Follows some of Manhattan's most relentless realtors as they close multimillion dollar deals faster than a yellow cab runs a red light.
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Ryan may be in over his head when he seeks to sell his boss' apartment along with his 400-piece art collection; Fredrik scores the biggest single-unit listing of his career; Luis referees a high-stakes negotiation between a buyer and seller.
The episode was rated 7.33 from 61 votes.
In order to set a record for his new brownstone in Park Slope, Fredrik tries to set other records at his open house. Even though Ryan's business is booming, he finds himself down in the dumps for reasons unknown. When Steve encourages a friend into selling his massive loft in Soho, he receives an offer from an unexpected source.
The episode was rated 7.30 from 115 votes.
Fredrik returns to New York to sell a West Village townhouse and catwalks his way to a potential deal with former supermodel and RHONY alum Kelly Bensimon. Ryan suits up as a lifeguard hoping to make a splash at his open house. While Tyler battles to sell the biggest listing of his career, KJ hosts a sparkling aperitivo to court interest from expats in an impeccably Italian-designed penthouse.
The episode was rated 7.30 from 40 votes.
The Big Apple brokers are back and eager to set real estate records. Ryan lists a unique $18 million townhouse with commercial space. Meanwhile, Tyler gears up to sell his biggest listing ever but must get creative after his bid for restaging falls through. Down in Chinatown, Steve snags a listing but must work to attract attention for this hidden gem with no curb appeal. Kirsten comes in hot as the new broker on the block, unafraid to battle it out with the other agents.
The episode was rated 7.28 from 39 votes.
Steve works to convince potential buyers that the only thing better than their Tribeca apartment is his listing right above it. A prominent developer is hesitant about giving Ryan a building in Chelsea...but not about embarrassing him at a birthday party. Downtown, Fredrik continues to forge a bond with the East Village and its residents...particularly his driver, Alberto.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 127 votes.
A seller makes a demand that Ryan remove his team member from a $25 million Tribeca listing. Steve may have to break one of his rules when he gets a chance to sell a big-bucks SoHo penthouse. Fredrik and Ryan reconnect with Luis D. Ortiz.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 127 votes.
Fredrik is introduced to the Ali Forney Center and is inspired to find a new shelter for homeless LGBTQ+ teens. When the search leads to a spectacular townhouse with historic roots, Fredrik pulls out all his negotiating tricks to land the deal. Tyler campaigns hard to sell an Upper West Side townhouse by banking on some personal ties. Struggling to get traction on her 95th Street development, KJ enlists the help of her younger brother Alex, in the hopes of attracting younger buyers.
The episode was rated 7.26 from 27 votes.
Tyler heads to Harlem to sell a huge family home. Kemba and Tyler throw a psychic-themed Open House. Ryan sets up tours which feature a Lamborghini. Steve invites New York City socialite Dorinda Medley to help spread the word about Wiltsie.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 29 votes.
The episode was rated 7.22 from 59 votes.
Fredrik and his husband, Derek, surprise Ryan's fiancée, Emilia, with a provocative request; it's a race to the finish line with Ryan's Russian buyer, Arty; Luis discovers his new listing once belonged to a famous artist.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 61 votes.
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