This week's episode was fun, since I love to really get into the character of the houses I represent. When Jas came to me to list his house on El Camino, I wasn't turned off by the rundown condition of the home. Instead, I saw it as a unique opportunity to sell a historical piece of land in Beverly Hills. I really loved learning the history behind the location of this home, because it adds something special to the value of the land. For this broker's open, I thought it was necessary to educate everyone about the history of this land, as it is not just another street in Beverly Hills. It was also a good distraction from the condition of the house. You have to know how to point out the positives when showing a house. And besides, I love an excuse to get dressed up in clothes from the early 1900s and get driven around in a classic Durant.
While I was thrown back into the 1920s, David, James, and Altman seemed to find each other at their respective listings. Looks like David and James are seeing the same qualities in Altman that I've known about all along. Can't wait to see what happens next.