Warren Damiano (Premier Properties The Damiano Group)

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Mike McCann Nebraska Land Broker
Mike McCann - Broker, Mach1 Realty Farm & Commercial Land Broker-Auctioneer Serving Nebraska - Kearney, NE
Farm & Commercial Property For Sale 308-627-3700

Some of the answers here are hilarious.  The question was would you tell your clients about the snakes.  Me...yes I would.  But not until they had moved far enough away that one of them doesn't injure themselves by needlessly panicking. 

On a side note to the couple of Florida responses on here... we northerners are very accustomed to many types of snakes...including some that are deadly and some that are harmless. Most snake species thrive in the north and I can confidently say that not one of those species has yet to kill me...but a Garter snake will bite even when you are trying to move it away from the mower...and it hurts.

On a 2nd side note...I know of exactly Zero (0) number of "folks" who live outside of Florida that could care less if a particular real estate agent who posted here thinks she can determine whether they are fit to "live in Florida" or not. I do, however, know one (1) real estate broker in Nebraska who will never refer a client to her.

Feb 28, 2015 06:15 AM
Gene Riemenschneider
Home Point Real Estate - Brentwood, CA
Turning Houses into Homes

Yes while I am moving away from the door.  One snake and I am curious to make sure it is not a poisonous snake, but 2 or more and I am wondering about what is going on to attract all those snakes to this house.

Feb 27, 2015 02:16 AM
Elizabeth Weintraub Sacramento Broker
Elizabeth Anne Weintraub, Broker - Sacramento, CA
Put 40 years of experience to work for you

I am with Juli. I would be screaming so loud that the buyers would go deaf or run back to the car covering their ears because my piercing voice is about to break their eardrums. On top of that, they would be holding me in their arms if they're still standing.

Feb 27, 2015 02:37 AM
Dinah Stallworth-Lewis
Priority Real Estate LLC - 318.332.8281 - Natchitoches, LA


I would say' step back we have visitors".   Of course you would  tell them.  That's a given. 

Feb 27, 2015 01:45 AM
Kathy Streib
Cypress, TX
Home Stager/Redesign

While I pride myself on being a tough Texan, I am afraid of snakes. Anyone within a two block radius would have been able to hear my scream

Feb 26, 2015 01:24 AM
Warren Damiano
Premier Properties The Damiano Group - Little Falls, NJ

Annette...I did not say I encountered it yesterday in the snow, I KNOW they were harmless garter snakes, as you can see the photo was taken during the summer, and of course I showed the clients the snakes so they could make an informed decision and we all got a good chuckle out of it...please take a chill pill. Mama Mia

Feb 25, 2015 10:39 PM
Inna Ivchenko
Barcode Properties - Encino, CA
Realtor® • GRI • HAFA • PSC Calabasas CA

I think, they would figure out by my screaming that there is something there, lol.

I heard, that some FL houses have alligators stopping by?

Feb 25, 2015 03:21 PM
Debbie Gartner
The Flooring Girl - White Plains, NY
The Flooring Girl & Blog Stylist -Dynamo Marketers

I would definitely tell them.  And, I'm thinking that's a bad sign...may be lots of rodents and/or insects around.

Feb 25, 2015 07:33 AM
Cindy Edwards
RE/MAX Checkmate - Johnson City, TN
CRS, GRI, PMN - Northeast Tennessee 423-677-6677

Yes!  I would be screaming, no way to get around it.

Feb 25, 2015 06:18 AM
Dipti Thakkar
LAER Realty Partners - Andover, MA
On a team with Praful Thakkar

Why not?

Jul 05, 2018 11:35 PM
Gabe Sanders
Real Estate of Florida specializing in Martin County Residential Homes, Condos and Land Sales - Stuart, FL
Stuart Florida Real Estate

I would let them know as I'm running away.

May 07, 2018 06:28 AM
Ajay Pandya
e-Merge Real Estate Unlimited - Columbus, OH
Realtor Ajay Pandya


Feb 19, 2018 05:13 PM
Dale Taylor
Re/Max 10 New Lenox Illinois http://dtaylor.remax.com - Frankfort, IL
Realtor = Chicago Illinois Homes Townhomes Condos

...back up cool and slowly.  Your Clients will follow your lead.  Reminds me of the Chicago Super Rat who pulled up along the left side of me curb side, like he had met me before.  This Cool-Dude quietly looked to the right and to the left like he's navigated traffic old school, then proceeded across the street into the 2-Flat I planned to tour like he owned the joint.  I turned to the Buyers on my right and said no I don't think so today! 

Mar 29, 2015 11:28 AM
Sharon Altier
Coldwell Banker Realty - Elmhurst, IL
Luxury Property Specialist, CSC, SFR

Yes, one should tell the clients.  There have been stories of homes infested with bugs, as well as snakes (caught that documentary on tv years back...).  Not to say this home was infested, but 4 in a small space may mean they have a home below or could be passing through. Either way, a heads up to potential buyers would be appreciated by them.  If I saw them again, I would probably call the listing agent and give them a heads up.   

Mar 02, 2015 05:04 AM
Tammy Adams ~ Realtor / Podcaster
Maricopa Real Estate Co - Maricopa, AZ
A Maricopa Agent who Works, Lives & Loves Maricopa

I must say there are a lot of interesting responses. LOL.  I have had 4 snakes at my place. So I'd be like, grab the shovel.. LOL

Mar 01, 2015 12:56 PM
Dorte Engel
RE/MAX Leading Edge - Bowie, MD
ABC - Annapolis, Bowie, Crofton & rest of Maryland

Dear Warren,

Was that one of the houses, that was built on top of a hiberarium? Yes, I would tell, as a lot of people are scared of snakes. Not many poisonous ones around here.

Mar 01, 2015 12:29 PM
Jeff Dowler, CRS
eXp Realty of California, Inc. - Carlsbad, CA
The Southern California Relocation Dude

Yep I sure would, but would try to get inside or out of the way first. I'm not fond of snakes and don't care if I ever see them. I would probably also tell the listing agent - perhaps there's are nest nearby?

We do have to be careful of rattlers in our area, especially in the summer

Mar 01, 2015 02:15 AM
Kimo Jarrett
Cyber Properties - Huntington Beach, CA
Pro Lifestyle Solutions

With 4 snakes on the property, I would back away, and have a conversation about the area and the sightings of harmless snakes and determine if that is going to be a deal breaker. If, no, I'll proceed with caution and inform them, if yes, I'll recommend another listing in another neighborhood. 

Feb 28, 2015 06:13 PM
Greg Mona
West USA Realty - Scottsdale, AZ
Professional Real Estate Representation for YOU!

Warren - Sounds like it was a "snake highway" if there were 4 of them all together!  I'd definitely point them out to the buyers so they could decide if they could (occasionally?) lie with them.  At least they weren't rattlesnakes like we have in places here!  I had an experience at a showing last summer when I opened the back door to a home that had sat vacant for quite a while.  A scorpion fell from the top door jamb and landed on my head, then shoulder, then mercifully, the ground.  Luckily it didn't sting me on the way down.  I smashed it under foot.  It didn't seem to bother that particular buyer.

Feb 28, 2015 04:12 AM
Hella M. Rothwell, Broker/Realtor®
Carmel by the Sea, CA
Rothwell Realty Inc. CA#01968433 Carmel-by-the-Sea

If you are in the country, you are bound to come across snakes. The snakes at my property are honored guests, they keep down the insect and bug population. When they lie in the sun like that, they are just warming themselves. However, knowing how many people are scared of them, the listing agent should be told. Maybe just mowing the lawn will make them go somewhere else.

Feb 27, 2015 10:39 PM
Jason Stanley
Stanley Homes Inc - Melbourne, FL
Custom Home Builder

I would walk them out the back door! 

Feb 27, 2015 04:41 AM
Marte Cliff
Marte Cliff Copywriting - Priest River, ID
Your real estate writer

We don't have many snakes around here, so when I see one I tend to be startled. I don't think I've ever screamed, but I do jump. They'd notice whether I told them or not. 

Feb 27, 2015 04:08 AM
penelope lash
Fairfax, VA
Luxury Properties Cabo San Lucas

OMG Warren, this happened to me making my very first sale in real estate. The day before when touring the couple, there was a lizard in the road and the wife said she hated snakes and lizards.

The next day we are on the lot she wants to build her new home on and I spot a dead snake. I casually moved away and lead them in another direction. Made the sale, but I know if she'd seen the snake it would have been a dead deal. Living in Cabo San Lucas, there are lots of snakes so it is an issue to overcome.

Feb 27, 2015 03:50 AM
Lenn Harley
Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate - Leesburg, VA
Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland

I suspect my clients would know something's up when I go to my car to get a long stick and scare the snake away.

If the front area was overgrown, I'd let the listing agent know.


Feb 27, 2015 03:49 AM
Jeff Pearl
RE/MAX Distinctive / LIC in VA - Lovettsville, VA
Full Service Full Time Realtor

Stop, stay calm, try to identify type. Those in pic look like garter snakes which are harmless, and afraid of people as much as some people are afraid of them. We have plenty of them as well as black snakes around here. We're use to them. But just go 2 miles west of here at base of mountain, we have copper heads and rattle snakes which are a different story.

Feb 27, 2015 03:43 AM
Jerry Lucas
ABC Legal Docs LLC - Colorado Springs, CO
Notary Training, Consulting. Colorado Springs, CO

The National Notary Association had a recent story about a mobile notary in Durango, Colorado that went to a customer's home to notarize a document.  The notary opened her briefcase and noticed something reddish-orange moving at the bottom. 

It was a small multi-colored snake.  Red/black/yellow/black color bands.  The customer looked it up on Google and they decided it was a milk snake or king snake, not poisonous.  But it mimics the coral snake, which is poisonous, but has red/yellow/black/yellow bands.

Red next to black is a friend of Jack,
Red next to yellow will kill a fellow.

Coral snakes are not native to Colorado.  Rattlesnakes are our only poisonous snakes.

They took the briefcase outside and let the snake go.

Feb 27, 2015 02:55 AM
Warren Damiano
Premier Properties The Damiano Group - Little Falls, NJ

Yes, that is the actual photo.....you can see one and the tail of the other sticking out that just went under the siding, the other 2 were on the other side of the door. Simple garter snakes, harmless, but it freaked out the client a little as you can imagine.

Feb 27, 2015 02:36 AM
Bob Crane
Woodland Management Service / Woodland Real Estate, KW Diversified - Stevens Point, WI
Forestland Experts! 715-204-9671

Yes, and if they do not run I may even ask them to help get rid of the snakes.

Feb 27, 2015 02:33 AM
M.C. Dwyer
Melody Russell Team at eXp Realty of California, Inc. - Felton, CA
MC Dwyer-Santa Cruz Mountains Property Specialist

If that's the photo of the situation, they were probably just warming themselves up in the sun.    I'd be looking at the type of snake before deciding how to proceed.    But since snakes freak a lot of people out, whether or not they are dangerous, I'd absolutely tell!

Feb 27, 2015 02:29 AM
Theresa Akin

Lived in Indiana with 2 boys who loved to stash them into their pockets. They found a baby garter an wrapped a bandaid around it instead of along the wound. Had fun rearranging that bandaid. He survived another day. That was just a usual happening in the summertime. Then moved to Texas. Not crazy about the venomous ones. Showed a property to 80 year old friend of the hubby. He was interested in one property that needed a lot of work. Mating season in South Texas. Property had high grass so we were cautious tapping at the high grass. I tripped and hit the rail against the house. Heard a distant rattle. Yikes! Looked around cautiously while getting up. No locks on doors because of broken windows. Trouble opening the door and he pushed really hard on the stuck door. Yep! He used his cane to open a little further. He yelled, I flew on the way back to the truck. He got to the truck before me. I  saw 3 big rattlers, he saw more. Found out the house was sitting on top of a snake den. Had enough of houses that day. Got a couple of beers at 10:00 a.m. Finally found a house but the yardwas mowed. and no snakes we could see. Not a fan of venomous or anything that can squeeze me and eat me..

Feb 27, 2015 01:09 AM
Nora Sims
Northern Shadows Realty, Inc. - Sedona, AZ
helping folks like you since 1978!

Once I went to present a contract to a client who had purchased the town of Bubble Bee, a remote location just off the freeway that has an exit sign for Bubble Bee bigger than the town itself. Once I exited the freeway on the way to my client's house, I saw several rattle snakes crossing the road. When I arrived at my client's house and we engaged in conversation, I mentioned that I had seen more snakes driving up to his property than I had seen all my life. He calmly replied "yes, we simply sweep them off the porch". Yikes!

Feb 27, 2015 12:40 AM
Anna Hatridge
R Gilliam Real Estate LLC - Farmington, MO
Missouri Realtor with R Gilliam Real Estate LLC

If I knew what type of snake they were I would just say, 'Oh look, there are lots of garter snakes who naturally take care of insects and mice'.  Won't it be nice not to have to have an exterminator?  This would let me know what their feelings are about snakes.

Feb 27, 2015 12:18 AM
Juli Vosmik
Dominion Fine Properties - Scottsdale, AZ
Scottsdale/Cave Creek, AZ real estate 480-710-0739

I wouldn't have to say anything - the screams would be loud enough to hear a block away!!!  I don't care how "harmless" they may be - they "harmed" my heart!!!!

Feb 27, 2015 12:06 AM
Pat & Wayne Harriman
Harriman Real Estate, LLC (203) 672-4499 - Wallingford, CT
Broker/Owners, Wallingford CT Real Estate

Of course we would tell them, I think it's instinctual for someone to say, "Wow, look at the snakes!" when seeing them. And then beat a hasty retreat...

Feb 26, 2015 11:47 PM
Jerry Lucas
ABC Legal Docs LLC - Colorado Springs, CO
Notary Training, Consulting. Colorado Springs, CO

Enjoy nature in this beautiful home.  Wildlife often seen.  

Feb 26, 2015 11:19 PM
Eileen Thomas
Gainesville, VA
Keeping the economy going, one property at a time!

I can say that I would scream and jump back, probably let loose with a curse word, just like when I saw a dead mouse on top of the stove in a country property.  The funny part of that is when I calll the listing agent he asked me to get rid of it...uh, NO!

Feb 26, 2015 11:07 PM
Myron Lund
Real Estate Directory - Rochester, MN
Serving the Rochester area for 30 years

It is best to tell them.  Snakes probably freak more people out than any other creature, my wife being one.  If this happened to her, she would not even go in the house.  Silly but true.

Feb 26, 2015 10:36 PM
Vicki Temple
O'Fallon, IL

That many that close to the house you will deal with them inside the house for sure. Harmless or not there are too many around!

Feb 26, 2015 10:23 PM
Warren Damiano
Premier Properties The Damiano Group - Little Falls, NJ

AS A FUNNY FOLLOW UP....I yelled in the door to the owner that there were several snakes on his porch...very non-chalantly he said.."Yeah, they are there alot".   I guess he really didn't care about the sale. When the agent called for feedback I told her the story and she didn't seem surprised either? 

Feb 26, 2015 09:23 PM
Pete Xavier
Investments to Luxury - Pacific Palisades, CA
Outstanding Agent Referrals-Nationwide

Yes, I believe in full disclosure.

Feb 26, 2015 01:05 PM
Jill Moog
Coast & Country Homes and Estates, Inc. - Carlsbad, CA
Carlsbad, CA Homes for Sale

I would probably have a heart attack. I'm scared to death of all snakes. It might be one of those snake nest houses?

Feb 26, 2015 09:57 AM
Melinda Merrill
Prudential Montana - Ennis, MT

LMBO.....it has happened to me more than once!!  I always try to smile and say - "Oh look......my grandson would love that if I would bring it back to him......NOT happening!!"

Feb 26, 2015 09:33 AM
Sheila Morales
Kauai Property Shop - Kapaa, HI
Your Kauai Hawaii Agent

This is why I love living in Hawaii - no snakes!!

Feb 26, 2015 05:38 AM
Suzanne Strickler
Realty Mark Associates - Havertown, PA
School is never out for the Successful.

Warren ~ I wouldn't say a word as I leaped into the arms of the client!

Feb 26, 2015 05:08 AM
Cindy Dudley
Brockway Realty, LLC - League City, TX

I would definitely point them out; just like I point out the little lizards that are everywhere down here in the Gulf Coast of Texas.  Curiosity would make me take a picture, google, and post.  While I am terrified of copperheads (I grew up in SC) and rattlesnakes, the little garden (garter) snakes make me smile.

Feb 26, 2015 03:59 AM
Kristin Hamilton CA REALTOR
Berkshire Hathaway California Realty - Beaumont, CA
(909) 557-6966- Specialize 55+ Communties Banning

Warren Damiano 

I would tell the client so we could both step back away from their range. I don't like snakes but would definitely have my trusty phone out so I could get a few good shots as it was slithering away.

Feb 26, 2015 02:49 AM
Lyn Sims
Schaumburg, IL
Real Estate Broker Retired

Well I would because there was this one weird story in IL where the house was built on a mating mound or something odd. They all flock to that area at that certain times of year.


Feb 26, 2015 02:16 AM
Gita Bantwal
RE/MAX Centre Realtors - Warwick, PA
REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel

Interesting post. Actually I just read an article about whether sellers should diclose if there have been snakes in the house, in the sellers disclosure. In some cultures it is considered to be a bad omen.

Feb 26, 2015 01:34 AM
Tracy Lee Parker
RE/MAX DFW Associates - Royse City, TX

Never ran into a snake! I think it would be turn off for most clients, even tho snakes are everywhere, we just usually don't see them. 

Feb 26, 2015 01:25 AM
Bill Kennedy
Keller Williams Greenville Upstate - Greenville, SC
Homes For Sale Greenville SC

I would definitely point it out to them!

Feb 26, 2015 01:23 AM
Arlene Fisher Blaker
FitzGerald Financial Group - Owings Mills, MD
Arlene Blaker Doing business the RIGHT way


And then I would personally run.


Feb 26, 2015 12:48 AM
Annette Lawrence , Palm Harbor, FL 727-420-4041
ReMax Realtec Group - Palm Harbor, FL
Making FLORIDA Real Estate EZ

 In NJ, where temps go below freezing, the chance encounter of a dangerous snake in a residential community is less the winning power ball. The one pictured is a young and harmless black snake or rat snake. HARMLESS.

Here in Florida, the little black ring snakes are what keep the Anole population under control. The Anole keeps the moths and other multi-legged creepy crawly under control. Harmless snakes are beneficial snakes. Now, when you hear a rattle, that becomes an entirely different story.

Too often an up north person, at first opportunity, wants to kill everything in Florida, starting with the essential snakes to the iconic alligator. These people want to turn Florida into a mall, to strip her of her native glory, to deny those who can celebrate what makes Florida special, the opportunity to do so.

The 'test at the door' you introduce gives me the opportunity to determine if these folks should live in Florida. Some really should stay where ever they came from and should not consider the Sunshine State as a destination.

I would say,

"Florida is a glorious place to live. Located on the migratory path that stretches to northern Canada and into the heart of South America. We have the privilege of seeing the very best nature has to offer which also requires of us to be exceptional custodians of our privilege.  This means keeping Florida natural. Part of the environment can be seen in every front and back yard by simply watching what flies and leaps. It is a fragile balance we must maintain which includes foliage and fauna, critters that watch and control other critters, nearly all of wich are harmless to us, but depend on us for sanctuary. Let me introduce you to the keeper of the grounds essential to keeping the lizards and big bugs under control and no chemicals from Monsanto is required. No chemicals, you like that don't you?  Let me introduce Rosencicarobthedilla and Randy."

Feb 25, 2015 10:29 PM
Nina Hollander, Broker
Coldwell Banker Realty - Charlotte, NC
Your Greater Charlotte Realtor

AFter I get up from my dead faint, I'd be running as fast as I could. I'm terrified of snakes!

Feb 25, 2015 09:03 PM
Debbie Laity
Cedaredge Land Company - Cedaredge, CO
Your Real Estate Resource for Delta County, CO

Wow...I've only had one snake ever show up for a showing. If it's a harmless snake, I would treat it like it's not a big deal. Rattlesnakes are rare in my area. This is an extremely rural area, and I think a wildlife sighting on a showing isn't a big deal for the buyers or myself. 

Feb 25, 2015 01:11 PM
Praful Thakkar
LAER Realty Partners - Andover, MA
Andover, MA: Andover Luxury Homes For Sale

Warren Damiano - first things first - safety. So stop moving forward and ask them to go back to the car. And next, yes, disclose!
Now if they like the snakes and you don't, you may still want them to refer out to someone.....at least you'll get paid for referral.... (just kidding, my friend!)

Feb 25, 2015 12:55 PM
Larry Johnston
Broker, Friends & Neighbors Real Estate and Elkhart County Subdivisions, LLC - Elkhart, IN
Broker,Friends & Neighbors Real Estate, Elkhart,IN

I wouldn't say a thing.  I would just turn around and herd them outside before telling them.  Someone may have gotten hurt  from the screaming, yelling and everyone trying to get back out the door.

Feb 25, 2015 12:26 PM
Evelyn Johnston
Friends & Neighbors Real Estate - Elkhart, IN
The People You Know, Like and Trust!

OMG, I wouldn't have to, they would know something is very wrong by my screaming and running away.

Feb 25, 2015 12:04 PM
Rob D. Shepherd
RETIRED - Florence, OR

I hate snakes. The Buyers would not need to be notified as they would see that I just crapped my pants.

Feb 25, 2015 11:10 AM
Debbie Reynolds, C21 Platinum Properties
Platinum Properties- (931)771-9070 - Clarksville, TN
The Dedicated Clarksville TN Realtor-(931)320-6730

That is downright scary. Yes I would tell them to get back away and mostly so I could jump off the porch. If they are baby snakes, where is the momma?

Feb 25, 2015 10:35 AM
Joan Cox
House to Home, Inc. - Denver Real Estate - 720-231-6373 - Denver, CO
Denver Real Estate - Selling One Home at a Time

What do I tell the clients --- I will be right back, have to change some of my clothes!    That would be QUITE scary! 

Feb 25, 2015 09:27 AM
Eve Alexander
Buyers Broker of Florida - Tampa, FL
Exclusively Representing ONLY Tampa Home Buyers

Yes, I tell them to stand back while I clear the path...

My kids would bring snake eggs home to hatch and we always had snakes for pets and even outdoor snakes would occasionally come inside the house on accident

Snakes fear us more.


Feb 25, 2015 07:16 AM
Raoul Loustaunau
EXP REALTY - Phoenix, AZ
urhomefinder.com myvaluetoday.com

yes i would not want them to get bitten , scary ; have a great day

Feb 25, 2015 07:15 AM
Ranee Bray
TCP Real Estate - Cedar Park, TX
North of Austin Homes

I once had a rattlesnake protecting the front walk way as we were trying to get in to meet up with the home inspector 

We just waited for the snake to move along........  they still bought the house.  It's Texas and the snakes convey. 

Feb 25, 2015 06:20 AM
Caroline Gerardo
Licensed in 20 states - Newport Beach, CA
C. G. Barbeau the Loan Lady nmls 324982

oh my I'm not fast enough to say something funny when I'm scared

Feb 25, 2015 06:14 AM
Michael Jacobs
Pasadena, CA
Pasadena And Southern California 818.516.4393

Warren -- of course, tell them -- I have had people get freaked out by domesticated animals in the house(dogs/cats/birds).   

Feb 25, 2015 06:06 AM
Bill Dandridge
MKB, Realtors - Roanoke, VA
GREEN, ABR, GRI, EcoBroker

It would depend if I had the key to the door in my hand. If I did, I would open the door and tell them to hustle in. If the key was still in the lockbox, I would tell them and give them the option to step back while I retrieved the key.

Feb 25, 2015 05:51 AM
Ron and Alexandra Seigel
Napa Consultants - Carpinteria, CA
Luxury Real Estate Branding, Marketing & Strategy


They are harmless garter snakes, and yes I would tell them.  Sorry that the client got scared, obviously this is not the house for them.  A

Feb 25, 2015 05:38 AM
Warren Damiano
Premier Properties The Damiano Group - Little Falls, NJ

No, not poisonous.....just a couple of Garter snakes. Harmless, but it scared the client not into buying the home. It's like they were guarding the entrance. It was hot and they came from under the siding. I told the owner and he very non-chalantly said.."yeah..I know, I seem them alot"

Feb 25, 2015 04:55 AM
Melinda Merrill
Prudential Montana - Ennis, MT

Wow!! Talk about make yur heart jump! Were they poisonous??

Feb 25, 2015 04:45 AM
Ron Marshall
Marshall Enterprises - Saint Michael, MN
Birdhouse Builder Extraordinaire

Chief Cook has had bats overhead but never snakes....She wouldn't have to tell the clients because she would have either run off screaming or would have jumped on them to get out of there.....LOL!

Feb 25, 2015 04:30 AM
Jill Murty, Realtor - Orange County, CA
Movoto - Laguna Niguel, CA

I'd definitely tell them.  As we're speeding away from the scene.  

Feb 25, 2015 04:29 AM
Kevin J. May
Florida Supreme Realty - Hobe Sound, FL
Serving the Treasure & Paradise Coasts of Florida

I have to tell them, especially if they're from anywhere North of the Mason-Dixon Line. I don't believe I could hold two grown adults on my shoulders like I did with the kids Warren Damiano.  

Feb 25, 2015 04:25 AM
William Feela
Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.

Yes...I don't care for mouth tho mouth while on showings.

Feb 25, 2015 04:16 AM