The house where Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito are accused of butchering Meredith Kercher, has gone up for sale.
Knox, from Seattle, and Kercher, from the U.K., had been exchange students roommates in the cottage in Perugia, Italy for just a few weeks when she was found brutally murdered in November, 2007.In the U.S., sellers are required to disclose if a murder took place in a house. That’s not the case in Italy and the listing makes no mention of the gruesome crime that took place there.
The Amanda Knox Murder House For Sale! Real Estate Agent Makes NO Mention of Killings (It Ain't Required to Disclose That in Italy. Is That Right?!)
Is this what taking a listing means in Jersey?! These two realtors were caught on camera red-handed with their pants down (literally!) by their seller's security cameras. They were doing the nasty several times over weeks! Sellers are suing them for deliberately steering away buyers so they could have a sex playground (ummm, get a motel like a normal person!) and for intentionally over pricing the $650k house so they could continue their secret trysts! Can you believe realtor Lindsay is a former Passaic County Board of Realtors president?! Definitely on Santa's naughty list! Tsk Tsk!
This brave realtor was minding her business at her open house when she recognized the thief her Association has warned their members about. Yikes! I would have fainted right then & there. But cool as a cucumber, she texted her hubby and seller to call 911...and they nabbed him! So nice to have a husband. For us single gals, we have to fend for ourselves! So carry pepper spray!
Desert News reports:
"In 2012, Ashworth was named Coldwell Banker's top sales agent for its affiliate offices in Utah. He is also a recipient of the Uintah Basin Board of Realtors Presidential Award.
The award-winning real estate broker has been sentenced for forging federal termite inspection records and other mortgage documents.
On Tuesday, 8th District Judge Clark McClellan sentenced Kyle David Ashworth to serve 14 concurrent terms of up to five years in prison for his convictions on eight counts of forgery and six counts of communications fraud."
In Today's Episode of Crazy Things Rich White People Do: $2M Mansion in Marin Burns to The Ground The Day of Tenant Eviction! Arson or Coincidence?!
Stalker Kept Diary of 200 Possible Victims (Mostly Realtors!) & Then Tried To Rape One in a Model Home!!
This is our worst nightmare! This can happen to anyone, boys too! This dude stayed at my open house the whole time pretending he wanted to buy. He waited til everyone left, and then told me he did come here for the house. He came for me! ACK!!!
Realtor Mag Reports:
A 29-year-old Bucks County, Pa., man was sentenced to 10 to 20 years in state prison for attempting to rape a real estate agent. Frank Yeager kept a diary of more than 200 names and addresses, Facebook pages, businesses, and churches of possible victims, many of which were real estate professionals, police say. On Nov. 25 last year, police say that Yeager tried to lure a Pulte real estate rep into a secluded model home with plans to rape her.
Yes it is true! New York Times reports that domestic abused women who call 911 too many times are considered a public nuisance and can be evicted by their landlords. Can they do that?!
They could do so under the town’s “nuisance property” ordinance, a law intended to protect neighborhoods from seriously disruptive households. Officials can invoke the measure and pressure landlords to act if the police have been called to a rental home three times within four months.
Sellers Beware of Fake Realtors Who'll Rob You When You Leave The House During The Showing Appointment!!
Sellers, ask for a business card and alert your listing agent when (alleged) agents call you to show your property. You never know what kinda of whack-a-doo you're letting into your home! It is important to give buyers their own space and time to bond with the house, but it is also acceptable for you to wait outside in your car or across the street at your neighbor's.
From Inman: Two women in Houston posing as a real estate agent and a home buyer conned sellers into leaving their homes for showings so the duo could rob their houses, according to police. One of the schemers was being held in police custody Tuesday, and the other was still at large.
Best Laid Schemes of Mice and...Realtors?! Prudential Luxury Agents Sabotage Rival Property With Dead Mice & Snakes!