16 Times ‘Succession’ Characters Nailed The Role Of Real Estate Clients

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Dying for another season of Succession to air? Thanks to COVID, all we can do is wait!

Since the pandemic has delayed the filming of season three, we thought it would be fun to put the actors to work by having them act out some typical real estate “characters”.

Here’s the cast nailing the role of real estate client:

1) The buyer who doesn’t see the point in getting pre-approved…

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2) The seller who is trying to convince you to list their house way above market value…

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3) When you suggest your seller move their aggressive dog out while the house is on the market…

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4) The seller who allows showings during a two hour window of time, one day a week…

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5) When your seller insists on sticking around for showings…

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6) When the seller leaves so the buyer can look at the house, but they’re taking foreverrrrrr to finish…

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7) When it’s been 24 hours since the first open house and your seller is panicking that you haven’t received a single offer…

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8) The FSBO when you ask if he’s willing to pay a commission if you bring him a buyer…

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9) When buyers have second thoughts about putting in an offer after bringing a parent to see the house they love…

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10) When you break the news to your buyer that they lost in multiple bids…again…

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11) …so they decide to continue renting, after months and months of showings…

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12) The seller with multiple offers, after reading a buyer’s letter about how much they love the house…

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13) The seller who’s insulted by a “low” (but actually good) offer…

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14) The seller refusing the good offer to hold out for more money…

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15) After the buyer and seller both counter with “take or leave it” and the deal blows up…

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16) When your client realizes he’s been a bit too demanding…

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