Highlights from this episode
Why is Ed in California? - (1:51)
What a mountain is...for people who have never left Florida. -
It's 20 dollar burger day in California...AWESOME! -
California is nice, but Florida is better! - (6:10)
Cue LL Cool J! (Please don't sue us - we love you
James!) - (6:38)
Shelley will never ever ever ever (never) ever never ever ever
A "Mister Ed" joke / reference. It was bound to happen
eventually. - (14:27)
Stay classy Sarasota! - (18:57)
Ed in California - (1:50)
Ed is in California this week for a client meeting and he is
taking some extra time to enjoy some of the sights like Venice
Beach, Santa Monica, and Malibu. He spent most of his life in
California and the state has a lot going for it, but as Ed points
out, Florida is better and he is much happier living here in the
Shell & Tell How to avoid wire transfer fraud. -
Matt from Bradenton asks "So what's the deal with wire
transfer fraud? It's got me concerned with even trying to by
Shelley explains how this very serious threat to your home
purchase transaction can avoided with a single phone call.
Fun facts about show sign offs - (23:34)
Suggestions from our friends on Facebook:
- Shawn Yesner You could go with the traditional (fishing) saying
of "Tight Lines!" You could use some real estate language like
"Escrow is bound on this episode, talk to you next week." Or "This
episode is good 'As-Is'"
- Jimmy Murray "I'm Shelley and this is how you close."
- Kenny Keeney "Stay classy Sarasota."
- Rick Odneal "This is Sarasota Shelley, assisting you with your
- Gunner Davis "Shelley sells sea shells by the seashore."
- Jennifer Beam "This is Shelley signing off to go sell another
slice of paradise (Slice/piece/house)"
- Jennifer Dougherty "Thank ya. Thank ya very much." (the
classics never go out of style)
- Gerald Gary How about: "Until Next Time, Buy Sarasota!"
- James Flip Benatti If its a physical sign you can play on words
Like buy instead of bye, if you're saying it its different. And use
your name to reinforce who you are if possible.
- Dave Swenson "Don't go bananas, call Shelley Panas"
- Chris Upright "Going with Mr Rogers classic...Won't you be my
- Rhett Hall "And remember. Coffee’s for closers!"
- Deb Wright "Just keeping it real-tor."
- Gary Estep "Remember, What's here today, May be gone
- Don Muckel "Why not just close with May God bless you one and
- HD Timmons "Here's looking at new." (as in new home).
Famous Sign Offs
- "Good Day!" (Paul Harvey)
- "And that’s the way it is..." followed by the date (Walter
- "That’s the nightly news for this Wednesday night..." (Tom
- "Good night and good luck: Edward R. Murrow
- "Good night, and good news." (Ted Baxter played by Ted Knight
on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. It’s a parody of and homage to
- "Good night and have a pleasant tomorrow." (Originally Chevy
Chase and Jane Curtin, then Jimmy Fallon and Tina Fey - Weekend
Update on Saturday Night Live)
- "That’s the news and I’m outta here!" (Dennis Miller - Weekend
Update on Saturday Night Live)
- "That's my story and I'm sticking to it." (Colin Quinn -
Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live)
- "Stay classy San Diego." (Ron Burgundy)
- "Take care of yourself, and each other." (Jerry Springer)
- "Baby, you're the greatest!" (Ralph Kramden on The
- "Good night, John Boy." (The Waltons)
- "I love it when a plan comes together" (Hannibal on The
- "Who loves you, baby?" (Kojak)
- "Resistance is futile" (The Borg on Star Trek: The Next
- "Suit up!" (Barney Stinson on How I Met Your Mother)
- "The tribe has spoken" (Jeff Probst on Survivor)
- "The truth is out there" (Fox Mulder on The X-Files)
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