Wow Edith is soooo funny isn't she? Montana was a lot of work, but it paid off in the end because I got the listing. Selling land all the way out in Malibu is not always so easy as Madison said, especially in this market, but we will see what happens next episode. The fact that I could get all those brokers to that open house shows that if I put my mind to something, I can do it, even if I didn't know the exact boundary lines or water rights for the property. Big deal - I figured it out in two minutes!
Just leaving Madrid for New York, what a beautiful city, but you have to be careful at night time because there are a lot of crazy people out here. Signing out. By the way, I think this show gets better by the week, don't you?
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