Confessions of an Estate Agent

Insulted, vilified, pursued by livestock,
electrocuted and propositioned, estate agents are as popular as wasps at a barbecue. But do they really deserve their public image? No, they don’t, says Rosalind Russell, who for eight years edited
The Diary of an Estate Agent column for the London Evening Standard’s                         Homes & Property section.
She mined a rich seam of funny, entirely true stories, some of which were so bizarre, she was sometimes suspected of making them up. She didn’t.