The Real Deal New York

Looking into real estate’s crystal ball

March 29, 2012 03:30PM

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From left: a sign for a psychic and Fay Curtis of Citi Habitats

More and more New Yorkers — including those at the top of their game professionally — are seeking out psychics, real estate brokers among them, the New York Post reported.

Fay Curtis, 49, a broker with Citi Habitats, consults Vanessa Facciola, a Queens-based psychic who works out of hair salons.

Sometimes these closings drag on and people back out. I’ll ask her if and when the deal will happen,” Curtis told the Post. “Vanessa is scary-right. She warned me that a client was going to back out of a deal when I thought it was a sure thing — and she was right.”

The Post said many psychics attribute the uptick in their employment to New Yorkers’ increasing anxieties over money. [Post]

  • Northside

    seriously?

  • Raging Realtor

    Great way to be googled Fay of Citihabitats. Im sure your customers will appreciate your honesty in this.

  • Professional_Anonymous

    That which can be presented without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

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