Question: A seller stands on one side of a river, his Realtor on the other. The seller calls over to his Realtor, who immediately crosses the river without getting wet (and without using a bridge or a boat). How did the Realtor do it? Answer: The river was frozen!
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The answer is $400. (The first buy & sell transaction generated $200 profit and the second buy & sell transaction generated another $200 profit, for a total of $400.)
Life is good… Especially on a Friday! Before you saunter off into the weekend, you’ll want to check out this week’s Realtor’s Weekly Roundup. Here’s what’s inside: Breaking financial news for the week, including tons of housing data. Screech! Home Builders slam on the Brakes! Current mortgage rates as of this morning. Is your zip code 🔥 🔥? You need …
Question: A Realtor describes her daughters, saying, “They are all blonde, but two; all brunette but two; and all redheaded but two.” What is the fewest number of daughters the Realtor could have for this to be true? Answer: Three!
Question: You’re driving down the highway and you come to a fork in the road. One way leads to a guaranteed million dollar listing. The other leads to a tire kicker with a 400 credit score. There are two brothers at the fork who both know where each road leads. One always tells the truth. The other always lies. You …
Your challenge is to get from the entrance to the exit by crossing the blue and red lines. However, you cannot cross the same color line twice in a row. (Hint: you can cross the same line more than once.) Here’s the solution: