Woman Selling Her Home Finds Potential Buyers Used the Tub and Climbed into Bed
A woman has gone viral on TikTok after believing potential buyers took her home for a full test drive.
In a clip that racked up nearly 200,000 views, @fortdefiance couldn’t help but express her confusion following one of her home visits.
She showed the rooms where strangers would have taken advantage, including the bathtub, which she “thoroughly cleaned, vacuumed and wiped down for about 25 minutes before viewing”.
Her bed was also left in a more messy state than how she left it. “I’m pretty sure someone got into my bed – and now that bench is crooked,” she said, pointing the camera at the reclined seat. The designer then showed off the second bedroom “yeah, and this one too,” followed shortly by a third that she also believed viewers had used.
The TikToker ended his video laughing hysterically, saying, “Hope you all had fun.”
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I wish we had cameras because I’m seriously very curious about what happened in my house during this screening 😂 #real estate #houseshowing
Hundreds of users flooded the clip to decry the other house viewing agent’s lack of professionalism.
“I bet they have kids,” one theorized. “But either way, you can call your agent to let them know. The other agent should be more professional with clients.”
“Are you selling a house with furniture? Otherwise I call your agent and you complain that it’s not very professional, you don’t know what people have around,” said another.
A third added: “I can see sitting on a sofa while you weigh the decision. But I will never understand why people put themselves in strangers’ beds!!!”
In a follow-up video, the TikToker certainly had the last laugh. She explains that she spent so much time cleaning the tub because it was the temporary home of her baby goat, who was suffering from a broken leg and was recovering inside.
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