OCEAN CITY, N.J. — A surly note allegedly written by a real estate agent and left for an elderly couple in New Jersey is getting a lot of attention after the couple’s granddaughter posted it on Facebook.
Bill and Barbara Doughten told Philly.com that the granddaughter found the note in the mail. The author tells the couple that they are trying to sell “million dollar homes” and that they need to park their car in the driveway and not on the “front lawn.”
The Doughtens have lived in their home for decades.
The granddaughter, Stephanie Powley, posted the letter and a response on her Facebook account.
Powley called the letter “unprofessional, anonymous and contemptuous” and said whoever mailed it left no return address, “like only a true coward would.”