OCEAN CITY, NJ — Real estate sales people looking to score — this is not the way to do it.
A letter allegedly written by a real estate agent to an elderly couple in New Jersey is turning heads — because it basically tells the couple they’re crappy neighbors.
The couple got the note in the mail — and when their granddaughter found it, she posted it to Facebook.
In the note, the alleged agent told the couple that they were trying to sell, “million-dollar homes” and that they need to park their car in the driveway, not in their front yard.
According to Philly.com, the neighbors, Bill and Barbara Doughten, have lived there for decades.
Their granddaughter shot back at the realtor in a lengthy response that accompanied a picture of the realtor’s note on Facebook.
In one part of her page-long diatribe she wrote:
“I think it’s safe to assume that your sales aren’t low due to where people park. I’m betting the fact that you’re not doing such a great job selling homes is because you’re a pretentious douche bag. “