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- Episode Guide 59 episodes
- Strategic Marketing
A realtor needs to come up with a fresh marketing idea; new agents work on their first sales in the financial district.
- Deal or No Deal
Convincing a client to spend money on staging; bringing legitimate buyers to St. Barth's.
- Creative Tactics
Marketing a small, overcrowded apartment; selling a waterfront apartment without an open house.
- Moving On
Using children and candy to sell a luxury townhouse; nostalgia hinders the sale of a childhood apartment.
- High Expectations
Mixing friends and business; repeating a fast sale.
- NYC Newbies
A client worries about buying too early; a baseball team manager and his wife need a home.
- The Best Laid Plans
Richard Steinberg hires his daughter-in-law as his assistant; a plan backfires.
- Old Listings Get Some New Life
Convincing eclectic homeowners to drastically drop their price; breathing new life into a stale listing.
- Press Worthy Properties
Marketing a unique listing; finding the annual 'Bachelor Pad of the Year.'
- Satisfaction Guaranteed
Convincing a buyer to purchase the property next door; an expensive listing.
- A Family Affair
Selling a downtown apartment with a covered view; a big family learns they must spend money to make money.
- Big Decisions and Fast Deadlines
Finding the perfect price point; holding a successful launch party.
- New Beginnings, New Homes
A publisher wants to find a home of her own; a divorcee needs an appropriate rental.
- Lucky Dogs and New York Newbies
Finding a dog-friendly apartment; a San Francisco couple is unfamiliar with New York real estate.
- Center Stage
A developing townhouse becomes a completed listing; staging a Harlem apartment.
- Youth Movement
Devising a new buyer strategy; coming up with a competitive price for a fixer-upper.
- The Big Stage
Regis Philbin learns about being a top broker in New York City; restaging and selling a Gramercy Park Hotel space.
- Trophy Property
The most expensive penthouse apartment in Brooklyn; testing a residence before a buy.
- The Right Moves
A Canadian couple wants to buy and flip a New York apartment.
- Making It Personal
Using a building's amenities to sell a gorgeous apartment; the perfect method to sell an apartment in the agent's own building.
- Moving Deadlines
An entrepreneur searches for a second home; the team must meet a tough deadline.
- Seeing is Believing
An inexperienced client's offer is outbid; scouting apartments for clients in Los Angeles.
- Sales Partners
Selling luxury oceanfront apartments in Boca Raton; open house for a Brooklyn apartment.
- Growing Pains
A couple have conflicting preferences; families search for more space in the city.
- Finders Keepers
Deborah finds a home for the 'Design Star' contestants; a transition from Bermuda to Manhattan.
- Hard Sell
Convincing clients of influence and creativity; persuading a seller to list a unique townhouse.
- All Eyes On It
A big score draws attention; marketing a two bedroom with a huge price tag.
- Above and Beyond
Finding a Fifth Avenue property that will accommodate a tortoise; indecisive clients need reassurance.
- Property Virgin
Leslie's indecisive client just happens to be her daughter's boyfriend.
- Property Values
A couple attempts to negotiate the right asking price; helping a family friend.
- Teaming With Sales
A broker calls on a colleague for help in unfamiliar territory; selling two units.
- Market the Place
Marketing a Park Avenue apartment for a nostalgic seller; an agent tries to sell a Manhattan lifestyle in Brooklyn.
- Deal or No Deal
Newlyweds must decide between renting and buying; a celebrity client waffles.
- Demanding Attention
A one-of-a-kind listing; a client's dreams of downsizing hinder her ability to commit.
- Starter Homes
Upgrading an apartment on a limited budget; a bid fails.
- Home Improvements
A large investment for renovations in order to make a quick sale; a young agent must get creative.
- Positive Change
Managing opposing visions; a mother and daughter disagree about the need for a doorman.
- Hot Property
Looking for a new agent; last-minute rental deal in the Hamptons.
- Big City Dreams
Two artist take on the Big Apple real estate.
- Launch Pad
A client wants to spend more time in Manhattan; helping a friend find a place in Los Angeles.
- Dream Homes
Brokers have a difficult time meeting the demands of a wealthy bachelor; a divorcee waffles on the offer of a lifetime.
- Real Estate, Friends & Neighbors
A broker's friend is torn between the city and the suburbs; moving into a newly purchased apartment.
- The Price Is Right
A couple leaves the sale of its townhouse to an agent so they can relocate to California.
- Getting the Buy In
Finding a buyer for a private island home; Park Avenue apartment with unseen potential.
- Smells Like a Deal
Thinking outside the box to sell two luxury apartments near a sanitation facility; a soap star's Tribeca listing.
- Developing a Deal
Michele must sell a $9-million penthouse; model suite's transformation.
- Glamour and High Business
A broker lands a Manhattan landmark and hosts a cocktail party; a new agent asks a seasoned pro for help.
- Eye of the Beholder
Shaun Osher puts his company's reputation at risk by promising a turnaround in sales.
- The Push
- Property Hunters
An agent hunts for a Brooklyn Brownstone; a woman tries to convince a friend to stop renting.
- Managing Expectations
A seller's emotional tie to her property stands in the way; a broker must teach her client about compromise.
- Location, Location, Location
A couple hopes to sell quickly and search for a larger home in the same area.
- Extra Special Spaces
Previewing a townhouse for a Hollywood client; charity event in a Soho loft.
- All in the Family
A soap star considers renting versus selling; New York vs. Conn.
- Educated Decisions
Agents search for a luxury rental unit with no budget cap; buying vs. building.
- Cooking Up a Real Estate Deal
A broker and her daughter search for the perfect multi-million dollar retreat in Conn.; educating a stubborn client.
- Setting the Stage
A fashion designer seeks a new space; Sabrina tries to persuade a lawyer to buy; Kirk calls in a high-end designer.
- Time is Money
An agent tries to convince her client that their loft is overpriced and needs to drop the price; a client is leaving the country in two days and wants to find the perfect apartment before leaving.
- The Big Event
Two NYC real estate agencies plan big events to sell their multi-million dollar properties, one event pays off right away.