Top 10 Reasons You Should Date or Marry a Real Estate Agent in 2016!

Posted by Robert DeFalco on Tuesday, December 29th, 2015 at 2:44pm.

If you're single and looking in 2016, might we gently suggest that you consider "real estate agent" a significant plus in your decision-making process of who to date. Not much to add to this list of why you should date or marry a real estate agent, courtesy of the Lighter Side of Real Estate, except we can tell you that if you do decide a real estate agent companion is a fine idea, Robert DeFalco Realty agentsare the best of the best!


  1. You can ditch your shrink and save the money. There’s no better therapist than a real estate agent.
  2. Tax deductible dinners. No need to feel guilty about ordering that bottle (or 3) of Screaming Eagle Cab. Write-offs are an agent’s best friend.
  3. Real estate agents are tough. They don’t give up easily. When the “honeymoon stage” fades, they’re not likely to scram.
  4. Since there’s no such thing as a “sure thing” in real estate, an agent’s hopes are tempered by realism. They take nothing for granted, and they’re practically immune to let downs.
  5. Real estate agents are great negotiators. If you want to vacation at the beach, and he or she prefers the mountains, guess what… yep, go pack your flannels. Which is better anyway — you’ve been to the beach too many times already.
  6. Real estate agents work with multiple vendors, so they’re great coordinators. Think: parties, weddings, reunions, etc. This will lighten your load down the road. You’ll thank me later.
  7. Real estate agents know beauty is more than skin deep. On that note, if one ever tells you that you have “good bones”, it doesn’t mean what you think it does.
  8. Real estate agents are easy to reach at a moment’s notice. They keep their phones on them at all times. Their livelihood depends on it.
  9. Never worry about awkward social situations. Real estate agents are dripping with charm and can relate to all walks of people.
  10. They’re skilled at breaking down complicated stuff into simple terms (ever read a sales contract?!). So when it comes time to talk about feelings and emotions, you’ll know exactly where they stand.
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