thanks to Jeff, his staff, and Ryan, who keep it all going, and make it fun in the process. If any of you have any questions about LA real estate just send me a note. I hope to see you again soon.
Talk about a snooze fest.. Flipping Out? A disaster.. Can barely get through one episode so quit watching except for Jenny's wedding.
Same ol'. Jeff's tired snarks and facial tics to his maid and hers to his boyfriend.. I guess he has no work.. What a mess.
Too much of his maid who like the other old folks like Elsa and George, think they are major celebs and act out in weird ways to the cameras. ..and now we have Jeff's grandma.. this is getting bad at Bravo.. all senior fillers and no substance in these shows.. Oh yeah sometimes a little violence thrown in between the old folks.
If this is their thing why not have an over 55 show with Ramona as the lead Reality fool?
@Julian3 O M G.... you are as quirky as Jeff....but I like it...you made some valid points...and might have been too hard on the senior siesta that we get to glimpse...i liked that Jeffs Granny made an appearance...I think he wanted the viewers to see where he got his personality... Ok..so a few things that bothered me was Granny saying she would slit anyones throat that let her dog out....that was pretty graphic language and i just wanted to say, "just don't allow workers on your property"...then the matter of her saying this guy "Jessie"was a "lousy"painter..."a realllly lousy painter"....this guy was just blackballed on national tv....what would a woman her age truly know about expertise in painting....or me for that matter, i have never sold real estate, but would if her grandson did not impress me as a realtor...would i have the expertise to say that he knew nothing about real estate...I don't blame Granny, i blame whoever edited this show...it did not showcase her in a positive light....and someone needs to be upset that...it's almost like someone waited for Granny to say things out of irritation or nervousness, and then used that footage...the person who needs to punch someone out is Greg....i hear Granny is leaving her newly decorated home to him...he also needs to find the box Jeff stashed the calico print teddy bears and put them back in that rocking chair....they were probably her tea party guests, when her grandsons were too busy for her...i am a little upset that they went through her house like Grant through Richmond, and took out momentos that gave her comfort....too bad i don't sew....i would replace those bears for Granny....in a nice floral....and maybe send Jeff some too....