August 25, 2008

HousingPANIC Stupid Question of the Day


Why do real estate clerks blog?

A) To help their fellow man
B) As a selfless act of creative expression
C) To share their unbiased wisdom for the good of society

D) To generate leads in order to earn big meaty commissions for doing hardly any work

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

To pretend that they still have a job.

Too bad google ads don't pay much.

jeff said...

If Realtors earn so much why don't you become one?

Savedbya Realtor said...

Because they are on a mission from God.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous jeff said...

If Realtors earn so much why don't you become one?

August 25, 2008 8:14 AM
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Because we want to contribute too and not take from society.

In answer to Keith's question: Option "D"

Cynical Realtor said...

Have you checked out www.happyrenews.com? I am sure most RE bloggers and Active Rainers will embrace it wholeheartedly

Anonymous said...

Man, I wish we could stop associating realtors with ramen noodles...

... I *like* noodles.

peter johnson said...

simply for the reason you do: they think they have something to say.

Anonymous said...

You missed Top Ramen and MuruchinRamen.

My grocer says he cannot keep them in stock and you better buy now before the prices go UP...

Realtors for Ramen, now THERES a platform.

BTW: Who does the NAR suport for President of US?

Lost Cause said...

Traffic-Shanghai Noodle Factory

Anonymous said...

Dude, the Asian brand noodles are much more expensive than Top Ramen / Maruchan. Around $1 a pack... Realtors can't afford that shit these days!

Anonymous said...

They think blogging = marketing = lead generation = 6%. Tools.
FMW

Anonymous said...

Why do yahoo's like you blog? not out of the goodness of your heart, you are always bragging about all the trips you take. Talk about ego!

Jonathan said...

"Dude, the Asian brand noodles are much more expensive than Top Ramen"

That's because they actually taste good. I love going to ranch 99 and stocking up on instant noodles.

Anonymous said...

I have assets of $1.5 million and no liability. I earn over $200k/year and still enjoy snacking on Ramen. :)