When Chicago house-flipper Bryan Sonn got mad, he got loud. He yelled, swore and sometimes even punched a hole in a wall if he wasn't happy with the construction on his properties.
"If I didn't like something the guys were doing, I would just take a hammer and put a hole in it and say, 'Now you have to fix it,'" Sonn tells real estate mogul Sean Conlon on the CNBC show, "The Deed: Chicago."
Conlon, the host of the series, could relate: "I used to be a lunatic. I would scream and shout at people."