A ‘ballsy’ area realtor will stop at nothing to sell a $1.29million property – even if it means letting it all hang out on social media.
David Ferrugio is marketing a three-bedroom, two-bathroom, 2,100-square-foot home in Monterey Hills – though it’s not the house that will catch your eye at first.
Ferrugio, who announced on his Instagram page that the house on 6340 Monterey Road was being listed, looks quite comfortable in the home – so much so that he posed for photos on the property while going commando.
One image shows Ferrugio picking up the morning newspaper in the driveway while clad in his robe – which happens to be untied.Underneath, he is not wearing any underwear.
David Ferrugio, a Los Angeles-based realtor, is marketing a three-bedroom, entireblogs two-bathroom, 2,100-square-foot home in Monterey Hills by posing naked in front of the house
Another image shows Ferrugio in the kitchen preparing a hearty breakfast – though the apron is worn in a way that reveals his backside
Ferrugio then posted an image showing him in the shower
Ferrugio’s Instagram post also includes a photo of the bedroom – with a naked Ferrugio lying in the bed wearing nothing
Finally, Ferrugio makes sure to highlight the advantages of the property’s backyard by enjoying a nice suntan – though in his case he won’t need to worry about getting any tan lines since he’s buck naked
Ferrugio posted the images on his personal Instagram account
Another image shows Ferrugio in the kitchen preparing a hearty breakfast – though the apron is worn in a way that reveals his backside.
Ferrugio’s Instagram post also includes a photo of the bedroom – with a naked Ferrugio lying in the bed wearing nothing.
Ferrugio then posted an image showing him in the shower.
Finally, Ferrugio makes sure to highlight the advantages of the property’s backyard by enjoying a nice suntan – though in his case he won’t need to worry about getting any tan lines since he’s buck naked.
All of the images are censored.
The cheeky photo shoot earned Ferrugio praise and laughs on social media, where commenters lauded his clever marketing gimmick.
‘This is hilarious,’ one Instagram user wrote.
‘It’s genius,’ another commented.
‘Bruh u jus changed the realty game forever,’ wrote another admirer.
One Instagram user called Ferrugio a ‘marketing genius.’
‘Killing me!I bet you have over 20 offers now!’ another Instagram user wrote.
Another commenter said the post was ‘iconic.’
The home for sale is located in the Monterey Hills section of Los Angeles
The property includes an open kitchen as well as pristine wood floors
The image above shows one of the common rooms inside the home
‘Oh, I zoomed in,’ one Instagram user wrote.’Any need for a photographer’s assistant?’
Sam Fuhrer commented: ‘I ain’t looking at the house.’
‘Ok ok I’ll buy!’ wrote another Instagram user.
One commenter said Ferrugio was now their ‘favorite realtor.’
Reaction to Ferrugio’s post was overwhelmingly positive with Instagram users praising him as a ‘marketing genius’
Another Instagram user used some double entendre, writing: ‘Does this mean you come with the house?’
According to Ferrugio’s web site, he’s a New York native who grew up in New Jersey and earned his marketing degree in Philadelphia.
During his career as a realtor in Southern California, Ferrugio ‘has spread himself in various different pockets in Los Angeles from the Valley all the way down to El Segundo and in between.’
He brags that he ‘brings authentic prowess to the table for every client’ while boasting of ‘marketing creativity’ with ‘unique scripted story-line videos and digital campaigns that allow himself and his properties to stand out from a saturated market which includes a lot of redundancy.’
In March, Ferrugio posted a slick, sit-com style video on YouTube to market the listing of a three-bedroom, three-bathroom property in Playa Vista.The asking price for the home was $1.45million.
It shows Ferrugio in the shower alongside another realtor and their puppy.
As Ferrugio and his colleague are discussing clever ways to market the property, they eventually decide to just feature the home, since ‘it sells itself.’