Real Estate Agent Teaches How to 'Duffy' in Viral Video to Sell $45M Beach Mansion

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Is this the most outrageous way to sell a $45 million home?

Real estate agent Tim Smith tapped rappers Smoove da General and Yung of Cali Swag District to perform a spoof of their hit song "Teach Me How to Dougie" to help him sell the Newport Beach, California, mansion. 

"We were like, 'What can we do to create attention? Everybody here in Newport loves to 'Duffy,'" Smith told Inside Edition.  

The "Duffy" is an electric boat popular among the Newport Beach crowd, so Smith, with the help of Cali Swag District, adapted the "Dougie" into "Teach Me How to Duffy," creating a viral music video to promote the lavish listing. 

In the video, kids party at the oceanfront mansion, bragging about doing the "Duffy" along the harbor. 

The 14,000-square-foot mansion combines modern sleek luxury with beach-side living. It boasts a master bedroom with wraparound views of the water, while the master bath offers a steam shower, sauna, soaking tub and skylight. 

"We want to create marketing that really goes viral that everyone shares," Smith said. "Every agent all around the world that sells a lot of property knows about this house because of the video."

As for Smith, he hopes he'll soon be dancing off with the big sale. 


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