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Realtors, What Are Some Surprising Secrets You Have From On The Job?

Do you have to tell the buyer if a murder happened on the property?

Do you currently or have you ever worked in ✨real estate✨?

I'm genuinely curious about what you do, because a lot of the time, real estate is, like...suuuuuper glamorized.

But recently, a TikTok of "the worst New York City apartment" showed us a whole other — and probably more realistic — side of the job.

So basically, we wanna hear all about your on-the-job secrets, stories, and/or wildest experiences!!!!!!!!

Viewed a flat today and I don’t think I’ll ever be able to stop thinking about the back door...

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Like maybe it's common for Realtors to know about murders that took place on properties, but you guys just keep that kind of thing hush-hush.

Or maybe there are certain buzz words you know to look out for when selling a place. (For instance, "charming" almost always equals "tiny.")

Perhaps you have some hacks for staging homes that make them appear a lot nicer than they actually are — like, A LOT.

Or maaaaaaybe you've been a little deceptive in your day and found some devilishly ingenious ways to hide houses' flaws.

Whatever your real estate secrets and stories may be, tell us in the comments below and our favorites may be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post or video!!!