December 21, 2006

HousingPanic (thanks Butch) declares the new name going forward for "REALTORS(TM)". Now known forever more as "real estate clerks"

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Clerks, jerks -- yeah! it works for me!

Anonymous said...

If the rolex fits, wear it.

Anonymous said...

Hi, I'm Todd Tarsen - your real estate clerk

has a nice ring to it!

Anonymous said...

Would you like fries with that NegAmOptARM?

garyk said...

Would you like to supersize your McMansion today?

chris g said...

Many of them actually will be clerks before the end of this all plays out.

nomenclate your... said...

not catchy enough... lacks pizazz.

I'll stick with realtwhore.

:)

Anonymous said...

LOL!!!!! That picture just made my day!

MarkIFC said...

I think Realtwhores is still more befitting--
I'm sorry to say, I was a Realtor once. We had an inside joke that the owners of the real estate companies were the richest pimps in the city. Keep in mind, the Real Estate Agent gets 1/2 or a little more of the commission. The Big Daddy pimps that own the companies get the other half for turning them out on the streets.

Butch said...

Thanks Keith, for the acknowledgement. I just call 'em as I see 'em.

However, I gotta agree with "Nomenclate your" in that it DOES lack pizazz. However, so do the vast majority of real estate clerks.

I'm trying to come up with something more creative. I'll let you know if anything bubbles up to the top (pun intended!).

FlyingMonkeyWarrior said...

"REAL ESTATE CLERK" NAILS IT.

PAPER PUSHER

REALTWHORE

ALL WORK FOR ME.

BUT "REAL ESTATE CLERK" IS HILARIOUS.

Anonymous said...

How can you tell when a real estate clerk is lieing to you? Answer-- When you see there lips start to move.

RC said...

Keith

You forget the (TM) as in
REAL ESTATE CLERK(TM)

Anonymous said...

If the Rolex fits.....shove it!

Anonymous said...

HI, I'm your 6% clerk!

Anonymous said...

I still prefer new/used house salesperson.

brokersleaveyoubroke said...

I think "real estate sales clerk" would be better, it gives me a mental picture of someone in a blue coat behind the counter at a K-Mart.

brokersleaveyoubroke said...

Also, if you call them sales clerks people won't confuse them with file clerks who are actually doing something useful.

Anonymous said...

They will not last long as retail clerk/cashiers either. They will not be able to break the habit of stealing 6% and take all the proceeds collected for sales tax on the purchases!!

Anonymous said...

Real estate clerk?
No way!
Real Estate box-boy?
Real Estate bus boy?
Real Estate deal washer?
Merry Christmas HP&er's
Coconutz!

Ozzie Tim said...

G'day!

Ozzie Time here.

Good oil! I like both phrases. I think they'll all be brown eyed mullets befor the spring.

A mate of mine's got a clerk friend who hasn't had a closing sinee September (that's deadset). His cook's mad as a cut snake, but it stands out like balls on a dog that only a real dill would hold on that long.

This bloke and all the others are going to have to stop all the exy habits and start to fossick for buyers to make a quid. They'll probably find some poor soul who doesn't know Christmas from Bourke Street to fleece. That's the nature of the game.

Me? I'll just enjoy some amber fluid and be a spectator.

Hooroo. Ozzie Tim

mcarleton said...

Many moons ago, I worked as a clerk
at Radio Shack. I think calling
them real estate clerks is giving
the honest clerks a bad name. The
people I worked with would never
sell people into financial ruin.

Anonymous said...

Okay, Real Estate Clucks (tm)

Anonymous said...

Is that cleck saying "UP, UP ,UP"?