Robot Suits For…Property Advocates?

You know what would make home buying a lot better? Powered exoskeletons.

Okay, so that sounds like a bit of a stretch, but hear me out. Currently, home buying is quite the pavement pounding experience, with many people stating that it’s exhausting and it consumes most of their free time when not at work. After all, it’s not like you can just teleport from one house viewing to another…unless you can FLY. This can even be used for buyers advocates! Melbourne needs this incredible innovation!

Ugh, THIS is exhausting. Robot suits don’t make *everything* better, you know, and yet they just stuck me here and told me to sell it. Why would a buyers advocate need a mech suit? They already do a fancy job. They get to walk around high-end properties and make decisions on whether the pool is big enough for their client’s specifications. I know why I was told to target the profession, as well. Martin (the boss) keeps saying that this is going to be a big deal, we’re going to make a ton of cash, and THEN he’ll want a buyers whatever to find him a big mansion where he can reign supreme as the guy who made mech suits ubiquitous. If only life were so easy.

Fact: people who are home buying can’t afford an expensive piece of machinery on top of that, especially one that isn’t cheap to run. At current fuel expenditure, you’d basically be using those jet boots to hop in between petrol stations to recharge, money that could be going towards a new home. And Melbourne’s property advocates? They do their jobs just fine; they don’t need jet boots, cup-holders, internal cooling, digital radio or six different laser pointer colours stashed in the wrist gauntlets. Nobody needs this stuff, except crazy collectors with a load of cash lying around. And they pretty much all HAVE high-end properties already.

-Vaughn