In New York City the average price of a home is $2 million plus. This series gives you a glimpse into the lives of buyers, sellers and the brokers. Competition is is stiff, but these ... See full summary »
A fast-paced reality show that follows several incredibly busy and ambitious Manhattan women. Watch as they balance envious social calendars, challenging careers, and motherhood, with the hustle and bustle of the big city all around.
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In Million Dollar Listing New York, we have three men of course (no women unless there are other agents or brokers) and follow them around New York City. Fredrick is the jerk who will step on anybody else and interfere with others in the dirty game of New York City real estate. You ever wonder why Leona Helmsley was no nasty but yet generous in secret. You'll understand after watching this series. The New York City real estate business is one nasty area where millions more are at stake instead of in Los Angeles. In Manhattan, every space is a fortune. Anyway, Ryan and Michael are the two straight white men in the business. Bravo just keeps being male chauvinistic where women are relegated to the sidelines as secretaries, assistants, or other agents. New York City real estate is far nastier than you can imagine with unrealistic owners like Adriana who is a hoarder of fine clothes and Claudia who refuses to lower her asking price because she's stubborn. Just as the agents can be unpleasant, their sellers and buyers are equally the same. I thought the Los Angeles arena was bad enough but wait till you see New York.
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