As a young agent, I have observed a certain level of skepticism amongst the “older” people in the industry toward millennials. I am hesitant to call it “disrespect,” but there is definitely a noticeable feeling of distrust aimed at less experienced agents. I have noticed this at listing appointments, open houses, and even showings with other agents who were at one point in my position. A month ago, I was “previewing a home for a client” and the seller showing the home looked at me like I was from a different planet. He immediately asked me: “how long have you been in this industry?” I wanted to respond with: “long enough to know you are a prick.” However, I didn’t want to jeopardize a potential sale so I answered accordingly. I don’t want to call myself a “millennial agent” because that word has such a negative connotation and is overused. But, as a “millennial agent,” I can tell you that where we lack in experience, we make up for in motivation and persistence. I’ll explain more later. For now, here is a list of five condescending questions younger agents get asked.