Along with his slicked-back hair, full sleeve tattoos, nostril ring and spot-on early-2000s punk rock singing voice, Wisconsin RE/MAX agent Colin Schindler struck social media gold this week together with his MTV Whole Request Dwell-worthy remake of Blink-182’s “All The Small Issues,” appropriately dubbed “All The Listings.”
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Along with his slicked-back hair, full sleeve tattoos, nostril ring and spot-on early-2000s punk rock singing voice Wisconsin RE/MAX Ignite agent Colin Schindler struck social media gold this week together with his MTV Whole Request Dwell-worthy remake of Blink-182’s “All The Small Issues,” appropriately dubbed “All The Listings.”
The video rapidly racked up greater than 1,400 likes, 950 shares and 630 feedback on Fb between June 28 and July 1. Snippets of the video additionally went viral on Instagram with commenters tagging MTV and Blink 182 bandmates Tom DeLonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker in hopes of a collaboration.
“That is by far essentially the most hilarious and dope actual property parody I’ve ever seen,” mentioned Hawaii-based agent Jeremy Mateo echoing the scores of actual property brokers who had been jealous they didn’t give you the concept first.
“Hambone!” added TDR Mortgage President Teresa Tims. “You guys killed it! I actually hate while you guys come out with [stuff] like this as a result of the bar simply retains getting greater and better. I hope you understand how annoying it’s for all us common content material creators on the market!”
The three-minute parody is a dead-ringer for the unique full with a gap scene and efficiency inside a personal jet hangar with a crowd of adoring followers begging Schindler to promote their listings.
The video then transitions to Schindler strolling with a consumer whereas singing concerning the ins and outs of promoting a house: “All of the listings/ Contracts, showings/ Presents nonstop/ All the time, I do know, greater you should go/ Inspection waving/ Is that this factor appraising?/ Say it ain’t so, I’ll get your property offered/ Now we’re in escrow.”
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Posted by Colin Schindler on Tuesday, June 28, 2022
The following two minutes embody loads of hilarious scenes, similar to Schindler kissing a lockbox whereas sporting the identical fake snaggletooth smile lead singer Mark Hoppus donned within the unique video. He additionally recreated Travis Barker’s seashore scene together with his girlfriend, Caitlin, who sprayed champagne whereas Schindler seductively posed beside a “For Sale” signal.
The video additionally caught the eye of Broke Agent Media founder Byron Lazine, who mentioned he wished Schindler and his bandmates to carry out the music at Broke Agent’s upcoming Tom Ferry Summit bash.
“Yeah, let’s do it!” Schindler mentioned with the rock-on emoji.
Schindler hopped on Fb Dwell Thursday evening and thanked viewers for making his video go viral — in fact whereas donning his well-known RE/MAX gown, which acquired loads of cameos all through the parody.
“Simply having the ability to deliver it to fruition was completely every little thing to me,” he mentioned. “To have the ability to have your outreach and see the feedback, and the enjoyment and the laughter that has introduced folks is a extremely cool bonus.”
“That is one thing that I’ve been fascinated about for the previous couple of years now,” he added whereas explaining his journey from hospitality employee to actual property agent. “Thanks, everyone. I actually am tremendous, tremendous appreciative and I actually can’t imagine it.”
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