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9 really awkward real estate agent names

A sign for real estate agent Dick Ressler

What’s in a name? No. Seriously. What is in a name? It can be funny, sad, bizarre or downright embarrassing. Here are nine really awkward real estate agent names that make you realize that, when creative, you can use anything to your advantage.

1. Me? Casa!

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As the Spanish saying goes: Mi casa es su casa. Turns out Su’ll sell your casa,  just give her a call.

2. Who doesn’t love tequila?

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It could either be the No. 1 bottle of tequila in the world—originating as far back as 1795—or just a man with a very familiar name. Perhaps he offers a free bottle of tequila with every home sold?

3. Oh, Nicole. What a striking last name

Humorous Names

Would Ms. Mangina please come to the courtesy phone? Ms. Mangina? Paging Ms. Mangina.

4. She’s the feather in your cap

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Evelyn isn’t going to be weighed down by this last name, which can be turned into a gag joke far too easily.  Instead, she’s going to use her flair (and a hat) to rebrand the memory (and try and take the limelight off the moniker, Ms. Sackrider).

5. This agent should never abbreviate

Epic Fail

Let’s just let this one speak for itself.

6. Richard. Richard. Dear old Richard

Austin Property Group

You’d think that having a last name that sounds a bit like “wrestler,” that dear ol’ Dick would’ve stuck with the name Richard. Guess not.

7. Number Wan

Buzz Buzz Homes

Now, here is a couple who decided to use their last name to their advantage. Who doesn’t want to work with their number “wan” choice?

8. Name is not indicative of service

Acid Cow

Who is representing you in the sale of the house? Oh, Mr. Crapo.

9. According to him, it’s a name you can trust


Mr. Ben Dover is confident in his skills. Very confident.

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Amy Billingsley

Amy is a Realtor with Zolo who lives and specializes in the Tri-Cities area (Port Moody, Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam). A fan of The Amazing Race and mid-century modern architecture, Amy spends her off-time on hiking trails or taking in a movie with her family.