David Saks: The Soiled Diaper Caper

David Saks - Real Estate Broker - The Real Estate Mart of Tennessee, Inc. - 4040 North Watkins-Suite #4 - Memphis, Tennessee 38127 - Phone (901) 357-4663

The Soiled Diaper Caper

                                                                Dookied Pampers

  • Do you check out the neighborhood for your buyer ?
  • If not, maybe you should start.

It's rather naive to believe that sex offenders, drug dealers, meth labs, burglaries, robberies, auto thefts, home invasions, vandalisms, domestic violoence, identity theft, rape, arson, gun crimes and work-place violence only occur in low to middle class income regions.

Some of the worst crimes and offenses are committed in multi-million dollar high rises, on the grounds of some of America's most luxurious properties and neighborhoods, in fabulous gated communities and in grand condominium districts.exec crime

In 2002 the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Uniform Crime Report estimated that one crime was committed every 2.7 seconds in the United States. Property crimes were committed more frequently (one every 3.0 seconds) than violent crimes (one every 22.1 seconds).


You can imagine where that figure is at today due to the financial crises, the multitude of foreclosures, thousands of divorces that are being filed every business day because of financial deprivation and personal casualty, and catastrophic job loss.

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The statistics are mind-boggling and the courts are over loaded.

 

 

  • Take some time to check out the neighborhood.

  • Treat your buyer like you would your own family and protect them.

I've included a short film about a really ticked off Memphis woman in a poor neighborhood for you, and it gets the point, and the diapers, across the fence.




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Comment balloon 3 commentsDavid Saks • June 07 2010 11:18AM

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Posted by Barbara Kornegay, Wilmington NC Real Estate, Homes (REMAX Essential) over 10 years ago

The only thing left to do is crawl under the covers and assume the fetal position.

Posted by Lenn Harley, Real Estate Broker - Virginia & Maryland (Lenn Harley, Homefinders.com, MD & VA Homes and Real Estate) over 10 years ago

"Dookied pampers..."  I am not familiar with the word "dookied"  I lived in a working class neighborhood in a suburb of Dayton where many homes did not have garages.  We did,  our next door neighbor did not.  The wife  ran a daycare center in her home.  Their trash was always overflowing with what I now  thanks to your post know to be "dookied" Pampers, Luvs, Huggies and I am sure many store brands of disposable diapers... someone in the neighborhood had dogs that were allowed to run free and so we often ended up with "dookied" diapers  on our lawn...  you just grit your teeth. 

That was pre lists of sex offenders to tell you about the neighbors and so far no lists of neighborhoods where you could run into "dookied Pampers" exist to my knowledge.   

There are sex offenders in the nicest areas.  Some "nice" areas have a lot of  crime. I am all for providing consumers the avenues for making decisions about where they want to live...

 

Posted by Maureen McCabe, Columbus Ohio Real Estate (HER Realtors) over 10 years ago

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