Wondering why your house won’t sell? Maybe your Realtor has deliberately overpriced it

Jeannemarie, reporting for work

Jeannemarie Phelan, reporting for work

A fellow realtor forwards this, along with the suggestion that it may explain why


Rob’s got spunk – give ‘im a call

certain realtors place such high prices on their listings. Well, there has to be some reason for it- have you checked your home security tapes recently?

Dick and Sandy Weiner (ouch) sue their realtors, claiming the pair overpriced it so they could use it as their private sex pad.

Coldwell Banker realtors Robert Lindsay and Jeannemarie Phelan have allegedly been caught on camera having sex numerous times in a New Jersey home which they were trying to sell about two years ago.

Now they’re being sued by the owners, Denville’s Richard and Sandra Weiner, who claim the agents deliberately steered away potential buyers so they could use the house for their
‘sexual escapades’.[and] intentionally over-priced the home to discourage buyers from December 2011 to January 2012.

According to the suit filed on December 6, the Weiners began working with Lindsay and Coldwell in early 2010 when Lindsay repeatedly told them the Wayne home would sell for $650,000.

On December 27, 2011, security cameras allegedly captured the agents hugging and kissing in the kitchen before undressing and having sex on the Weiners’ bed.

The suit says footage shows the pair allegedly hooking up many more times until they were busted by cops on January 23, 2012.

‘Sandra Weiner happened to be checking the video cameras feed at the time and saw strange people in the house with what she thought were flashlights,’ the suit states.

‘The house was dark at the time. The Weiners called the local police, who then went to the house.

‘The police opened the door to the house and found Lindsay pulling up his pants. Lindsay lied to police by telling them that he was there to prepare the house for an open house.

After watching the footage, the Weiners claim ‘they could no longer use the bedroom or the remainder of the house’ and ‘were uncomfortable and disgusted even being in their house.

“Our slogan is ‘Coldwell Banker Moves'”, Stae Longer, president of Coldwell Banker New Jersey told FWIW, “and the Weiners obviously misunderstood that. I mean, come on, did you see the videos? That Jeanemarie was moving alright, in ways my wife sure as hell never has – Holy Christ!”

(UPDATE: Bob Lindsy has relocated to a solo office in the Preakness Shopping Center, where he offers his “energy and experience” to the ladies, and Jeannemarie is now with Weichert Realty, where she promises “Personal and knowledgeable service that is genuinely responsive to your needs”. Hubba hubba!)


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4 responses to “Wondering why your house won’t sell? Maybe your Realtor has deliberately overpriced it

  1. Mazama

    Jeannemarie also offers “Advice and guidance throughout the entire process”. In the unlikely event I ever buy or sell another house I’ll certainly seek an agent offering the skills needed to achieve a desirable outcome.

  2. ShedLessToolMan

    where is Walt?

  3. Anonymous

    laugh as you will, but years ago i had an apt. for sale in nyc, and i deliberately picked a very attractive woman in her late 20’s/early 30’s (tops) from corcoran to market it.

    the thing sold in about a month, to an upstanding young man…..who was surely smitten at having to walk up a couple of flights of stairs behind the agent as she led him to the pre-war gem with lots of charm.