Vancouver woman ‘distraught, dismayed’ after real estate agent chooses fruitless garden


VANCOUVER (NEWS 1130) – A real estate company apologizes, after a woman said a real estate agent picked up her own fruit garden while showing off her house in Vancouver recently.On Facebook, the woman said Peter T. Yang, an agent for Luxmore Realty, was presenting the property to two potential buyers on Saturday.

“Taking advantage of the fact that we were not there, he began to pick the fruit from the trees and eat them. Greedily he went back to his car and got PLASTIC BAGS, got inside and stood there and picked EVERY LAST FRUIT from our garden. He happily asked viewers to join in and they picked up a free for all show on our home show. They spat all their seeds all over the ground. Who do this? Writes the woman.

She says she plans to file a complaint with the Greater Vancouver Real Estate Board about the “appalling” behavior that has left her family “distraught”, adding that the garden was “the pride and joy” of her grandfather. mother who recently passed away.

Images captured by a home security camera apparently show Yang stealing pears from a tree.

The woman says Yang offered to return the fruit in compensation, which she describes as “ridiculous.”

The agency where Yang works posted an apology on its Facebook page.

Posted by Luxmore Realty on Monday August 24, 2020

“My team members and I extend our sincere apologies for the terrible experience that one of our clients had with our real estate agent, Peter T. Yang,” it read.

He says Yang apologizes to the owner of the house and is “in the process of paying him compensation.”


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