Wanted: Sexy Realtors

Who's that hottie with the house?

The Front Steps.com, a San Francisco/Bay Area real estate blog, has "reluctantly" volunteered to evaluate the best-looking real estate pros this side of Sexyville. In other words: they're gleefully reviewing headshots and looking for the best buffed, ripped, waxed, and otherwise delicious-looking real estate professionals.

Okay. Maybe not "waxed" - museum figures need not apply. But certainly, The Front Steps is on the prowl. Here's what you need to know if you'd like to be harshly judged like a house that's been on the market more than 80 days:

  • You must be an honest-to-God Realtor. No actors.
  • You must live in San Francisco, or commute in from one of nine Bay Area Counties.
  • You must have a sense of humor.
  • You must be reasonably attractive. Reasonably, people, reasonably!

To participate or follow along, note the deadlines of entry and final reveal:
November 23-27, Vote for Sexiest Realtors in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Marin Counties
December 7-11, Vote for Sexiest Realtors in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties
December 14-18, The winner of each county is included on the poll for SEXIEST REALTOR IN THE BAY AREA!
December 21, We'll announce the winner of the first ever SEXIEST REALTOR IN THE BAY AREA contest!
November 30-December 4th, Vote for Sexiest Realtors in Napa, Sonoma, and Solano Counties
Good luck, all you hot messes!

(Just wait until next year, when the RentedSpaces contributors are asked to enter... You've been warned!)

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