Larger than life property expert dies

His LinkedIn profile describes him as a "property matchmaker" and Breakfast Show host Kieno Kammies described Remax property specialist, Steven Delit, as a "larger than life personality." Kieno remembered him fondly as the property expert with the American accent.

Kieno said Delit, 72, often upset listeners with his honesty and would often tell them not to invest in a certain area, because it had no future.

Remax broker manager, Susan Watts, said Delit was never anything other than "honest and professional".

He was packed and ready to go on a cruise where he was going to meet his daughter in Venice and had a heart attack.

Susan Watts, Remax

Listen here to Watts and Kieno share their funny moments with him...


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