A much-loved real estate agent in Virginia was shot and killed in a Portsmouth home he had just sold to a displeased client, who immediately confessed to his crimes to police before turning the gun on himself on Friday.

The victim, Soren Arn-Oelschlegel had just sold the 74 Bolling Road, Portsmouth home to Albert A. Baglione, 84, of Alabama before the realtor was told to visit the property on Friday. The client reportedly had a change of mind, seemingly displeased with his purchase, the Daily Beast reported.

“Congratulations to my out-of-town buyer,” an ever-gleeful Arn-Oelschlegel would share on Facebook on Oct. 5, days before his death. “I’m so happy I was able to find him a home that fit his needs! Do you want to be a happy buyer too? Call me!”

Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegel were onsite for a final walkthrough on Oct. 8 when the cops were called on the scene just before 6 p.m. and encountered Arn-Oelschlegel, who worked for Long & Foster in Suffolk, shot dead in the home, according to WBZ NewsRadio.

Responding officers from the Virginia Police Department said that Baglione had a weapon on his hand and had confessed to fatally shooting Arn-Oelschlegel. 

The man would give his statement to the police before shutting the door as police established a secure perimeter around the area. Some moments later, members of the SWAT heard a gunshot after the man apparently took his own life using the same murder weapon. 

According to neighbors, the home was purchased just before the client was able to tour the property, WTKR noted.

"He bought the house sight unseen from Alabama, moved in here Thursday, and called a real estate agent Friday to return the house," one resident said. 

Meanwhile, another neighbor took notice of Baglione's bizarre behavior when he showed up at his new home.

"He just looked like maybe he had a mental breakdown or something. He didn't look right at all. He kept driving up and down the street all day," they said.

Arn-Oelschlegel, who was hailed the top realtor in his office in July, is being remembered for his "magnetic personality" and was deeply involved in the local LGBTQ community, Hampton Roads Pride, after volunteering for the non-profit group for more than a decade.

"He always had tons of energy. I never saw him not smiling, laughing, and wanting to have fun. He worked hard, played hard," said Rudy Almanzor, the president of Hampton Roads Pride. "We are here to build up the community, and one of our building blocks is missing."

Hampton Roads Pride will hold a memorial service set for this week to honor Arn-Oelschlegel.

Soren Arn-Oelschlegel Baglione and Arn-Oelschlegel were onsite for a final walkthrough on Oct. 8 when the cops were called on the scene just before 6 p.m. and encountered Arn-Oelschlegel, who worked for Long & Foster in Suffolk, shot dead in the home. Soren Arn-Oelschlegel, Realtor/Facebook