Fun Friday

"Humour is a universal language"

That’s almost a wrap for week 1 of Transform 13, and our fearless participants are already prompting like experts.

Because it’s Friday, I’ve chosen one of my favourite prompts this week as a fun one from Sue Rowles, who’s a sales agent with Peard Real Estate in WA.

Today’s Prompt of the Day

Sue’s fun Friday prompt went like this:

Could you please assist me with fun facts or memes I could use each week on social media? I work as a real estate agent.

Here’s the response:

Of course! Here are some fun facts, memes, and ideas you could use for weekly social media posts as a real estate agent:

1. Fact: The world's smallest house is located in Poland, with a width of 36 inches at its narrowest point.

Meme: A picture of the smallest house with the caption, "Feeling cramped in your current home? I can help you find a more spacious place!"

2. Fact: The Winchester Mystery House in California has 160 rooms, 40 staircases, and countless doors that lead to nowhere.

Meme: A picture of the Winchester Mystery House with the caption, "Lost in your house-hunting journey? Let me be your guide to the perfect home!"

3. Fact: A "McMansion" is a term used to describe a large, mass-produced home that lacks architectural integrity and often features a mishmash of styles.

Meme: A picture of a McMansion with the caption, "Don't settle for a cookie-cutter home. I'll find you a property with true character!"

4. Fact: The famous "Painted Ladies" of San Francisco are a row of colorful Victorian houses that have become iconic symbols of the city.

Meme: A picture of the Painted Ladies with the caption, "Ready to add some color to your life? Let me help you paint the town with your dream home!"

5. Fact: The world's largest treehouse is in Tennessee and has 10 floors and over 80 rooms.

Meme: A picture of the treehouse with the caption, "Looking for a unique property? I can help you branch out!"

6. Fact: In Scotland, homeowners paint their front doors red when they've paid off their mortgage.

Meme: A picture of a red door with the caption, "Dreaming of that red door moment? Let's find a home that gets you there!"

7. Fact: In Japan, many houses are designed to last 30 years before being demolished and rebuilt, which is why the country has a higher rate of new homes being built.

Meme: A picture of a Japanese house with the caption, "Tired of searching for your forever home? Let's find one that's built to last!"

8. Fact: The Empire State Building in New York City has its own zip code, 10118.

Meme: A picture of the Empire State Building with the caption, "Looking for a home with a unique address? I'll find you a place that stands out!"

9. Fact: The world's first recorded earthquake-proof house was built in Japan in 1275.

Meme: A picture of an earthquake-proof house with the caption, "Need a solid foundation for your future? I'll find you a home that can weather any storm!"

10. Fact: Amsterdam is known as the "Venice of the North" due to its many canals and bridges. It has more bridges than Venice itself.

Meme: A picture of Amsterdam's canals with the caption, "Ready for a change of scenery? I'll help you find a home with a view!"

Remember to post regularly and engage with your audience to build a strong presence on social media. These facts and memes can be a great way to showcase your personality and expertise as a real estate agent. Good luck!

Happy Weekend, and Happy Hunting! 🚀