Season 1, Episode 8

Lessons Learned

Keller Williams agent Kennon Earl's new client needs his property to continue generating income while it's on the market. Kennon's plan - to repair, furnish and market the property as a vacation rental. If Kennon can market it successfully, Todd will continue to generate vital income from his home, and Kennon will get some small commissions as well. But if it sits empty, Kennon could lose a $2 million listing, and a much bigger commission check worth over $100K. Meanwhile, at Hilton & Hyland, Gary Gold's client Michael Beaudry has recently redone an incredibly gorgeous $10 million estate, which he wants to flip ASAP. If Gary can get people out to the estate and make a sale, he will earn a massive 6-figure commission. But if not, he will not only lose out on this deal, but might drop out of the running for Michael's next big flip.
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