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2013-03-05 08:24:17 AM  
Don't forget to change the locks when you buy a house too.  The previous owners could be hiding inside your house right now, even inside your groceries.  And you should install air tight windows throughout house.
 
2013-03-05 08:32:19 AM  
Who else but Quagmire?!
 
2013-03-05 08:36:14 AM  
demotivationalblog.com
 
2013-03-05 08:36:58 AM  
1) At least the wife was not in the said panties at the time.
2) Between the clothes stealer and the razor dropper offer real estate guys, someone is doing house selling rather incorrectly...
 
2013-03-05 08:37:26 AM  
It's going to be awkward when we run into each other doing the same thing.

Hey...my wife's hot.  Don't judge me.
 
2013-03-05 08:38:00 AM  
Oh come on. Who among us hasn't done this? It's a victimless crime.

Well, except for those poor panties. Those poor, sexy, moist panties.
 
2013-03-05 08:38:12 AM  
FTA: "The homeowner - we'll call him William (not his real name) -  spoke exclusively to ARLnow.com last month on the condition of anonymity."

What if his name is really William and they used this "fake" name to throw people off. You'd never know would you?
 
2013-03-05 08:40:54 AM  
Id be really pissed if he did that with my wife's panties. But if he did that with my underwear, I'd actually feel flattered.
 
2013-03-05 08:41:05 AM  

FullMetalPanda: Don't forget to change the locks when you buy a house too.  The previous owners could be hiding inside your house right now, even inside your groceries.  And you should install air tight windows throughout house.


That's good advice, but it surprises me that you'd omit telling new homebuyers about tearing out all the drywall and light fixtures, and the fact that you omitted that makes me think you're maybe hiding something or perhaps even trying to misinform the public. That you could, in fact, be a plant for panty-sniffing real estate agents.

Bottom line, folks: these people caught this agent with a hidden camera. Hidden cameras are your NUMBER ONE THREAT when you purchase a new home. The old owners may have hidden cameras everywhere, in every room, and they're capturing footage of you in your most intimate moments. In ALL of your most intimate moments. And what are they doing with those pictures? Posting them on websites, of course. There are entire web domains that are nothing but hidden cam pictures taken by a home's previous occupants of its current occupants. In fact, if the person you bought the house from seemed a bit too willing to compromise on the price, the question isn't whether or not they ARE taking hidden pictures of you, the question is HOW MANY pictures they're taking and how HOW MANY websites they're posting those pictures on.

So how do you stop that? Well, it's like I said...you have to tear out all the drywall and lighting fixtures, and then replace it with new. Drywall and lighting fixtures are where the vast majority of hidden cameras are hidden. Now, the real concern here is that the contractor you hire might be working with the previous owners, and will merely replace your old camera-infested drywall and lighting fixtures with even more cameras. But it's a risk you have to take.
 
2013-03-05 08:43:49 AM  

Mark Ratner: FTA: "The homeowner - we'll call him William (not his real name) -  spoke exclusively to ARLnow.com last month on the condition of anonymity."

What if his name is really William and they used this "fake" name to throw people off. You'd never know would you?


Good call.  We'll need his picture to verify.
 
2013-03-05 08:44:25 AM  

Pocket Ninja: Bottom line, folks: these people caught this agent with a hidden camera. Hidden cameras are your NUMBER ONE THREAT when you purchase a new home. The old owners may have hidden cameras everywhere, in every room, and they're capturing footage of you in your most intimate moments. In ALL of your most intimate moments. And what are they doing with those pictures? Posting them on websites, of course. There are entire web domains that are nothing but hidden cam pictures taken by a home's previous occupants of its current occupants. In fact, if the person you bought the house from seemed a bit too willing to compromise on the price, the question isn't whether or not they ARE taking hidden pictures of you, the question is HOW MANY pictures they're taking and how HOW MANY websites they're posting those pictures on.


Is this the plot of that last Ethan Hawke movie?
 
2013-03-05 08:44:43 AM  
At one house I looked at, the owner had left a pile of dirty underwear on the bedroom floor. That alone just made me a little sick to my stomach. Then when I went into the bathroom and saw a hairball in the tub that looked like a small cat. Plus she smoked, something. It wasn't tobacco or pot, but there was a haze in the air.
 
2013-03-05 08:44:52 AM  
After twenty years as a residential contractor, I have a policy; ALWAYS assume you're on camera.
 
2013-03-05 08:46:32 AM  
Was that wrong?  Should I not have done that?

\ah, the perks of being a Realtor(R)
 
2013-03-05 08:48:44 AM  
The husband may have been creeped out that the guy was going through his wife's panties, but the wife wasn't. She probably felted flattered by the attention.
 
2013-03-05 08:49:37 AM  
Also, don't forget to purchase your OWN "Dropcam" available through this link and these fine retailers!
 
2013-03-05 08:50:09 AM  

Gifted Many Few: Plus she smoked, something. It wasn't tobacco or pot, but there was a haze in the air


Was it fish?

fwp.mt.gov
 
2013-03-05 08:51:57 AM  
CSS Time -

I had put a house on the market a few years ago.  The house was your run-of-the-mill small ranch house in a decent neighborhood on the southwest side of Indy.  The agent would have these showings at the weirdest times.  He would ask that I not be there at like 9PM on a Thursday so he could show the house.  So I would go walk the dog or visit the neighbors or something.  So, one night, he called and said that he had a showing at 9:30PM on a Tuesday night and asked that I be gone for like an hour.  I took the dog and left the house, but it started raining so I came back to the house, and what did I find?  He was "meeting" with a 17 year-old boy in my living room.  The agent tried to play it off that the kid was interested in the house, but please...I am not stupid.  And to have me leave MY house at odd times so he could do this?
I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.
 
2013-03-05 08:57:21 AM  
"William" and the wife were away at an athletic competition.

/now I really want to know what she looked like.

/stupid agent is stupid.  Wave bye to your career!  Bye bye career
 
2013-03-05 08:59:55 AM  

GalFriday: CSS Time -

I had put a house on the market a few years ago.  The house was your run-of-the-mill small ranch house in a decent neighborhood on the southwest side of Indy.  The agent would have these showings at the weirdest times.  He would ask that I not be there at like 9PM on a Thursday so he could show the house.  So I would go walk the dog or visit the neighbors or something.  So, one night, he called and said that he had a showing at 9:30PM on a Tuesday night and asked that I be gone for like an hour.  I took the dog and left the house, but it started raining so I came back to the house, and what did I find?  He was "meeting" with a 17 year-old boy in my living room.  The agent tried to play it off that the kid was interested in the house, but please...I am not stupid.  And to have me leave MY house at odd times so he could do this?
I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.


That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?
 
2013-03-05 09:02:01 AM  
No pics of the wife so can't tell if it was worth it.
 
2013-03-05 09:04:29 AM  

ongbok: GalFriday: CSS Time -

I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.

That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?


They weren't farking yet when I walked in. I am sure that it was going to happen and that it had probably happened before, but this time I came back too soon.  They were making out.  This is why I called the police!

Also, I don't have a coach.  I haven't had one since college.
 
2013-03-05 09:08:33 AM  

GalFriday: ongbok: GalFriday: CSS Time -

I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.

That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?

They weren't farking yet when I walked in. I am sure that it was going to happen and that it had probably happened before, but this time I came back too soon.  They were making out.  This is why I called the police!

Also, I don't have a coach.  I haven't had one since college.


It was a CSS until onbok brought a coach into it. Now it's just weird.

& complicated.
 
2013-03-05 09:09:06 AM  
He says he installed the cameras after finding a razor blade in his garbage disposal, apparently placed there by another real estate agent.

Okay. Why would a Real Estate agent do this?

I can sell this house for 10k over asking but I have this other serious buyer coming over first. Must make sure they drop out. Here they are now. Hey. Hello. Here's the place. New floors. That roof is less than five years old. This house even has a modern garbage disposal. It's whisper quiet - just listen. Oh jeeze. It's never done that. Well, obviously, this isn't the house for you. I have another listing just three blocks over. Same school district. It's right next to a methadone clinic so you can always get a baby sitter...
 
2013-03-05 09:14:40 AM  
 
2013-03-05 09:15:46 AM  
Just remember that your real estate agent might be sneaking inside while you're away to sniff your wife's panties

If you'd stay at home to sniff your wife's panties you wouldn't have to worry about the real estate agent.
 
2013-03-05 09:16:17 AM  

cleveoh: GalFriday: ongbok: GalFriday: CSS Time -

That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?

They weren't farking yet when I walked in. I am sure that it was going to happen and that it had probably happened before, but this time I came back too soon.  They were making out.  This is why I called the police!

Also, I don't have a coach.  I haven't had one since college.

It was a CSS until onbok brought a coach into it. Now it's just weird.

& complicated.


I know.  Now, I am thinking that maybe I shouldn't be teaching swim lessons and the Y.
 
2013-03-05 09:17:19 AM  

GalFriday: ongbok: GalFriday: CSS Time -

I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.

That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?

They weren't farking yet when I walked in. I am sure that it was going to happen and that it had probably happened before, but this time I came back too soon.  They were making out.  This is why I called the police!

Also, I don't have a coach.  I haven't had one since college.


Damn how did I substitute an a for an u in that? But anyway what do you think he did during all of those other showings?
 
2013-03-05 09:20:40 AM  
www.arlnow.com

I have been in womens underwear for over 20 years!

If you are thinking about selling your wife's underwear, please see me. I have a consistent record of return on all my sales. I will work twice as hard as anyone to get you a fair, above book price for your wife's thongs, string bikini and even granny panties. No one on the near east side can match my sales numbers. I have access to the foreign markets and can get you a reliable appraisal sometimes within 24 hours. Don't close the deal until you talk to me!  I also have a large folio of undergarments that are priced to move. If you see something at the stores or strip clubs and you think your wife would look good in it, call me! I can get your wife in to almost anything below retail. I'm the 3 percent commission guy!
 
2013-03-05 09:21:30 AM  
Clearly I have missed out on hot sex by not pursuing a career in real estate....
 
2013-03-05 09:22:42 AM  
we will use william 4 more times instead of homeowner so as not to confuse the reader.
william will make it more personal...because it is not the real william

signed
william (a real one)
 
2013-03-05 09:29:25 AM  

ongbok: GalFriday: ongbok: GalFriday: CSS Time -

I called the police (this is how I found out the boy was 17) and the agent's boss.  I found out later from the agent's boss that the kid lived down the street from me and the "viewings" coincided with times that he could sneak away from his house.
I cancelled my contract with the real estate company and got someone else to sell the house.

Real estate agents do creepy shiat when then have unsupervised, full-access to your home.

That's not a cool story.

Your agent was ass farking some kid on your coach while you were out walking the dog.
When you came back you never noticed the stank in the air?

They weren't farking yet when I walked in. I am sure that it was going to happen and that it had probably happened before, but this time I came back too soon.  They were making out.  This is why I called the police!

Also, I don't have a coach.  I haven't had one since college.

Damn how did I substitute an a for an u in that? But anyway what do you think he did during all of those other showings?


I know what he did and I typed that part into my Cool Story.  How can you say that it wasn't a cool story if you didn't read all of it.
And then you talk about my coach.
 
2013-03-05 09:29:34 AM  
I used to be an exterminator and run a pest control route. I always left a note telling people what day I would be back but I would find the damnedest things left out (camcorders/sex toys at the bed, drugs, and once, a baby). At apartments I would knock twice and yell "bugman" as I let myself in. In apartment complexes, you learn who is home during the day and who works. One day, I knocked, yelled, and walked in on a shocked, naked, headphone wearing man who had a porno flick on the tv. He was not happy but never called the management to complain about me walking in on him.

/I would have chain-locked the door if I had been him
//But that is just me
 
2013-03-05 09:40:57 AM  
HELLO ARLINGTON, ARE YOU READY TO ROCK?!??

MAKE SOME NOISE AND WELCOME TO THE STAGE

THE BUGLARIOUS TOOOOOOLS!
 
2013-03-05 09:41:40 AM  
Before I pass judgement, I need pics of the wife.
 
2013-03-05 09:44:37 AM  

ottebx: Before I pass judgement, I need pics of the wife.


agreed. if she was all flabby with a frontbutt he needs to be put away for life. if she was kinda milfy then well i can kinda empathize.
 
2013-03-05 10:13:29 AM  
Great. My house is on the market now, and I am genuinely freaked out about this. I was already worried about strangers getting a glimpse of my personal space, and with photos of my family being all over the house, it could be a co-worker or random weird person from the gym now knowing where I live.....now I have to worry about them breaking into my underwear drawer as well???

Thanks Fark!!!
 
2013-03-05 10:20:53 AM  

See My Az Go: Great. My house is on the market now, and I am genuinely freaked out about this. I was already worried about strangers getting a glimpse of my personal space, and with photos of my family being all over the house, it could be a co-worker or random weird person from the gym now knowing where I live.....now I have to worry about them breaking into my underwear drawer as well???

Thanks Fark!!!


Yep, me too.  Plus, all of the agents from the local office are weaselly little wide-boys who look like they've only been out of short trousers for a month.  I trust them even less now.  Added to this, they couldn't be doing a worse job of selling the house.
 
2013-03-05 11:23:07 AM  
Hey, at least it wasn't her shoes. There are real perverts out there to worry about.
 
2013-03-05 11:52:27 AM  

Pocket Ninja: FullMetalPanda: Don't forget to change the locks when you buy a house too.  The previous owners could be hiding inside your house right now, even inside your groceries.  And you should install air tight windows throughout house.

That's good advice, but it surprises me that you'd omit telling new homebuyers about tearing out all the drywall and light fixtures, and the fact that you omitted that makes me think you're maybe hiding something or perhaps even trying to misinform the public. That you could, in fact, be a plant for panty-sniffing real estate agents.

Bottom line, folks: these people caught this agent with a hidden camera. Hidden cameras are your NUMBER ONE THREAT when you purchase a new home. The old owners may have hidden cameras everywhere, in every room, and they're capturing footage of you in your most intimate moments. In ALL of your most intimate moments. And what are they doing with those pictures? Posting them on websites, of course. There are entire web domains that are nothing but hidden cam pictures taken by a home's previous occupants of its current occupants. In fact, if the person you bought the house from seemed a bit too willing to compromise on the price, the question isn't whether or not they ARE taking hidden pictures of you, the question is HOW MANY pictures they're taking and how HOW MANY websites they're posting those pictures on.

So how do you stop that? Well, it's like I said...you have to tear out all the drywall and lighting fixtures, and then replace it with new. Drywall and lighting fixtures are where the vast majority of hidden cameras are hidden. Now, the real concern here is that the contractor you hire might be working with the previous owners, and will merely replace your old camera-infested drywall and lighting fixtures with even more cameras. But it's a risk you have to take.


THANK YOU, PHILIP K DICK.
 
2013-03-05 12:01:23 PM  
FTA: Stephen Brumme, of Silver Spring, Md., was arrested and charged with burglary and possession of burglarious tools...

Burglarious? Is this perhaps a combination of the words burglar and various?
 
2013-03-05 12:07:28 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 12:16:38 PM  
When friends of mine were selling their place some DVDs were swiped during a showing. They weren't out of print or classics or anything. It seemed so odd to me. More valuable items that would fit in a pocket were not touched and the resale value on those movies was probably around $14. Does someone call up realtors and ask to see a place just so they can steal some movies? Was it a crime of opportunity by someone who was genuinely interested in a $750,000 home? It's a weird crime, but I probably wouldn't be surprised if someone who shows houses told me it happens often.
 
2013-03-05 01:28:45 PM  

louiedog: When friends of mine were selling their place some DVDs were swiped during a showing. They weren't out of print or classics or anything. It seemed so odd to me. More valuable items that would fit in a pocket were not touched and the resale value on those movies was probably around $14. Does someone call up realtors and ask to see a place just so they can steal some movies? Was it a crime of opportunity by someone who was genuinely interested in a $750,000 home? It's a weird crime, but I probably wouldn't be surprised if someone who shows houses told me it happens often.


C) Your friends were thinking of the Redbox movies they'd returned earlier in the week.
 
2013-03-05 03:11:30 PM  

Hallows_Eve: 1) At least the wife was not in the said panties at the time.
2) Between the clothes stealer and the razor dropper offer real estate guys, someone is doing house selling rather incorrectly...


All that article tells me is "avoid real estate agents."
 
2013-03-05 06:44:52 PM  
"a razor was found in the garbage disposal..."

Real Estate is really cut throat in DC, huh?
 
2013-03-05 07:17:23 PM  
That's nothing. I once tried to rent a flat in London from this strung-out Scot...that did not end well.
 
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