Cartoons: Real (Funny) Estate

We find the humor in home buying!

Woman tells her husband to ask about the penguins in the living room.

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Real estate agent shows potential tenants the giant clock outside the city apartment
“One thing about this apartment, you’ll never have to worry about not getting to the office on time.”
Jack Markow
October 31, 1953

 

Real estate agent heads out of his office with a giant scythe.
“I’m going out and show these folks the Tettler place!”
Clyde Lamb
October 11, 1952

 

 

 

Woman tells her husband to ask about the penguins in the living room.
“Maybe you’d better ask about the heat!”
Jeff Keate
October 7, 1944

 

 

Real estate agent tries to put a positive spin to a decrepit house.
“Now that you’ve accustomed yourselves to the exterior, suppose we step inside…”
Larry Frick
May 26, 1951

 

Real estate agent shows potential buys a run-down house
“The heirs are anxious for quick settlement on this one.”
Robert Day
March 14, 1953

 

 

Real estate agent describes a basement to potential buyers, one of whom notices a lifeboat hanging off of the ceiling.
“Fine spacious basement, snug and dry…”
Dick Cavalli
February 14, 1953

 

 

Real estate agent and buyers try to find a house in a yard filled with huge weeds.
“Tell you what. Let’s spread out and go through once more — I’m sure there’s a house in there somewhere!”
Walt Wetterberg
January 31, 1953

 

A real estate agent scoffs at a man planting in his front yard in front of potential buyers.
“On the whole, you’ll find this is one of the better neighborhoods…of course, there’s always the inevitable exception.”
Dick Cavalli
January 3, 1953

 

A home buyer expresses his disappointment about a house that is sitting in middle of the sea.
“This wasn’t exactly what we had in mind when we said we wanted a house overlooking the water.”
Herb Green
November 19, 1955

 

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