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Season 9

6 Oct. 2016
The War of Real Estate
Newly single Josh Flagg plays mentor to a teenage buyer with an eight million dollar budget. Meanwhile, Josh Altman's domination of the Bird Streets continues when he lists a sleek hillside home of a famous punk drummer. British besties David Parnes and James Harris chase the biggest listing of their career, a $45,000,000 estate in Holmby Hills, only to find another agent standing in their way. And Madison Hildebrand returns with a hot beach-front bungalow.
13 Oct. 2016
Bye, Felicia
Josh Flagg and Josh Altman negotiate and irritate each other while James and David deal with a difficult seller.
20 Oct. 2016
Fuchsia My Life!
Josh Altman lists a home with a $2 million dollar closet, but is left hung out to dry when his client refuses every offer. Josh Flagg takes an internet mogul shopping for a fixer to flip into a multi-million dollar masterpiece. While David and James must decide how to move forward with their business.
27 Oct. 2016
Back on Market
Madison's easy beachfront sale is jeopardized by his client working with another agent. Josh Flagg lands a party pad that attracts eyes, but not offers. Josh Altman juggles two listings. Flagg takes the first step towards a new relationship.
3 Nov. 2016
Montcalm and Carry On
Josh Altman finds himself caught between his fiancé and his client in a deal. Josh Flagg refuses to give up as he struggles to attract a buyer. The Brits' partnership begins to unravel when James and David take on a sexy contemporary listing.
10 Nov. 2016
White Wedding Day
Josh and Heather prepare to say their "I dos", but first face off in a tense negotiation. Josh Flagg lists a coveted lot in the Beverly Hills flats, but when his strategy backfires, he's left scrambling to keep his client. James and David try to close the deal, and bury the hatchet.
17 Nov. 2016
Zeppo Marx the Spot
Josh Flagg lists a mid-century modern and must fight off developers looking to bulldoze the structure. Josh and Heather return home from their wedding and are up against a ticking clock to find their dream house. James and David are asked to help a developer who previously rejected them, but the emotional stakes to sell his home may prove to be too much.
1 Dec. 2016
Nightmare on Altman Street
David and James throw a party as a last ditch effort to sell their St. Ives listing, but find that agents are just looking to take advantage of their client's financial situation. Josh and Matt Altman list Wes Craven's turnkey canyon hideaway and are overwhelmed by the offers that flood in. Josh Flagg works to close a deal on his Beverly Drive listing.
1 Dec. 2016
Turn & Burn
Josh Altman battles his own client. Josh Flagg makes a big decision. Madison hustles to help a client downsize, but has trouble holding her attention. David and James suffer a series of unfortunate events.
8 Dec. 2016
Surf vs Turf
Madison goes up against David and James for a Malibu compound, but when the owner toys with the idea of teaming them all up, Madison doesn't pull any punches to try and win the listing for himself. Josh Flagg lists a Beverly Hills home that needs restoration, but the owner's exorbitant profit margin may be too big a challenge. Josh Altman risks damaging his relationship with one of his best clients and friends.
22 Dec. 2016
Co-List from Hell
Josh Flagg whisks boyfriend Bobby off to Paris to propose. Josh Altman takes on a listing with an unpredictable homeowner. Madison and the Brits continue to clash over their co-list, things get ugly when the seller returns and isn't happy with their results.
29 Dec. 2016
Best and Final
Josh Flagg pops the big question to his beau. James and David take on a home that's been on the market for over 800 days with no buyer in sight. Josh Altman struggles to find a home for an out of town buyer on a tight schedule. Madison must try to close a deal with a client who fired him, in order to land a $20 million dollar listing.

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