Thanks to Elon Musk’s recent buyout of the platform (along with his barrage of tweets), Twitter is back in the news. I’m sure the Twitterverse will soon experience a few growing pains, but right now it’s still as busy as it’s ever been.
We here at The Close thought it might be a great time to share some of the funniest tweets we’ve recently come across, along with a few of our favorite real estate Twitter accounts for you to follow.
It may be a weird time in real estate, but it’s a great time to get your social media marketing strategy set before the holidays are here. Check out some of the top agent tips to improve your social media here.
Funniest Tweets About Real Estate
1. Might as Well Flip a Coin
3. Strange, Indeed
4. Every Single One of Us
5. Hey Girl, Did You Just Say ‘House’?
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6. Animal Kingdom
7. A Bit Steep?
8. You Won’t Even Notice Me
9. Whatever It Takes, Am I Right?
10. This Struggle Is Everyday
11. Understood the Assignment
12. I Feel His Pain
Kid will be great Realtor one day learning to deal with heart break at early age. 😫💔— myvegasportfolio (@vegasportfolio) November 7, 2022
Also, snacks DO a make everything feel better. ☺️https://t.co/D9n5euvxu6#vegas #vegasrealestate #vegasrealestateagent #lasvegasrealestate #lasvegasrealtor #vegasrealtor #lasvegas pic.twitter.com/smkCq2Ophl
13. It Should Not Be This Hard
Honestly, the number of times I've had this experience with real estate clients is astounding. https://t.co/UymB0ZQ3bC— Christopher Linsell (@LinsellChris) September 16, 2022
14. You Know Who You Are
15. It’s Market Value
16. Creative Descriptions
The realtor for this place be like "waterfront wave pool included"— BJJ (@badjokejohnny) November 6, 2022
17. Come to Think of It…
18. Am I Falling Right Now?
It’s a good time to take a break and know you’re not the only one feeling frustrated, and even a little overwhelmed, as we enter unfamiliar territory. But remember, there are people out there who need your guidance to buy and sell their homes. And the rewards are worth the struggle.
In the meantime, you can always count on us to keep bringing you the tools you need to keep you moving forward—and hopefully a few laughs along the way.
But we also want to give you some resources for a little extra boost in your business. We’ve put together a short list of some of our favorite Twitter accounts that you can follow. Some offer up news and information to keep you informed. Others will help you keep your sanity when things get a bit crazy.
Real Estate Twitter Accounts You Should Follow Right Now
1. The Broke Agent
We absolutely turn to The Broke Agent for our daily dose of hilarious. He is the master of memes and he’s just flat-out funny. If you’re not following him, you need to change that right now.
2. The Strip Mall Guy
The Strip Mall Guy posts a lot of fun, engaging, and educational content and likes to keep conversations going. Follow him to stay engaged no matter how long you’ve been in real estate. And he promises he won’t be boring.
3. Chris Linsell
Chris Linsell is an insightful real estate professional, coach, and tech guru who happens to be the head writer at TheClose.com. He loves to ask questions and foster insightful conversations about all things real estate, tech, and life. And he’s exceptionally good at finding Twitterverse gems.
4. Housing Wire
If you have questions about real estate financing, Housing Wire probably has an answer for you. They may not be as funny as other Twitter accounts, but you’ll get plenty of reliable information on real estate financing. That could be useful when you’re trying to explain temporary buy-down strategies to your next buyer clients.
5. Inman News
Ah, Inman. If you haven’t discovered Inman News yet, you need to stop what you’re doing, go check out their website, and sign up for their newsletter. Consider paying the annual subscription because Inman is the main source for real estate news, trends, and information you can use in your real estate business.
We hope you got a kick out of this roundup of the funniest tweets about real estate and got a good giggle out of them. It’s fun hanging out on Twitter, getting lost in the abundance of rabbit holes, and curating funny tweets from some of our favorite real estate Twitter accounts, but we can’t be everywhere all the time. Who do you follow that cracks you up? Share with us anyone you think we should check out in the comments.
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