The Finch Formerly Known As Gold

28 May 2005

Now that's an open house

File this under Things I Never Would Have Guessed but Perhaps Should Have:

Last year, her first in the business working with Classic Realty Group in Hollywood [Florida], she sold a small home to a young family of nudists for slightly less than $400,000, a preconstruction condominium to a single nudist man for $369,000 and an older unit on the Intracoastal Waterway to a nudist couple from New Jersey for $250,000.

Those people were ''in their early 40s, very cool, very nice,'' she said.

Nudists in general are a Realtor's dream, demographically speaking.

''They tend to be a little older, probably a little more settled, at a stage in life where they're looking to buy a home,'' Roberts said. "And, of course, they like sunshine and the beach.''

It was sorta cloudy today, wasn't it?

Posted at 8:02 PM to Birthday Suitable


Some time ago in my hometown they built a nudist colony with a 20 ft fence. Still can't get over it.

Posted by: Dwayne "the canoe guy" at 10:01 PM on 28 May 2005

Hi all -

Thanks for posting about me on your site! :)

If any readers out there - naked or clothed - are interested in properties in South Florida near Haulover beach, please visit my website at: www.jenleeroberts.com

LOL This story ran in the Miami Herald and everyone at Classic Realty Group in Hollywood is already calling me "Jen Roberts nudist realtor" I love it!

Posted by: Jen Roberts at 9:07 AM on 29 May 2005

Dwayne, I heard a rumor somebody's drilled a peephole in that fence. Better look into it.

Posted by: McGehee at 10:17 AM on 29 May 2005

Actually, there was a knothole in my fence, about an inch and a half across, maybe four feet off the ground. Used to be enough shrubbery on the far side to cover it entirely. Now, of course, neither shrub nor fence is standing.

Posted by: CGHill at 11:08 AM on 29 May 2005