A real estate agent who was fired for mocking tenants had previously slammed aspiring landlords for not being willing to ‘make sacrifices’ to get on the property ladder, newly unearthed comments reveal.
Aimee Therese Marsh, 30, was made redundant from Ray White Aspley, near Griffin in Brisbanein the north on Tuesday after making fun of the tenants of a local Facebook group using their professional profile.
In the now-deleted comments, obtained exclusively by Daily Mail Australia, she said tenants earning $50,000 a year envy her and suggested her tax bills cover their Centrelink payments.
She doubled down on her comments on Thursday, saying she was “not sorry” for the remarks that cost the agent her job and made her the subject of furor online.
It emerged that Ms Marsh had also made other critical comments about people who struggle to raise the money to buy property, suggesting they lack the drive and ambition to own a property. ‘a house.
Aimee Therese Marsh (pictured), 30, was made redundant from Ray White Aspley near Griffin in north Brisbane on Tuesday.
She mocked the tenants in a local Facebook group using her professional profile
It emerged that Ms Marsh had also made other critical comments about people who do not own property.
“People like bullshit,” Ms. Marsh wrote.
“I would gladly tell someone to get a job if they want to buy a house. How do you plan to do otherwise?
“People in your situation just have to talk to a broker to get you out of this situation.
“Nowadays there are so many different opportunities and programs for people.
“And there are different ways to make life easier, but people just don’t want it. They want an upscale lifestyle, or things their way.
“In a difficult world, people must learn to make sacrifices to regain the upper hand. Few people are willing to do this.
Ms Marsh (pictured) appeared to be in a state of paranoia on Thursday – telling Daily Mail Australia she was keeping her white bull terrier away from the cameras for fear he was poisoned
A heavily tattooed neighbor appeared to guard her outside his unit north of Brisbane
It comes after Ms Marsh hit back at her critics, saying she was not ‘sorry for telling the truth’.
“I’m not sorry for what I said, I’m sorry for offending people,” she said. 7News.
On Tuesday, Ray White posted a statement on Facebook saying Ms Marsh’s employment had been “immediately terminated” after her social media comments came to light.
“We respect and value everyone in our community, and we have a great community of people who rent,” a spokesperson said.
“Aimee Marsh’s views do not align with our company values.”
Ms Marsh said the comments that got her into hot water were made in an attempt to defend herself following attacks on her integrity as an agent after posting to praise a seller.
Ms Marsh mocked Tenants in a series of now-deleted comments (pictured)
“I’m not sorry for what I said, I’m sorry for offending people,” the former real estate agent said.
“It was literally a message to congratulate sellers who got $85,000 more on their auction results,” she said.
Ms Marsh said she went into “defense mode” when she made the comments.
The former estate agent claimed to have been “inundated with job offers” following the publicity of her very public dismissal.
But she insisted she wouldn’t turn to adult site OnlyFans because there was “too much creepiness”.
On Thursday, she was seen poking her head out of her unit in Griffin, guarded by a heavily tattooed neighbor.
The self-proclaimed senior constable also appeared to be in a state of paranoia – telling Daily Mail Australia that she keeps her white bull terrier away from the cameras for fear he will be poisoned.
Since her public dismissal, Ms Marsh’s phone has exploded with hundreds of hateful messages, with some people blaming her for ‘the reason they can’t get into the real estate market’.
The former estate agent claimed she had been ‘inundated with job offers’ following the publicity of her very public dismissal, but insisted she would not turn to adult site OnlyFans because there was “too much goosebumps”.
As well as job offers, Ms Marsh has been inundated with hate mail, including death threats, with some people blaming her for “why they can’t get into the housing market”.
“Now everyone sees you for who you really are,” one post read.
“If you don’t fail, you will be forcibly shot. You disgusting asshole.
Another said, “Sucked in by you, you silly little real estate clown. »
Her extraordinary comments were originally made on her professional social media page, meaning it was obvious she was the author.
“They are a disgrace and out of place,” she wrote.
“Half of them don’t even own a house in Griffin. They’re tenants,” she added with a laughing emoji.
Ms Marsh said she was looking forward to selling the houses they were renting in another comment (pictured)
Last year, Ms Marsh was hailed as one of Southeast Queensland’s Top 40 Women in Property.
When another user suggested the tenants were ‘nobody’, Ms Marsh said ‘they’ probably ‘make $50,000 a year and envy me’.
“I pay twice their salary in taxes, or I probably pay their Centrelink salary,” she said.
She then made another comment on her personal Facebook page: “Jealousy is a curse and money controls people and emotions lol.”
“I can’t wait to sell the houses they rent hehe.”
Despite the insults to tenants, records appear to show Ms Marsh is a relatively new landlord herself, having bought her first property in March after paying around $400,000 for his Griffin unit.
Ms Marsh was dubbed ‘agent of the month’ by her former employer in January for earning $3.7 million in sales.
According to her LinkedIn bio, she has an “exceptional understanding of a client’s needs and wants” and “is keenly aware of the importance of client satisfaction.”
She also described herself as “Griffin’s #1 agent” on her personal Facebook page, which has now been deactivated, and said she was “career focused” in her Instagram bio.
Ms Marsh’s business profiles have since been removed from the company’s website and her business Facebook page has been removed.