For decades real estate professionals have been the butt of jokes, satires and the sometimes stars on reality television shows that do more to demean the business than to provide an accurate picture of the hard working professionals and the excellent service they provide. On May 20, 2016, "Undercover Boss" will air the first in-depth look at what the day-to-day real estate business is really like. The program showcases real estate professionals and illustrates the commitment and dedication they bring to doing the best possible job for their clients. If you haven’t seen "Undercover Boss," the show's talented staff disguise a CEO and then send that person out to experience what is going on in the trenches in his or her company. To that end, the show often places the CEO in an entry-level position and then allows the story to unfold from there. For example, one CEO was fired from a maintenance crew because he was too slow at picking up the garbage. 'Undercover Boss,' 'Milli...
- There isn't much of a place in the TV landscape for the truth about real estate.
- "Undercover Boss" will have its first real estate boss this week.
- The show granted Dan Duffy, the CEO of United Real Estate Group, the opportunity to really see what goes on in his business.
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