Last week, a Montana real estate agent was scared to death when he showed an empty house in Billings.
Alyssa Weber, who had been an agent for five years, opened the door of a room, only to find that someone was already inside. Fox News Report.
Webb, who was filming a video of the performance, yelled, then turned and ran.
“Knowing that someone was there all the time, and they weren’t trying to leave or announce their presence, and he was just hiding, it was really scary,” Webb told the outlet. “I don’t know what he’s capable of, if they had weapons he might have attacked me.”
Billings police are advising people entering vacant homes to look out for inappropriate things, such as broken windows or doors with their hinges off.
Webb said she knows what to do if she ever finds herself in a similar situation.
“I should have gone by instinct, I really thought it was okay, those were actually feet and I should have run,” she said.
Becoming a real estate agent comes with some dangers, and safety first.
Two agents in Massachusetts received a call from a man posing as the Bristol County Sheriff. The man told the agent they owed $2,000 in fines. Both women’s phone calls came in from “the Sheriff’s Office.”
in florida, A real estate agent was shot dead She is believed to have been on display outside the Coral Springs residence.
Raymond Wesley Reese was detained and charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Sara Trost.
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