Stupid Real Estate


Fiction - Drama
423 Pages
Reviewed on 07/23/2021
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Reviewed by Christian Sia for Readers' Favorite

Stupid Real Estate: A Novel by Will Speary is an entertaining story filled with powerful lessons on real estate. It follows Bill Ehrlich, a novice investor, who finds a unique opportunity to make it big in the real estate business. He has been through a painful divorce and also experienced the loss of a close friend. He needs to do something different. Taking Mitch Kendall, the inexperienced son of his deceased friend as his agent, the two set out on a ride that is filled with challenges, discovering a world more complex than they imagined. Succeeding in real estate, they quickly learn, is far more than just having drive, ambition, and confidence. Can they make it in a world filled with pitfalls and cut-throat competition?

Will Speary is a gifted storyteller who brings wonderful lessons in real estate marketing into the story. The characters are elaborately written and unforgettable, and the author deftly creates motivation in these characters. Stupid Real Estate: A Novel features a world that readers can easily find themselves in and characters that mirror the desires and dreams of many readers, especially those who are lured by the promise of success in the real estate business. Characterization is topnotch and is one of the elements that establish excellence in this narrative. The relationships are intelligently written and readers will follow the characters as they evolve through the pitfalls in the business and as they build human bonds. The crisp prose, the streams of consciousness, the arresting narrative voice, and superb character development are some of the elements that set this novel apart from many stories in the genre.