David & James
Bloody hell! The first episode is a call from PeeKay, I thought for sure the farse was over on the last episode. Quit stinking up this show you broke down con man! Apparently, he listened. We never saw or heard from him again. Not a peep from Dorit.
I hate how James just walks right into his client’s house without knocking. What’s up with that? Is it just because he knows production is already in there? Two brothers own the property and it is their first flip. They seem obsessed with yellow light. They don’t like it. They demand that the photographer reshoot the listing photos. They also want to raise the price. James says it is priced to get a bidding war.
Even before the open house there are people interested right away. It is a lovely house. By the open house there are already four offers before they open the doors. They end up with two offers well above asking and close the house for $5.4 million.
Tracy doesn’t know how to print out an offer and has to ask Altman for help? How has she printed out all the other offers? Where is the rest of her group? I remember when this show was a lot more real. I bought into most of it. Now it’s all an hour long fairy tale with some real estate porn sprinkled in.
Altman has a super fancy new listing on Oak Path. It’s eleven thousand square feet and fully staged. It sits on two acres. There is an air plane hanger on the property that has a full gym, there is a pool and a grotto. This should be an easy sell to the right buyer. Mark Walhburg used to own the house. It’s listed for $16 million. Tracy says she may have a buyer.
When Matt goes to the property, all the furniture is gone. Please spare me. Apparently the owners took the staging to another property?
The brokers open went poorly. Where is the furniture? When the Altman brothers meet with their buyer he’s a total prick. Because, production. The acting was poor. They did not get the guy to “return the furniture.” It probably belonged to the previous owner or something. Who knows? Other than the fake printer scene, and a quick stop at the brokers open, that was all we saw of Tracy Malta this week. She had a big storyline last week though.
Josh’s husband brings him a sea salt lamp that is supposed to help with allergies and mood. I wondered what the point of those were, my Ollie’s had a ton of them the last time I was there (sometime in early 2018?) I wonder if they have any left. I wonder when the next time I will go somewhere other than the grocery store will be?
Flagg has a horrible seller who would not listen to him at listing when he said he wanted to price it too high. Now his first offer walked away. Flagg is ready to drop him as a client. His hubby talks him off the ledge.
For unknown reasons, Josh and his husband dress up like ice cream trucker drivers. Apparently, the ice cream truck is supposed to draw in families with children. The price reduction and the ice cream seems to be working.
Flagg and Bobby head off on a date night to Sur la Table. I need to go there I have so many utensils I need. I keep losing things. Like soup ladles and big spoons. How does that even happen? Anyway they are taking a cooking class. I didn’t know Sur la Table offered those. I need a knife skills lesson. I suck at chopping. Either I suck because I hate chopping or I hate chopping because I suck. Josh gets a decent offer on Stradella mid class but the owners are not responding. When they finally make contact, they take the offer.