Charismatic and playful, yes. The brothers – Jonathan and Drew – really do get along, charming everyone they meet and building legions of fans. But their meteoric rise is a serious multi-national marvel that began at an early age.
Selling hangers wrapped in nylon door-to-door, they started their first business at 7-years old. The story is that they made a connection with a woman who owned American paraphernalia stores in Japan. She bought them by the hundreds. Off to a strong start, the winsome youngsters have sky rocketed since then. They have a variety of shows broadcast in many countries, but that’s not all.
Besides being licenced realtors and renovators, their many talents include stand-up comedy, acting, directing, performing magic, and entrepreneurism on a grand scale. Plus, they are handsome, funny, caring, romantic and single! What else is there?
So, what are they doing in Fairfield County? They have been in the greater New York area recording shows since last fall. Once Jonathan and Drew show their clients a near perfect dream sample of their wishlist, then they break the news about how much the house is listed. Next, they take them on a tour of fixer-uppers that the brothers can renovate for less.
Recently, they needed a “dream home” for an episode. Enter Mary Petro Noonan, Coldwell Banker realtor. Mary was quick to respond. The show’s designer was captivated by the high quality online photography, staging and color palette of one of Mary’s listings in Stamford. The home was selected from dozens of candidates.
Mary and her Coldwell Banker colleagues put a great deal of emphasis on prepping and staging homes for this highly competitive market. Mary offers professional photography, video and detailed floor plans. Plus, her years of experience. This level of professionalism continues to pay off with rapid sales of countless properties.
Naturally, Mary attended the shoot and pitched in enthusiastically. “The crew came first,” she explained. “They are friendly and funny. They kept referring to the ‘Diva.' Where should we set up the Diva? Where is the Diva? I figured they were referring to the Brothers and thought ‘Oh great, these guys must be jerks!’ Actually, they were referring to a big, bright light that makes you look fabulous on screen. The Brothers live up to all the stories of their cuteness…and professionalism."
At the end of the day, the lights of this “Dream Home” in Stamford shine a little brighter and everyone smiles a little wider when they enter this spectacular property, currently on the market. Interested?
Mary Petro Noonan can be reached for more information about the “Dream Home” and other properties for sale through the Westport Coldwell Banker office. Mary’s cell phone: (203)820-6279.