The realtor who helped save a woman’s life in 2016 was the real estate broker who helped her buy the home in the first place.
The woman, who lives in California, was in her 20s and was suffering from a mental health problem, when she had a seizure and became unresponsive on the night of November 10, 2016.
She had taken a bath, and her mother had tried to help her.
But the mother, who was in a wheelchair, was unable to do anything for the child, who had a severe case of COVID-19.
The mother, now 57, told her daughter’s mother, “I’m so sorry, but you have to be with me”.
She also told her mother she was going to have to take her son and stepson to the hospital.
The mother then got the police and the ambulance, and the mother was taken to a local hospital, where she died two days later.
A friend, who works in the realtor industry, contacted the woman’s mother’s family and told them what had happened.
The friend then called the realtors and told her that they were working on the details of the house, the mother’s son, who lived there, and their daughter, who went to school with the woman.
The realtor, who is now 58, told the family that he had spoken to the woman about her son, but she had not been able to remember his name.
After speaking to her daughter, the real-estate broker told the mother and her stepson about what he had seen and heard about the home.
The real-tor also said that she had helped arrange the sale.
They were all excited about buying the home, and about their daughter going to college there, the friend told the woman in an email.
She also said they had a good relationship and were always good to each other.
The next day, the family saw a letter in the mail saying that the realty broker had contacted them and said that the property was sold for $9,000.
The family was shocked and disappointed.
It was not the first time the real house had helped someone with a mental illness.
In 2014, a woman in her 70s had a stroke in her right leg and was placed in a medically induced coma for seven days.
Her family did not want to be seen with her.
Her mother took her to the real Estate Commission, and after being told that she was in danger of losing her house, she contacted the real agent.
She went to the agent and asked for the sale, saying she had no insurance and could not afford to pay.
The agent told her, “Well, it’s not your fault if you don’t have insurance”.
When the family found out, they took the real home and sold it to her.
Now, they want to do something about it.
The woman’s family is calling on real estate agents and local governments to do more to help those who need help.
The local newspaper, the Sacramento Bee, has called for real estate brokers to be trained on mental health.
This story has been updated to correct that the woman was in the 80s.