Sometimes you are lucky to get realistic sellers, and other times you are not. In taking on this listing, I new how it was going to end, but I was willing to give it a chance. (By the way, the house is still on the market.) Oh let's talk about that Ruth and what a cutie she is... I would take her out on a date! Oh, just wondering, is that normal to take a bottle of wine out of a restaurant in your hand? Didn't think so... anyhow, I wish the seller the best of luck in selling his property. I just saw a copy of my new book and it looks great. Check out www.joshflaggbook.com to purchase a copy of my first book about my amazing grandmother, or purchase my new book about myself!
Thank you :) That answered my question, about last night's episode, that guy should have took the 3 mill offer.... he isn't going to sell that house for that price....:)
I was offended by the Jew/Food /etc .remarks on the segment re: the Havenhurst property which looks like a Marriot gone wrong. The religion and food preferences of some of Encino's inhabitants are totally innapropriate.
I wasn't offended by the food/ Jewish references, he took a marketing ploy and used it to the best advantage for his client. I mean really, has he looked out his door to see the other houses in the neighborhood ? Who puts that much money into a house which will not sell?
In the Old West maybe? They used to say "Just give me the bottle" lol The thing that is confusing most, is, he said he owes people more money than the offer? Well, he won't sell for the amount he wants, it will sit and sit, so how will he pay them back that way? lol Josh, thank you for sharing your grandmother with us! She is amazing, funny, smart, kind, and courageous! I look forward to reading your book, thank you
I am interested in finding out about what has happened to the one with a dog. He was replaced or what. I hope you have no plans to leave the show you are the show, love your Grandmother also.