Markus A. Dawson had owned the top real estate company in Billings, MT for over a decade. During the great recession, Dawson took to the stage as a standup comedian, winning the Montana Comedy Contest, which propelled him to opportunities to perform stand-up all over the country including invitations to open for the great Louie Anderson both on tour and in Las Vegas. Dawson's painfully-honest and cynically optimistic voice resonates on many levels.
The scenes from "Getting Real (Estate)" brings to life two important concepts. First, there are constructive lessons, or as the author refers to them, Takeaways to be derived from all life events. Secondly, life is funny. Dawson's undeniable wit and his unique perspective take the reader through compelling, touching, and hilarious stranger-than-fiction stories of real-life events and glimpses at characters who everyone can relate to. Dawson's real estate company has served well over 10,000 clients - these observations of human behavior where homes and money are involved is a thousand miles north of fascinating.
Getting Real (Estate) offers a great ride, with a view of true scenes from a life of everyday chaos.