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Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Funny Awards for Real Estate Agents

I'm looking to create some funny awards for real estate agents. Let's face it - the industry could use a few good laughs this year. And with office party budgets getting cut, fun awards are a great way for realtors to cut loose and have fun without breaking the bank. I need ideas from real estate agents, apartment managers, appraisers, office staff, mortgage brokers - anyone involved in the real estate industry.

fun awards for real estate agents

These are for awards that you might hand out to coworkers at an end-of-the-year awards ceremony. Plays on real estate terms like absentee owner, A.R.M, easement, junior lien, short sale, etc. make great award names. Examples might be:
  • The Short Sale Award - for the agent always coming up short on sales
  • The Absentee Owner Award - for the boss who is never in the office
  • The Sham Wow Award - for the agent always cleaning up messes
I really just need ideas and terms specific to the real estate industry. Don't worry too much about making the awards funny - I can do that. If I get a strong enough response, I'll put the collection together in a new eBook called "Funny Awards for Real Estate Agents" as a companion to my current best-seller Funny Employee Awards. And if I up use your funny award idea in the eBook, I'll make sure you get a complimentary copy when it comes out.

My preference is for you to submit your award ideas here. But you can also post in the comments section or email me directly. 

Tags: real estate humor, real estate jokes, real estate awards


Debra Mennins said...

That's a phenomenal (and budget conscious) idea! How about a certificate saying "Best dream house in Friday the 13th Series: Sold By:"

Erica White said...

That's a nice idea Debra! These hilarious award titles encourages them to make the best quality out of their jobs.

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Maia Dobson said...

Those are quite funny award ideas. I think these award titles should also be adopted by home builders in their builder website to motivate their workers.