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Real estate agent creates hilarious music video for five-bedroom house and people are loving it

The video was made by former singer Claire Cossey who started her own estate agency in 2020 and has since used her talents to sell property.

Real estate agent creates hilarious music video for five-bedroom house and people are loving it
Cover Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents

You might have come across many house listings, the ones with elaborate pictures and videos of the property, the ones with just the front view, but this one is sure to hit you differently. A woman posted a hilarious music video for a Rightmove house listing and the song perfectly describes every part of the house. 

The five-bedroom house is listed for £700,00 (approximately $86k) and is situated in Hockfille, near Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire. The video was made by former singer Claire Cossey who started her own estate agency in 2020, according to BBC

Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents
Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents

In her creative effort to sell the house, she changed the theme of "The NeverEnding Story" movie to "The Never-Ending Property."

The video starts with Cossey singing, "This old house, there's so much here to see." She then shows the living room by singing, "All covered with these beams, air source heat pump fitted and solar panels too."

"With its own small business, there's so much you can do. The never-ending property. Ahhhh..." sings Cossey while showing the dog grooming room. She then goes on to show the dining room and an elaborate kitchen with white and golden furnishing.

Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents
Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents

"Maybe you're a family with growing teenage kids, this home has a lot of options to all watch your own Netflix...The Never Ending property. Ahhhh..." sings Cossey while displaying the first floor of the house. 

She also shows off two bedrooms with attached bathrooms and a master bedroom. She makes it clear in the video that the road is near the house. "Don't despair, inside isn't clear," sings the woman. 

Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents
Image Source: YouTube/ Just Knock Estate Agents

She also gives praise to the house's vast garden with beautiful flowers blooming which offers the option to sit outside when the weather is nice. "The garden is so pretty with its flowers all in bloom... the never-ending property. Ahhh," concludes the real estate agent. 

Cossey did not only film the video but also reportedly wrote the original track of the song. She made her own version of Limahl's 1984 song, "NeverEnding Story." The video was recorded last year in November but it took off a couple of months ago when the house prices reduced. 



 

Speaking to BBC about her video going viral, she said: "I'm not on social media so it's all been a bit overwhelming. But whatever has happened, the house is certainly getting seen as it's gone viral."

Cossey loves performing and has made many such similar videos for other house listings but she did not know that "The Never Ending Property" music video would work for the Hockcliffe house. The property is currently used by a small business called Hockcliffe Happy Hounds, with one room of the house converted into a dog grooming parlor, reports Independent.



 

According to the Just Knock website, Cossey began her estate agency in 2015 to support her singing career. “This part-time job quickly turned into her full-time passion and she fell in love with all aspects of the role,” it reads. “She went on to be a full-time sales negotiator at local independent estate agents before moving on to a large corporate online agency. This is where she could see the cracks of unfairness throughout the sales process. In 2020 she and her partner Tony decided to start Just-Knock and give people better options when selling their homes.”



 

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