There’s always something to howl about

Just when you think the comedy can’t get any more rich…

So I told them how badly they had screwed up, and, god help ’em, they set about to fix their mistake:

Good grief. How sad…

The Arizona Association of Realtors has some kind of event coming up, too, and, it goes without saying, I’ve been snubbed from that, too.

Listen up, functionaries: It’s totally cool. I’m not going to do anything that gives aid and comfort to any branch of the NAR, nor to any exponent of the co-broke. I’m sure the more intelligent members of AAR and ARMLS might like to hear what I have to say, but — taking account of where your eyes are right now — what do we need you for?

Even so, you have to admit the whole thing is funny…


2 Comments so far

  1. James Boyer March 24th, 2009 6:06 am

    No organization likes to be told they are wrong, or they are heading down the wrong path, so I am not surprised that they did not invite you.

    A year and a half ago I left my old broker, Keller Williams Summit New Jersey, because they were unwilling (in my opinion) to do what was right when it came to dealing with a project and it’s manager at corporate. They did not want to hear that any other company would have sacked the project manager, all they wanted was for nobody to rock the boat. In the end I left, they were happy for the calm pond they were sitting on, and I was happy in my new office, which in my opinion is much more about individual success.

    Keep up the great writing and tell us more about how you are succeeding in staying in contact with the real estate leads you generate, and how you convert them.


  2. Teri Lussier March 25th, 2009 12:21 pm

    >taking account of where your eyes are right now — what do we need you for?

    Exactly. We all need to be asking ourselves that on a continuing basis.