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The Off Color Jokes, Slang Terms About The Real Estate Being A Pigsty, Nothing To Oink Home About Hurt.

The Three Little Pigs And The Big Bad Wolf Real Estate Broker starts now.

And the homes were not all the smiling home owner pigsame, not thrown together with sticks and twigs, straw or built out of brick either. The first pig's broker Slow Poke showed up after three weeks of calls, office visits, emails and outright chasing him. And eventually he got a sign in the front lawn, a few local ads run. But other than that, no marketing from the Big Bad Real Estate Broker Wolf. So the first little pig sat, waited, fumed and stewed.

The second little pig was a little more fortunate. His Wolf property broker Zippy was a little extra harding working, very sly, crafty at the marketing. But his off color comments about the place looking like a pigsty, and his jokes about the big yard, being able to hog all the land on the oversized lot and to kerplop and slop those spare ribs here did not sit well with pig number two. Neither did his local ad headline about "This Hovel Will Make You Squeal Like A Pig With Joy And Go Wee Wee Wee All The Way Back To Your Apartment."

Lookie loos shown the place and when the little pig finally was able to contact the wolf to ask how it went, only an evil full yellow tooth showing grin and something about lousy debt ratios, poor credit scores growled, snarled, yelped.

Why the wolf did not prequalify buyers first made the pig's tail curl tighter, annoyed him. The wolf remarked something about the buyer porkers looking good enough to eat, not caring if he had the horse power to actually buy or not in the final analysis. Sooey fooey.

The third little pig lucked out. The four legged broker, Humble But Nonetheless Mighty Wolf selling his house, was not part time, stayed in contact. And the images of the place made it translate like a palace on line, not a pigsty dive. The video was quick, helpful, and when he googled the wolf on line, holy barnyard....the guy was everywhere. The little pig felt very comfortable with his wolf agent, and shortly the home sold, he moved away. While the other two little pigs remained on the market, the best kept secret outside of the town limits because of broker neglect, lack of far reaching advertising. The locations in Maine of the three little pigs have been changed, the names of the wolf real estate brokers are purely fictional and do not represent licensed ME REALTORS, agents.

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Comment balloon 5 commentsAndrew Mooers | 207.532.6573 • August 02 2010 07:53AM


It's a good thing the names were changed to protect the guilty. Sure is a toothy pig.

Posted by Scott Baker, Realtor Homes for Sale Cincinnati/Dayton Ohio ( Coldwell Banker West Shell) about 10 years ago

He flosses. Happy as a pig in ...well, you know where. Happy ending for one pig, for the other pair...well, not so.

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 10 years ago

"Holy Barnyard!" What a great post, Andrew!  Thanks for the laugh this morning. Good for the Mighty Wolf!

Posted by Mary Kay Hopkins, e-PRO,GRI,CRS (Mary Kay Hopkins, LLC e-PRO, GRI, CRS, CRB) about 10 years ago

Had a radio program director in Bangor Maine market many moons ago called Mighty John. He was "Humble But Nonetheless Mighty John". He was no pig, ran a tight barnyard and we will number one by a long long margin in the Arbitrons for that guidance, attention to details. Earlier mentor. You needs lots!

Posted by Andrew Mooers | 207.532.6573, Northern Maine Real Estate-Aroostook County Broker (MOOERS REALTY) about 10 years ago

The third little pig had his slop together. (For those not raised on a farm -- slop is what is fed to the pigs) It's all your left overs and anything else that's edible by pigs. They slop it up like crazy.

Posted by Bill Travis, Broker/Owner (Captain Bill Realty, LLC) about 10 years ago

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