Jonnie Irwin of A Place in the Sun reveals something that really offends a discerning buyer
Jonnie Irwin of A PLACE in the Sun revealed something that really offended a discerning buyer.
This Channel 4 hostHe has been a frequent guest on the show since 2004, and he sprinkled beans on the troubles of hunting pets in his house.
The real estate expert encountered some difficult customers during his time and revealed that if someone does not take the search “seriously”, he will only be angry.
47-year-old Jonnie opens up to difficult customers Means, He said: “I have a couple who looked around most of the property.
“Even before we left, I remember the husband said’no’ and the wife said’I like it very much.”
“This is a surprise,” the real estate expert added. “Because I thought they would come back and think,’Yes, this requires some work, but we can all do it’ but he insisted.
“I’m very hardworking!”
The host of A Place in the Sun criticizes the room selection and criticizes the guests
Scarlette Douglas (Scarlette Douglas) showed off a “cold” house worth 80,000 pounds, and the couple laughed
Fans of “A Place under the Sun” angrily criticized the couple for “being real” with “critical” requirements
“I will not be angry. I will only be angry when people don’t accept it [the search] seriously. “
The father of three also explained that he wants guests to correctly view the inside of the property without making quick judgments about the location.
Johnny recently revealed the reason for his heartbreaking Cannot be filmed abroad for the new series.
The Channel 4 team is currently filming abroad for the new series in Greece, but Jonny said that he does not want to risk traveling abroad during the coronavirus, in case he is trapped there and cannot see his family.
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He said: “A few people [presenters] Already went to Portugal.
“I didn’t, because I have a very young family at home and I just can’t afford isolation and things like that.
“So, I waited at home for a while, but I really want to go out.”
The latest series was filmed before the third blockade last year and is currently being broadcast to viewers on Channel 4.